On close examination I have discovered a variety of manufacture dates, the oldest being 2007, that’s 9 years old! You can find the age on the side of your tyre in a 4 digit number, e.g. 4907. This means the 49th week of 2007.
This essential item for your 4WD has been flogged to death in the market. There is so much junk around now it’s near impossible to tell the rubbish from the reliable. So here are a few tips on selecting your next compressor and what to avoid.
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Tyres have shelf a shelf life, mine had lived a great life, but now was time to say goodbye. Join my conversation with Brendon Smith from Goodyear Autocare, Mt Barker to learn more. Read more for some pictures to view while you listen.
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We often forget tyres, they'll last forever won't they? ... well, we have some news for you. Join Chris Blakemore, Andrew Kennedy for our conversation with Brendan Smith from Goodyear Autocare in Mt Barker as we some very useful information.