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Request a quote on New Tires from Mr. Nobody Tire of Gastonia NC

Use this handy form to submit your quote request:

http://www.mrnobodystire.com/tire-quote.htm

Mr. Nobody Tire is a Full Service Auto Repair & Tire shop serving North Carolina, Charlotte, Belmont, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Cramerton, Dallas, Gaston County, City of Gastonia, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Ranlo, Stanley, Kings Mountain, Shelby from Gaston County since 1964.

Mr Nobody Tire has TWO locations in Gastonia NC.:

Location #1:
Mr Nobody Tire Service @ 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC.
Ph: (704) 868-3601

Location #2:
Mr Nobody Tire Service @ 501 E Long Ave., Gastonia, NC.
Ph: (704) 866-9441

Visit our website at: www.MrNobodysTire.com
Schedule an appointment from our website!
Request a Tire Quote from our website!

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Mr Nobody Tire Service
2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054
Ph: (704) 868-3601
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NEW TIRES for upcoming Trip?
Don't be THAT guy who waits until the Thursday before Memorial Day Weekend before trying to schedule an appointment for needed preventative maintenance or NEW TIRES before your planned ROAD TRIP.

Schedule an appointment TODAY ... (yes, you)

Mr Nobody Tire has TWO locations in Gastonia NC.:

Location #1:
Mr Nobody Tire Service @ 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC.
Ph: (704) 868-3601

Location #2:
Mr Nobody Tire Service @ 501 E Long Ave., Gastonia, NC.
Ph: (704) 866-9441

Visit our website at: www.MrNobodysTire.com
Schedule an appointment from our website!
Request a Tire Quote from our website!

#tires #tiredealer #newtires #gastonia #memorialday #roadtrip
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Tire Tread Depth - Gastonia North Carolina
One of the jobs of your tire tread is to move water. The channels in the tread act as passages for water to escape from underneath the tire. The deeper the tread, the deeper the channel – and the more water that can be moved out of the way.

When enough water can't be moved from underneath the tire, the tire can ride on the water – often called hydroplaning. The tire is literally not contacting the road but rather is “floating” on the water so there is little traction and the vehicle can slide.

So somewhere between a brand new tire and a bald tire lies the point at which the tire should be replaced. Some governmental jurisdictions have minimum tread depth requirements for - others do not. So check the laws where you live to learn the legal minimum.

Tire manufacturers are required to mold a tread wear bar into the tire. This bar appears across the tread when the tire is worn down to 1.6 mm (2/32 of an inch). U.S. coins can be substituted for a tire tread depth gauge as tires wear to the critical final few 32nds of an inch of their remaining tread depth. Place a penny into several tread grooves across the tire. If part of Lincoln's head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32" of tread depth remaining.

Studies have shown, however, that there is difference in stopping distances for in wet conditions with tires that have less wear. For example, in controlled, wet conditions a vehicle with 3.18 mm (4/32 of an inch) of tread traveling at speeds was able to stop in about 26 meters (85 feet) less distance than the same car with tires with 1.6 mm (2/32 of an inch) of tread. That could easily be the difference between a safe stop and hitting the vehicle in front of you.

Drivers can gauge 3.18 mm (4/32 of an inch) by inserting a US quarter upside down into the tread. If it covers George Washington's head, you have more than 3.18 mm (4/32 of an inch) of tread.

New tires are a big ticket item for all drivers so it's natural to want to get as much value out of them as possible. Just remember that a huge part of that value is the ability to stop safely in wet conditions.

Bring your vehicle to Mr. Nobody Tire at 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. Schedule an appointment to have your tires inspected, repaired, replaced, rotated or aligned at: www.MrNobodysTire.com or call (704) 868-3601

Mr. Nobody Tire of Gastonia North Carolina is a family owned auto repair shop servicing cars and light trucks, foreign imports and domestic vehicles for the neighboring towns of Charlotte, Belmont, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Cramerton, Dallas, Gaston County, City of Gastonia, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Ranlo, Stanley, Kings Mountain, Shelby from Gaston County since 1964. We have two locations in Gastonia, visit our second location at 501 E. Long Avenue in Gastonia NC.

#tiredealer #gastoncounty #tire #alignment #wheelalignment #gastonia
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Wheel Balance for your car or light truck in Gastonia NC
Every time a wheel is first mounted onto the axle with a new tire, it has to be balanced. The goal is to make sure the weight is even around the axle.Wheel Balance equipment

Wheel balance is checked on a wheel balancing machine that can sense as little as 1/4 ounce difference in weight around the wheel. Why worry about 1/4 ounce on a wheel that weighs many pounds? That tiny amount of weight is traveling very fast around the axle: hundreds of times a minute. It creates enough momentum to cause serious vibration. And when you multiply by 4 wheels, the wobble really adds up. Unbalanced tires put uneven pressure on the treads. Tires get too hot and wear unevenly. Tire imbalance can also strain the wheel bearings and suspension system.

Wheel Balance Gastonia NC.
To balance the tires, the technician at Mr. Nobody Tire places tiny offsetting weights at specific points around the wheel.

Not "once and done". The minute you pull away from the service station with your newly balanced tires, they begin getting out of balance again. Every bump and corner affects balance; so does tire wear. Over time, your tires get out of balance again. That's why it's important to have tires balanced regularly.

What are the warning signs that my tires aren't balanced?

You're most likely to notice uneven wear on the tires. Many drivers also notice vibration over 40 mph, especially if the imbalanced tires are on the front.

How often should my tires be balanced?

During typical use, it's a good idea to have your tires rotated and balanced every 4,000 to 6,000 miles. Have them balanced any time a tire is replaced or patched.

Bring your vehicle to Mr. Nobody Tire at 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. Schedule an appointment to have your tires inspected, repaired, replaced, rotated or aligned at: www.MrNobodysTire.com or call (704) 868-3601

Mr. Nobody Tire of Gastonia North Carolina is a family owned auto repair shop servicing cars and light trucks, foreign imports and domestic vehicles for the neighboring towns of Charlotte, Belmont, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Cramerton, Dallas, Gaston County, City of Gastonia, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Ranlo, Stanley, Kings Mountain, Shelby from Gaston County since 1964. We have two locations in Gastonia, visit our second location at 501 E. Long Avenue in Gastonia NC.

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Why is a Wheel Alignment Important in Gastonia NC?

It’s no surprise that your vehicle will drive better in the Gastonia North Carolina, Charlotte, Dallas, Kings Mountain, Shelby, Belmont, and other communities in Gaston County, North Carolina areas if all the wheels are pointed in the same direction. That’s called wheel alignment. If your wheels are out of alignment you may notice that your car pulls to one side or the other.

Something that you won’t notice right away, but you will if you keep driving around Gastonia when you’re out of alignment, is that your tires are wearing unevenly and fairly quickly. That’s because when the vehicle is pulling to one side, you have to steer it back straight. The outside of the tire just wears out fast because you’re constantly turning, which can be very exhausting on a long road trip such as from Charlotte to Spartanburg – fighting to keep the vehicle going straight down the road.

Some of the things that commonly throw a wheel out of alignment are slamming into a pothole in Stanley, smacking a curb in Lowell or something like a rock in McAdenville. And it doesn’t have to be a big shock, it can just be the regular bumps and bangs of daily driving that add up and eventually take your vehicle out of alignment. That’s why your owner’s manual or Carolina service advisor at Mr. Nobody Tire may suggest having your alignment checked periodically.

Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance at Mr. Nobody Tire in Gastonia NC
With an alignment service at Mr. Nobody Tire, we measure each wheel’s alignment and to see where they are relative to factory specifications. While we have the vehicle on the alignment rack, we inspect the tires for wear as well as the suspension and steering components for damage or wear – things that can contribute to alignment problems. With some sedans you can adjust all four wheels so we bring all wheels into alignment. On those vehicles where you can only adjust the front wheels, we bring the front into alignment relative to the rear.

Cost varies by whether or not it’s two or four wheel adjustable. Four-wheel drive vehicles may have an additional charge because they’re more difficult to align. At any rate, it’s cheaper than having to replace tires every few months.
If it’s been a while since you’ve had your wheels aligned, bring your vehicle to either of our two Mr. Nobody Tire locations in Gastonia for an alignment check.

Bring your vehicle to Mr. Nobody Tire at 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. Schedule an appointment to have your tires inspected, repaired, replaced, rotated or aligned at: www.MrNobodysTire.com or call (704) 868-3601

Mr. Nobody Tire of Gastonia North Carolina is a family owned auto repair shop servicing cars and light trucks, foreign imports and domestic vehicles for the neighboring towns of Charlotte, Belmont, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Cramerton, Dallas, Gaston County, City of Gastonia, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Ranlo, Stanley, Kings Mountain, Shelby from Gaston County since 1964. We have two locations in Gastonia, visit our second location at 501 E. Long Avenue in Gastonia NC.

#tiredealer #gastoncounty #tire #alignment #wheelalignment #gastonia

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What do those numbers on your tires represent?
The numbers in the tire size refer to its width, aspect ratio, and wheel diameter. "185/75R14" means the tire is 185 mm wide, has an aspect ratio (that is, the width divided by the height) of 75%, and fits on a 14" rim.

"R" means radial tire. They're all radials nowadays. Speed ratings are usually inserted before the "R." The most common speed ratings are HR (good for 130mph), VR (149 mph), and ZR (more than 149 mph).

Bring your vehicle to Mr. Nobody Tire at 2691 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. Schedule an appointment to have your tires inspected, repaired, replaced, rotated or aligned at: www.MrNobodysTire.com or call (704) 868-3601

Mr. Nobody Tire of Gastonia North Carolina is a family owned auto repair shop servicing cars and light trucks, foreign imports and domestic vehicles for the neighboring towns of Charlotte, Belmont, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Cramerton, Dallas, Gaston County, City of Gastonia, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Ranlo, Stanley, Kings Mountain, Shelby from Gaston County since 1964. We have two locations in Gastonia, visit our second location at 501 E. Long Avenue in Gastonia NC.

#tires #tiredealer #gastonianc #gastonia #gastoncounty #northcarolina #alignment


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