I offered advice. You never answered. To repeat my post of a few days
"How much tread is there on the fronts anyway? You may be worried about
"Place a penny in the tread with the top of Lincoln's head pointing into
the tread. Check at various places, and see how much of Lincoln's head
shows. Does the tread come up to the top of his hair? The top of his
forehead? His eyebrows? The end of his nose?"
You have no way of knowing what condition his tires are in without
seeing them. You don't know how many miles a year he puts on the
vehicle, You don't know where he is located, you dont know if he
maintains the air pressure correctly or not. In short, you don't know
anything about his situation other than the little bit he mentioned in
the OP. Ask some questions or stifle yourself. :^)
On 6/5/2009 4:29 AM Brian Smith spake these words of knowledge:
Further, there's nothing wrong with being cheap. It is not the same as
being foolish, although cheaping out in the wrong places is one of the
ways of being foolish.
To the OP: what would you do with those tires if your daughter were
driving the car? That's how I would make the decision.
"Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art.... It has no
survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to
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