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In order to extend the useful lifespan of a used or worn tire, many manufacturers will choose to put them through a retreading process in which the worn tread is buffed away and a new rubber tread is applied to the tire casing. Because retread tires are often less expensive than new tires, they are often used in large scale commercial applications such as trucking and commercial aviation. Retread tire manufacturers will often need to purchase specialized equipment and supplies to use in the retreading process and will often purchase them from a discount dealer because of the discount prices they may receive on large purchases.
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Taylor Tire Treading Co Write review for this local business
2101 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46218
(317) 634-9476  
Rudy's Auto Service & Towing Write review for this local business
Hammond, IN 46327
(219) 852-4126  
Goodyear Tires Write review for this local business
1111 Willow St, Vincennes, IN 47591
(812) 885-2100  
Goodyear Tires Write review for this local business
5911 Pearl Dr, Evansville, IN 47712
(812) 465-6767  
Goodyear Tires Write review for this local business
400 NW 4th St, Evansville, IN 47708
(812) 465-5566  
Goodyear Tires Write review for this local business
1108 N Fares Ave, Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 465-5555  
Raben Tire Co Write review for this local business
1400 N Green St, Henderson, KY 42420
(270) 827-5400  
Goodyear Tires Write review for this local business
8000 W State Route 66, Newburgh, IN 47630
(812) 853-7030  
Raben Tire Co., Inc Write review for this local business
2100 N New York Ave, Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 465-5565  
AAA Tires Write review for this local business
501 N Duke St, Peru, IN 46970
(765) 475-0433  
National Able Network Write review for this local business
3737 N Meridian St Ste 404, Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 396-7800  
Raber's Wheel & Buggy Works Write review for this local business
7226 E 300 N, Montgomery, IN 47558
(812) 486-2786  
When wondering how to choose a tire retreading repair equipment surplus company, consider what type of tire you need, whether for aviation, commercial, industrial, automotive, trucking, or bus transportation purposes. Keep in mind that retreading and repair mechanics use specials tools, materials, machines, and equipment to recap, retread and repair rubber tires, as well as provide adjustments on traction, braking, steer mechanisms, and other systems. Such mechanics often get their supply and stock from surplus suppliersContact a few different tire retreading repair equipment supplies companies to get more information on product offerings, company history and price ranges. Look for companies or manufacturers if you need to purchase tires in bulk at a cheap discount. Companies may provide shipping, delivery and set up of the product. Visit some shops to inspect the process and learn more about the specific style and type of tire or tread you need, whether specialty or standard. Get estimates from a variety of providers on the supply you need. Estimates will help you choose based on who can offer the best deal. Tires are essential to steering a vehicle, and for proper braking and traction, so be sure to keep up with the maintenance of your tires and wheels over their lifespan. If getting your tires repaired, inquire what the auto shop's specialty is, whether you need recap services, buffer and casing work, safety inspection, tire repair, or refurbished tires. Ask whether the company is part of a local, national or international entity, with any environmental programs featuring proper recycling of tires. Tires, along with retread services, can get expensive even at the surplus level, so come up with a budget and stick to it. You may find that purchasing new or even gently used tires may be best, as opposed to repair.