Usedtires.com Now Selling Online Direct

Deerfield-Beach,Fl-Usedtires.com The industry leader in used tires wholesale and export is now selling used tires online. You can now find us on Ebay and Facebook Marketplace . Please be paient as our web designers are getting usedtires.com site set up for direct eCommerce. You can buy with confidence over thirty years of experience in the used tire industry.

Facebook Marketplace a few of our current UHP listings.
2 Nice Conti 285-35-ZR-19
$250
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Rims
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Pair Of Quality Used Tires-Used 275-40-21
$300 · In Stock
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275-45-21 Used Tires-Michelin
$299 · In Stock
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2-265-30-20 USED TIRES
$300 · In Stock
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Nice Pair of high tread used tires 255-40-19
$250
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Rims
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Nice pair of Conti’s 285-35-19
$250 · In Stock
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TIRE SAFETY 101-WHEN BUYING ANY USED CAR CHECK THE TIRES DRY ROT-BUYING USED TIRES IS EASY KNOW WHAT TO LOOK FOR

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AS THE ECONOMY HAS WORSENED UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND COVID -19THERE IS ONE INDUSTRY HAS BOOMED THE USED TIRE INDUSTRY. THE SALE OF USED TIRES IS SOMETHING THAT HAS TAKEN PLACE WORLDWIDE SINCE THE ADVENT OF THE PNEUMATIC TIRE. ONE PERSON CHANGES A SET OR A PAIR AND DIGARDS THE OLD TIRES. tHE OLD TIRES THEN AFTER PROPER INSPECTION BY A TIRE EXPERT ARE INSPECTED AND REPAIRED IF NEEDED tHEN THIS TIRE GOES INTO THE USED TIRE MARKETPLACE. TODAY YOU CAN BY ONLINE OR ATA BRICK AND MORTAR TIRE SHOP. USED TIRES ARE SIOLD WORLDWIDE THE MARKET IS HUGE AND DEMAND FOR GOOD USED TIRES IS HIGH.
AS WITH ANY USED PRODUCT A USED CAR OR A USED TIRE SHOULD ALWAYS BE PROPERLY INSPECTED FOR IMPERFECTIONS.

BUYING A USED TIRE OR A USED CAR CHECK FOR DRY ROT

What is dry rot?
Also known as sidewall cracking, dry rot is a specific type of tire decay that can occur as a tire ages or is consistently exposed to harmful substances and kept in inappropriate conditions. Advanced dry rot can cause small cracks on the outside edges of your tire tread. If this happens it could have a negative impact on your car’s handling, even if your tread still has adequate depth overall.

Though it might appear similar, dry rot tires are by no means considered blemished tires. Blem tires do have imperfections but they are only cosmetic – which means they do not affect tire performance in any way. You can learn more about blemished tires in another blog post.

Tires degrade over time because the rubber loses its protective resin. The resin protects the tire from oxidizing and drying out. When the tire loses these protective properties, it becomes frail and begins to crack.

What causes dry rot?
The most common cause of dry rot is a long period of inactivity. If a vehicle is stationary for a long period of time, the tires will start to dry out. Tires are intended for frequent use by their design, the aforementioned resins mean the tires to be in continual use for them to release their protective oils and keep the tire from drying out. So, the longer your car is sitting in one place, the danger of dry rot becomes more likely.

dry Tires in a desert
Tires in a desert (probably really dry).
As climate and exposure to the sun are big factors in the appearance of dry rot, the danger is that much greater if your vehicle is parked outside for an extended period of time, exposed to the elements. To cover all the bases, here’s a list of all the factors that may contribute to dry rot:

Excessive or direct sunlight that exposes the tires to harmful UV rays
Long term exposure to high temperatures
Long term exposure to low temperatures
Exposure to chemicals such as motor oils, industrial cleaning solutions, pool maintenance chemicals, etc.
Underinflation, especially when the car is driven regularly
Ozone generated by electrical equipment
Extended periods of vehicle inactivity, especially when combined with any of the above
How to spot dry rot?
Dry rot manifests itself in a couple of ways. A new, healthy tire has a smooth appearance while the most common sign of dry rot is cracking. As mentioned, dry rot dries the tire, so if your tires have been struck by dry rot, you may notice pieces of the rubber chipping away from the tire. Cracks on the sidewall might start appearing. The tire may start to lose color, appearing more gray than black, and this is a clear sign that the dry rot is starting to take hold.

Tire Dry Rot
Dry rot tire.
Cracks on the outside of the tread may also appear. The cracks on the tread are the most dangerous symptom of dry rot, as they affect the vehicle’s handling. These cracks could be large and noticeable or thin and more subtle, depending on the degree of the dry rot.

Is it safe to drive with dry rot tires?
The smartest course of action is to not tempt fate and have dry rotted tires switched out immediately upon noticing the issue. Since cracks appear due to dry rot, the tire can lose air through these cracks. If these tires are then consistently driven on, the cracks start to grow larger and deeper.

If the crack goes deep enough to reach the nylon strands that are woven into the tire to support the weight of the vehicle, the heat accumulated through driving will enlarge the tire and it may break apart while you are on the highway.

How to prevent dry rot?
The factors that cause dry rot can be curbed by taking a few preventative measures. The industry standard is to swap out tires before they get to be 10 years of age (some tire companies recommend replacement as early as six years after manufacture). Don’t skimp when purchasing new tires, go for the highest quality tires you can afford when replacing an old set of tires. When purchasing, choose tires based on speed rating and tread wear strength.

Even if you have no need for it, drive your car regularly, avoid letting a car sit unused for a long period of time, and especially avoid letting your car sit in harsh environmental conditions for those extended periods. Pay special attention to your tires if you live in a part of the world that experiences all four seasons. The shifting between hot and cold temperatures accelerates the aging process in tires, especially if the shifts in temperature come rapidly. If you happen to live somewhere with extreme temperatures (winter or summer) then it’s a good idea to check your tires for signs of dry rot more often.

Keep your car in a climate-controlled garage to reduce the chances of dry rot. If you do park in a garage, keep chemical solutions, heaters, and electrical equipment away from your car. If you must park outside, pay attention to the weather. Cover your entire car or use tire covers to minimize the effects of temperature fluctuations.

Check air pressure as often as you can. Underinflated tires can collapse and crease the sidewall of the tire. Older tires are more likely to crack, collapse or develop dry rot if driven while underinflated. According to a study by the NHTSA, 14% of all passenger vehicles in the U.S. have at least one underinflated tire. You can also utilize protective tire sealants. They can renew the shine of a new tire and also protect the tire from harmful UV rays that can lead to cracking and dry rot.

WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH USED TIRES WHEN THEY NEED TO BE RECYCLED-USED TIRE RECYCLING-TIRE BALING OR TYRE BALING


Used tire News-Usedtires.com -Deerfield Beach, Fl-In the last ten years a new way to recycle tires was born. Tire baling gives tire recyclers and used tire sellers a way to ship tires for disposal overseas cheaper by compacting them. Used Tire baling is a huge part of the tire recycling industry today. In the US we dispose of over 300 million scrap tires a year. Many can be reused and are sold as used tires. Used Tires provide consumers an alternative to buying high priced new tires. Every used tire sold at least saves the dumps or cement kilns from disposing of the carcass temporarily. Reuse Reduce Recycle, buy used tires.

Gradeall International – a renowned supplier of tyre bailing and tyre recycling technology from Northern Ireland – reports that its MK2 tyre baler has been a successful product for the company and its clients. In production for over 10 years, the MK2 tyre baler has found customers across the globe.

Challenges with end-of-life tyre bales
One thing some customers have found during the baling process is that regular PAS108 tyre bales are slow and laborious to load into a shipping container. While PAS108 bales are great for civil engineering applications the usage bales for construction has been rather limited bringing into question the need to produce bales to that specific size.

The actual bale size is not really important to tyre recycling plants, the MK3 tyre baler has been specifically designed to make bales that fit into shipping containers to make transporting tyre bales to recycling plants as straightforward and as efficient as possible.

Gradeall MK3 Tyre Baler in action | Photos by Gradeall International.

Tyre bales are transported via shipping container to a tyre recycling plant. With a standard PAS108 bale, it requires 3 bales to be stacked on top of each other and one bale loaded in beside it vertically. It is turning the 4th bale vertically that significantly adds time to the container loading and unloading process.

The MK3 tyre baler is the solution, it produces tyre bales specifically to go into the width of a standard shipping container, with ample space to spare to ensure bales are also easy to remove.

Benefits of the Gradeall MK3 Tyre Baler
Reduce 40-foot container loading times from 1 hour, to 20 minutes
20-22 MK3 tyre bales in a container, compared with 33 MK2 tyre bales.
Produce bales containing 130-140 tyres per bale, compared with the 85-90 tyres possible in a MK2 tyre baler.
Bales typically weigh 1200 kg
Container loading/unloading is easier, quicker, and safer
If you are at full capacity with a MK2 tyre baler, a MK3 baler will help you upscale your tyre baling operations.

Gradeall MK3 Tyre Baler in action | Video by Gradeall International.

Gradeall says it has had several MK3 tyre balers at a number of sites undergoing extensive testing for over 2 years now. With customers of the baler extremely pleased with the reliability, durability and improved efficiency that comes with the baler. It reduces bale wire costs, shipping, and handling costs. All with the same ease of use and longevity the MK2 tyre baler has been known for.

The increased speed at which the MK3 tyre baler can produce bales has also opened up the avenue for a conveyor to feed tyres to this baler to minimise time lost due to operators searching for more tyres.

To learn more about the technical specifications of MK3 tyre baler and inquire for price, please proceed to Gradeall’s website.

Used Tire News- Tire Recycling- Bicycle Tires


Used Tire News-Deerfield beach,Fl-Usedtires.com- Recycling bicycle tires. F

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From weibold.com-

Leading bicycle distributor links up with tube and tyre recycling company in the UK
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NOVEMBER 13, 2020

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The e-magazine Cycle Industry News reports that Madison – one of the UK’s leading bicycle parts and accessories distributors – had linked up with national tube and tyre recycling company Velorim in a bid to offer its retailers a channel to dispose of end-of-life tyres and rubber waste.

The magazine says that with the legislation on scrapping bicycle tyres now caught up with the same rules applicable to car tyres. Velorim set out to assist retailers in disposing of their waste.

Participating bike stores, workshops, hire schemes and cycle refurbishment centres can all now become local collection points. The rubber collected will be reprocessed into new materials, or re-used in other ways, with zero going to landfill and none exported. At present, the majority of the 30,500,000 used tyres and 152,500,000 tubes end up in landfill each year.

Those opting to take part will be asked to collect enough product to fill either a tyre cage (100 x 120 cm), a tyre bag for those with less space, or a tube box (30cm x 40cm x 50cm). Valves must be cut out of tubes prior to shipping. A tyre recycling cage will hold around 180 tyres, a bag around 25 tyres and a carboard box around 160 inner tubes.

For shops and workshops involved in the scheme there is an initial set up fee of £65 for tyre cages and £10 for tyre bags or inner tube boxes. Thereafter there are collection fees for the tyres and inner tubes to be recycled, which are as follows:

£90 per tyre cage collection
£16.50 per tyre bag collection
£20 per tube box collection
According to the magazine, shops needn’t foot the bill entirely though, reminds Velorim, which says that a small levy on customers asking for waste disposal is entirely acceptable.

Russ Taylor about Velorim | Video by Aston University.

“You can charge consumers an amount, for example: 50p per tyre and 20p per inner tube to recycle these with your businesses, or you can encourage consumers to buy a new tyre or inner tube in store and include the costs of recycling as part of the purchase,” says the firm.

Shops are able to request point of sale and merchandising materials ranging A5 information leaflets, an eco-banner, an A4 Strut Card or a dump bin for the tyres to be collected in for instore.

Unfortunately tubes that carry sealant or have multiple repair patches adorned can not be recycled.

Velorim notes that collections can be arranged by email at support@velorim.co.uk. Dealers can find a view and download a full list of FAQs by logging into Madison B2B and here.

Article: courtesy of Cycling Industry News.
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WHO ARE THESE CLOWNS AT USTMA AND WHY ARE THEY SCARED OF USED TIRES BEING SOLD?


Used Tire news-For decades under different names and in different countries worldwide the new tire makers association has been spreading half-truths and outright lies about the used tire industry. The new tire makers have not figured out used tires are not going anywhere and we will continue to expand our markets.
Used tire sales are up and on the increase worldwide. Almost all developed countries are generators of used tires. most are also importers and exporters of used tires.
From the US, Canada to Germany, Japan, South Korea, and China as well as almost all of western Europe are exporters of used tires. used tires circle the globe in both export and import markets. even the countries that have bans on them still get them and resell them.

USTMA-

VISION
To be the premier advocate, trusted voice, and thought leader for the U.S. tire manufacturing industry. Advancing safe, sustainable mobility for the future.

OUR PILLARS

Safety
Safety is the tire industry’s top priority. We are committed to making tires that make driving easier, safer, smarter and more sustainable. Tire manufacturers are in constant pursuit of excellence by inventing new ways to design and engineer tires. Tires today are much safer and better performing than the tires from a few decades ago. The most recent government data analysis showed tire-related crashes decreased by over 50% between 2007 and 2010.

Sustainability
From environmental stewardship to workplace safety to corporate social responsibility, USTMA members are committed to continuous improvement. USTMA members have reduced energy use and greenhouse gas emissions and are incorporating sustainable and biogenic materials in tire manufacturing. USTMA is a leader in advocating strong scrap tire laws that have reduced stockpiled tires by 93% nationwide while nearly 90% of scrap tires are consumed in end use markets.

Economy
Tire manufacturing helps keep the American economy moving. U.S. tire makers employ nearly 100,000 people in our country, including factory workers and highly skilled scientists, engineers and others. Tires are always in demand, which makes tire manufacturing the kind of steady, robust industry our communities can count on in this changing economy.

Innovation
Tires are the only part of a car that touches the road and that connection is critically important to keeping the American economy moving and the driving public safe. The tire manufacturing industry has invested billions of dollars in improving tires so they are significantly safer and more sustainable than just a few decades ago – and they’re only getting better.

OUR MEMBERS

LEADERSHIP

ANNE FORRISTALL LUKE
President & CEO
U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association
Bio

STEVE MCCLELLAN
Chairman of U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association;
President, Americas
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Bio

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Sell Used Tires-Protecting Your Website Is More Than Just A SSL Certificate-Have A Malware Clean-Up Plan Too

Used Tire News-Deerfield Beach, Fl-As many site owners have SSL-secured websites they should think about malware and hack recovery plans for your websites, too. Usedtires.com like many websites had recently suffered from malware-hack.We found it was necessary to use Godaddy.com’s “Securi” in order to restore our site and have the malware installed removed.usedtires.com was not online for nearly 3 days the longest time frame since 1997 when we went online.Usedtires.com the used tire experts and authority and online leader in used tires worldwide.

The Biggest Used Tire Market Is Still The USA


Used Tires News-Deerfield Beach, Fl-Contrary to the cold calculated ruthless attempts by the new tire makers and their trade association, used tires from the USA lead worldwide sales. in every category of used tire sales from retail, brick, and mortar to retail online used tire sales and exports. Used tire sellers from the USA sold over 40 million units in the year ended 2017, many more than USTMA estimates.
As we have written about before just do a simple Google search for used tires you will get a return of over 906 million possibilities that is a reflection of how many people have searched that term. Used tires for sale, used tire, used tires near me also turn up high volume search results in many search engines as they are keywords pertinent to used tires. Follow us on Facebook for the latest in Used Tire News.

Highest Form of Tire Recycling Reuse Selling Used Tires

Used Tire News-Deerfield Beach,Fl-For decades while the US was trying to get a handle on its scrap tire problem, the EPA always documented used tire sales as the highest form, reuse of a scrap tire. The US discarded over 300 million scrap tires last year 2017. That said an estimated 40 million used tires were sold in the USA. Used Tire shops coast to coast, as well as online retailers, are selling used tires in record numbers.used tires for sale, just do a quick Google search or for used tires over 40 million results come back. Including those businesses that use Google AdWords and have the keywords used tires or used tires for sale, listed. Used tire dealers are becoming more tech-savvy with most having their own websites and social media pages.
Usedtires.com the internet authority on used tires and used tires for sale.

Used Tire Dealers Need SSL Protection For Their Websites Whether Or Not they Do E-Commerce

Used Tires news-Deerfield Beach, Fl-As Google gets ready to penalize non SSL websites.that is sites that have URL’s with HTTP and not HTTPS.
Search as everyone knows is vital to a website’s traffic. appearing on page one for your keywords like used tire, used tires, used tires for sale are important.
Still, time to get your SSL certificate and maintain your websites SERP ranking.

From Godaddy.com-An SSL Certificate is like a digital passport that confirms the holder’s credentials for conducting business on the Internet. When Web users send information such as their names, addresses and credit card numbers to a website secured with an SSL Certificate, the user’s browser validates the recipient’s digital certificate before establishing an encrypted connection. This process protects information from outside viewing as it flows both to and from the certificate holder’s website.

In May of 2004, GoDaddy started selling SSL Certificates for a fraction of the price that other companies were charging. Since then, GoDaddy has become the #1 provider of net new SSL Certificates according to Netcraft (and prices are still only a fraction of what the competition charges).

The disparity in prices is amazing, particularly because all of GoDaddy’s SSLs offer the same level of encryption and browser recognition. Plus, all GoDaddy SSL Certificates support an unlimited number of servers while most other companies’ certificates support only one server.

GoDaddy also offers other certificate services: Certified Domains verify the identity of a website’s owner and reassure visitors that the site is not fraudulent, and Code Signing Certificates protect software code from being copied or altered.

GoDaddy’s business controls and practices have been thoroughly reviewed by an independent accountant to ensure they conform to the international AICPA/CICA WebTrust for Certification Authorities Principles and Criteria.

According to WebTrust, “A WebTrust attestation engagement focuses on risk areas related to e-commerce activities and the appropriate policies and controls to manage those risks to the benefit of both the entity and the entity’s customers. The end result is a more robust and secure system.” The WebTrust review process, sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, culminated in GoDaddy’s receipt of a WebTrust Seal of Assurance for Certification Authorities. WebTrust’s distinctive seal of assurance displays on the GoDaddy website. All supporting documentation for GoDaddy’s SSL Certificates can be found online in the SSL repository.