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With over 30 years experience in tires and related industry, Moe’s Tire Service offers 24-Hour road service for trucks and earth movers and on-site tire repair or replacement.
Brands carried include Bridgestone, Nitto, Toyo, Michelin, Firestone – Forestry and more in both new and used tires.
We have been serving the greater Jacksonville, NC and Wilmington, NC areas for over 30 years. We pride ourselves in being a local tire service business built on its reputation throughout the community.
Moe’s can service all makes and models of vehicles, agricultural equipment, and heavy duty commercial fleets.
Services include Oil changes, NC inspection, brake work, tune ups, CV joint repair, A/C work, commercial fleet work, custom wheel packages, and most major auto repair and part replacement needs.
MOE’S TIRE SERVICE
Contact us at either of our two locations:
Jacksonville (910) 989-9862
Rocky Point (910) 675-1234
When Do I
Need to Replace My Tires?
Don’t wait for a flat to tell you that it’s time for new tires . There are several quick and easy ways to tell when it’s time to head to your local store.
The Penny Trick
A quick and easy way to tell if you need new tires is to take a penny, turn it upside down and place it in between the tread of your tire. If you can see the top of Lincoln's head, then you should have your tires inspected. We will be happy to measure your tires for free.
How do you read a tire size?
P= For Passenger Cars, SUVs, MiniVans & Light Trucks
LT= Heavy Load Trucks, Vans or SUVs. There may not always be a letter on your tire size. To simply searching for tires. Our tire search database will not show this.
The 185 indicates this tire is 185 millimeters across from the widest point of its outer sidewall to the widest point of its inner sidewall when mounted and measured on a specified width wheel.
Refers to the height of the sidewall. It is a percentage of the section width. In our example, 65% percent of the section width of 185mm.
The "R" in our example indicates this is a radial tire construction. 98% of tires have an "R" construction.
In our example, the diameter (the hole where your rim sits) is 15 inches across.
The load index is how much weight the tire can support. Most vehicles come with a recommended tire load index. SAFETY ALERT: It is NOT recommended that you use a lower load index. You CAN use a higher load index. Learn more.
The letter refers to the maximum speed the tire should travel. However, also realize the speed rating is not just speed. It is also performance and handling. SAFETY ALERT: You should not "downgrade" the speed rating and all four tires should have the same speed rating. Learn More.
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