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  • Before replacing tires, a thorough assessment is conducted to evaluate the condition of the existing tires. This includes checking for tread wear, sidewall damage, bulges, and any other signs of wear or structural issues.


  • New transmissions typically come with a manufacturer's warranty. This warranty provides a level of assurance regarding the quality and durability of the transmission. Warranties can vary in terms of duration and coverage, so it's essential to check the specific terms.

Selecting New Tires:

  • Since new transmissions are made with the latest technology and adhere to the manufacturer's specifications, they are expected to offer optimal reliability and performance. They are designed to function seamlessly with the rest of the vehicle's components.

 Removing Old Tires:

  • With the tires removed, the mechanic inspects the wheels or rims for any damage, corrosion, or issues that may affect the installation of new tires.

 Inspecting Wheels/Rims:

  • The new tires are mounted onto the wheels. This involves aligning the tire beads with the wheel rims. Lubrication may be applied to ease the mounting process.

Mounting New Tires:

  • Once the new tires are mounted, the wheel and tire assemblies are balanced using weights. Balancing ensures even weight distribution and prevents vibrations during driving.

Balancing Tires:

  • The new tires are inflated to the recommended pressure specified by the vehicle manufacturer. Proper inflation is crucial for safety, fuel efficiency, and tire performance.

Inflating Tires:

  • After a short period, the mechanic may recheck the torque on the lug nuts to ensure that they are properly tightened.

Tightening Lug Nuts:

  • After a short period, the mechanic may recheck the torque on the lug nuts to ensure that they are properly tightened.

Torque Verification:

  • Alignment Check: It's common to perform a wheel alignment check after tire replacement to ensure that the wheels are properly aligned. Misaligned wheels can lead to uneven tire wear and affect vehicle handling.

  • Tire Rotation: If not done as part of the replacement process, tire rotation may be recommended to promote even tire wear.

  • Proper Disposal of Old Tires: Many tire shops and automotive service centers responsibly dispose of old tires, recycling them or using proper disposal methods.

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