Have five of these tires, all of which were used on my son’s Silverado pickup.
Two of them have a good amount of tread left, but were removed because they were leaking air. On one of them, I can see the problem – a nail found its way into the tread and punctured the tire (see the eighth and ninth pictures). For the other one, Goodyear told my son that it too has a nail hole – but I haven’t been able to find this alleged hole. Hence, even though both of these tires have lots of tread left, you will need to either plug each tire from the outside, or patch it from the inside, when you mount these two tires on your rims.
For two of the remaining three tires, the tread surface is just above the wear indicator bars, meaning that both tires should pass inspection and give you a few months (or more if you don’t drive much) to wait for a good sale or to trade your vehicle.. The last tire is worn enough that it likely won’t pass inspection – the tread level is right at the wear indicator bars. However, this tire would still make a good spare.
New, these tires cost $220.36 each ($204.04 plus 16.32 sales tax) at Walmart. Selling all five tires for $79, which is less than 10% of the new price.
Please email me if you have any questions or would like to see for yourself the condition of these tires.