At 713 Used Tires in Houston, Our good used tires have tread count ranging from 50% to 75%. Our used tires are inspected and selected from the supplier using state of the art equipment for your safety and satisfaction. We Have good used truck tires, Good Used Tires, New Tires, Used trailer tires, Good Used truck tires, Good Used Mud tires & Good Used Passenger Tires. We have a wide range of brand name tires to satisfy every need: Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, BF Goodrich, to name just a few. We carry every tire size, every day: 13,14,15,16,17,18,19, 20,21,22 and 24 inch are 713 Used Tires In Houston always in stock. Used tires always starting at $39.00 and up. Balancing and Mounting included. Call us to inquire about your tire size. We buy only carefully screened used tires to ensure your safety. 713 Used Tire offers inexpensive tire replacement alternatives that saves you money! Our family has been in the used tire business for over 25 years. We have become Houston Texas’ largest supplier of inspected, pressure tested, quality used tires.We also carry a selection of new tires. We have thousands of used tires in stock and ready for any car, light truck or van. We also carry a selection new tires. With our expert staff and state-of-the-art facility, we can meet all of your tire needs!
We sell used passenger tire that have been carefully inspected and repaired.
Passenger tires are among the most cost-effective tire types available. M
- Higher profiles (80, 75, 70, or 65 series) for smoother ride and longer wear, Lasting longer than low profile tires
- Lower speed ratings (Q, S, and T) with a harder, longer wearing compound
- All-season tread designs for year round wet, dry and snow traction
- Tread patterns that emphasize high ride comfort and low noise
- White or black sidewall finish
- Tread wear guarantees ranging from 30,000 to 85,000 miles or more
713 Used Tires In Houston is located in Southwest Houston Texas.
Then there’s another kind of bubble which you can feel or even see if you inspect properly. It comes from hitting holes, messed up belts and driving with low tires. The tire in unsafe and what causes the bubble is air pressure that pushes it out making it swell.