Simple Tire has been my go to place for several years now and I can assure you they have only sold me great tires each time!!
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23 SimpleTire reviews
Tires are better than then I anticipated ,they run smooth and are very good in wet driving .However with only driving one month I hope that they perform Well for most of the 60 thousand mile guarantee .
My experience with simply tire. The transaction was easy the shipping was fast and I loved it was free shipping and the tires looked good. I had the tires installed roughly 2 weeks ago and been having some issues with them. I just recently took the vehicle back with the tires on it to the local shop that installed them originally and had them re balance the tires. For some reason i don't know if the tires are cheaply made or poor quality or poor quality in quality control but I have been experiencing a wheel hop. The local shop told me the vehicle looks great no issues with ball joints bearing alignment or an of the sort but they did find that one or two of the tires had a higher than they'd like to see in a road balance which came to be one almost 30% and one actually did test to be 30%. After getting the tires rebalanced the wheel hop still continues. I was going to give it another week to see if the issue resolves by the tires being used and heating up by driving but I saw the email and decided to let you know truly how my experience is going. I look forward to hearing from you and letting me know what you think the issue is and maybe help my resolve the tire problem.
Did not give a winter rating because i live in south Texas and we have no real winter. Tire have been great.
Ride ,handling was of my new tires has been amazing experience thank you foe the quick delivery of the tires
Not a bad tire. It's not a Michelin but you get what you pay for.
Installed on my 2001 Toyota Tacoma to replace Michelins (to save money). These look like the Michelins but sidewalls or the treads (or both) are much stiffer. I run these at 28 lbs and they are still jarringly stiff. They might work well on a much heavier vehicle, but if you want a quiet supple tire that handles well and lasts, buy Michelin--the only true radial.