Salinas Tires Whittier, CA
Wheel and Tire Shop,
Salinas Tires Whittier is dedicated to delivering high quality new tires, wheels, and auto repair services at unbeatable prices. With over 30 years of experience, and safety as our top concern, we are proud to be one of the most trusted wheel and tire shops you can trust. The services we offer revolve around auto repair, tire repair, wheel repair, brakes, alignments, struts, shocks, suspension, axles, rotors, bearings and more.
Firstly, the goal is to provide quality products and services that our community can depend on. Therefore, we are open seven days a week with limited hours on Sunday; so that our customers can get the wheel and tire shops services they need even on the weekend.
Above all, we are grateful that our customers have trusted us with their tire and wheel needs for over 30 years. All in all, we look forward to serving our community with trust and integrity as our core values; they are the reason why we continue to be one of the best wheel and tire shops in Whittier, CA.
New and used tires of all brands and sizes; with safety and quality always in mind.
Tire & Wheel repair, Alignments, Brakes, Struts, Shocks, Bearings, Suspension, Axles, Rotors, Tire Patches, Powder Coating & more!
Ready for new wheels & rims? Find the best deals for your wheels.
How To Tell If You Need New Tires
If a tire begins to bulge at the sides, this is an indicator of inadequate tire pressure or a slow leak of air. We recommend getting an inspection of the tire if any unusual features such as cracks or gouges are visible.
Another way to tell if you need new tires is the penny test. Stick a penny into the grooves of the tread with Lincoln’s head pointing down and if his head is still visible, the tread is too worn. However, new tires have something called wear bars, which are rubber threads embedded in the tread. If the tread is worn down to these wear bars, it’s time to get a new tire.
Checking the tire pressure is also another way to tell if you need new tires. Tires lose approximately one pound per square inch of pressure each month, and while this amount of deflation won’t cause a tire to be worn down in a month, it is important to ensure that the correct level of inflation is always maintained. Extreme temperature changes can also affect tire pressure. In colder weather, the tire pressure may drop.
Last but not least, thumping or vibrations while driving may also be a sign that it’s time to get new tires.
If you are in need of new tires in Whittier, feel free to call us or stop by today!
Mon-Fri: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8813 Norwalk Blvd
Whittier, CA 90606