laced and alignment done. I drive less than 100 miles per week and now firestone tells me I need 4 new tires plus aligment
This past Feb my dodge magnum sl4 was hit in accident front right side.
Axle broken and new one replaced: alignment done, new tire,etc at big car
dealer place. Back drivers tire went flat now large tire co says I need new
alignment, plus 4 tires, back tire was so bad it bubbled bad inside. I drive
less than 100 miles per week only, isn't this too soon to be repairing and
buying new tires (2 were brand new from firestone)?
Ok, I need more details, so the 2 front tires were new, replaced in Feb., the rear ones were older and not replaced? Was the bubbling a defect, being old? If that is the case, you should replace the rear tires with new ones too. What are the condition of the front tires? Did they wear abnormally? You should have about 3-4K miles on the truck since the new tires, correct?
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