jkv45 (Regular) View all posts in this topic  
Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:31 pm
Good to hear!        

Glad you have taken a course and have all your gear.

When it's time for tires, search around. There are often less expensive and better options than exact OEM replacements.

After 4 to 5 years a cycle tire should be replaced, no matter how many miles or how much tread is left. The production date on a tire is on the sidewall in an oval. It's 4 numbers like "2610". The first 2 numbers are the week of the year (26th week), the second are the last digits of the year (2010). Just something to check so you know.

Occasionally there will be "new" tires that aren't very new at all, so it's good to read the date and know exactly what you have.

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