Buying a used vehicle with good tires on it is something I've never been able to do in my life! lol The Dakota, both Mustangs and the Ram all needed new tires as they came off the lot.More bang for the buck getting a Rubicon take off. No one seems to be paying much for them.
The AWD Subaru required regular rotations even daily driving. Sadly, most of the time it was just going up and down I-25 with traffic. Not a lot of opportunities for spirited driving. The tires were just soft and eaten up quickly. The last set I put on her were all seasons... terrible. But they may last the new owner 35k miles. (He's much more aggressive than I was from his stories.)
the last two vehicles I traded in had almost new tires on them. the last one I had just changed out 5 months before I traded it in.Buying a used vehicle with good tires on it is something I've never been able to do in my life! lol The Dakota, both Mustangs and the Ram all needed new tires as they came off the lot.
Right now my struggle is waiting until lunch to eat something... You've just made a Chick-fil-A run that much more tempting... those little chicken biscuits are calling!I guess I have to drive to the office in SD today.
But we'll make a Chick-fil-A stop to make it worthwhile.