that's because you either haven't done any homework, or because you're
shopping for the cheap crap.
no, the "u.s." branded tire, made in china, is sold at exactly the same
price as it was when it was made here.
just like your chinese made toothpaste and tooth brush costs exactly the
same now its made in china as it did made here.
seriously - this is just a fabulous win-win for our political and
corporate masters! get rid of the unions and corporate pension
obligations, thus changing the political landscape - and make more money!!!
Well, that leads back to an actual Honda question. My old 91 Accord,
I'm still figuring out whether to keep it going - well, it's going
fine but has all these minor problems and looks like shit.
Anyway, it needs tires. I only drive it around 6000 miles per year,
and not much of that is high speed. So I really don't need tires that
will last 60,000 miles, nor high performance ones. I think that I
really do just need cheap crap as long as they're safe.
So, for 185 70R14, what would you recommend? I'm thinking of just
going to the local junkyards and looking for a set of decent used
It does a GREAT job filtering out the gold diggers. No on would think
I was really a rich guy. Well, rich in those non-monetary things in
I'll take a look and see what they junkyards are offering. I think the
date on the tire is pretty important?
You can find local installers on their web site. They ship directly
to them....and you pay the installer for the mounting and balancing.
I've used them twice....a lot of reviews and ratings for all kinds of
tires, including cumulative total miles driven from all reviews (some
of the more popular tires ratings are in the millions of miles).
If anything, it's good for reading ratings and comparison price
shopping, even if you buy elsewhere.
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