Wyatt's Tire Co. is a leader in the commercial tire retread industry. We serve Oregon and Washington commercial fleets and dealers, offering high quality precure treads in a wide variety of tread designs at reasonable prices. Our retreading technicians have years of experience and our facility promotes quality and efficiency. Maximum casing retreadability is what we give each and every customer. We use Oregon Tread Rubber procured tire treads.
When you're around Eugene, OR, Springfield, OR, Junction City, OR, give us a visit. We take the time to do the necessary hard work involved where feasible and within safety limits to utilize our customers' casings.
The process of recovering a worn casing not only saves landfills but also provides customers with a cost per mile savings over buying a new tire. The process of retreading also only uses two to three gallons of oil as opposed to the seven to eight gallons used to make new tires--making retreading a green option for the environmentally conscious consumer. Start getting more for your money and contact us online or call us at (541)-344-3218 to handle your retreading needs.
Recapping vs. Regrooving vs. Retreading
Purchasing a new set of tires is the number one maintenance cost when operating a commercial fleet. When a tire seems worn and ready for the scrap pile, be sure to check the condition of the casing, because tire retreading services may be able to extend the useful life of that tire.
How To Tell If It’s Time to Retread Your Tires
Have you noticed your tires spinning when pulling out from a stop, or a loss of traction while driving? These problems are likely due to poor treading. Driving on tires with low tread depth is dangerous, and can lead to a blowout or an accident. While new tires may not be in your budget, retreading is an affordable alternative.
When your tire's tread is worn down to the wearbar, don't assume they will have to be discarded. Tire casings can generally have up to 2 lives, even though their tread may be worn past its usefulness. Most major tire companies would agree that a tire should be pulled for retreading when it reaches 6/32nds tread depth in order to maximize the casing life of the tire.
Our Tire Retread Process
Our experienced technicians will do the following:
The result is a tire every bit as effective as a brand new tire.
At Wyatt's Tire Co., we have developed a reputation for excellent customer service and quality work at an honest price. Our staff of personable, experienced technicians will have your tires performing again in no time.