The Eagle Tire and Lube

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04/25/2019

Well it's with a heavy heart that we will be closing the doors by the end of may.
I would like to thank all of our loyal customers and you know how to contact me if you need anything. I am going to go work elsewhere, but I will be working a little on the side. My new job is Monday thru Friday so let me know if you need anything.

04/25/2019

The NEW TIRES I have in stock will be sold at cost if interested

04/19/2019

Used Tires---15 bucks ea ANY SIZE WE HAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!
until the end of the month

04/08/2019

4 Starfire 235/75-15 mounted and balanced 275 out the door

03/15/2019
The Eagle Tire and Lube

The Eagle Tire and Lube

It is OFFICIAL!!! We are a certified Waste Tire Hauler!! YAY!!

03/15/2019

It is OFFICIAL!!! We are a certified Waste Tire Hauler!! YAY!!

01/19/2019

If anyone has any leads...I am looking for a low rise auto lift, something to just get the tires off the ground

12/24/2018

Gonna be here today on a limited basis. If we don't do anything I will be leaving about lunch

11/08/2018

Hey folks,
I am looking for some pics of the military in your family to post here at the shop. We want to show those that are part of the 1% club in the community
We honor our Veterans and are proud to serve them. As a veteran myself, I am extremely happy to do all I can to help a fellow brother or sister out.
If you or your family would like, please drop us a pic for us to honor those who are serving or have served.

10/27/2018

Tire Tech: Determining the Age of a Tire
(Lea en español)

When it comes to determining the age of a tire, it is easy to identify when a tire was manufactured by reading its Tire Identification Number (often referred to as the tire's serial number). Unlike vehicle identification numbers (VINs) and the serial numbers used on many other consumer goods (which identify one specific item), Tire Identification Numbers are really batch codes that identify the week and year the tire was produced.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requires that Tire Identification Numbers be a combination of the letters DOT, followed by eight to thirteen letters and/or numbers that identify the manufacturing location, tire size and manufacturer's code, along with the week and year the tire was manufactured.
"When it comes to determining the age of a tire, it is easy to identify when a tire was manufactured by reading its Tire Identification Number (often referred to as the tire's serial number)."
Tires Manufactured Since 2000
Since 2000, the week and year the tire was produced has been provided by the last four digits of the Tire Identification Number with the 2 digits being used to identify the week immediately preceding the 2 digits used to identify the year.
Example of a tire manufactured since 2000 with the current Tire Identification Number format:

In the example above:
DOT U2LL LMLR 5107

51
Manufactured during the 51st week of the year
07
Manufactured during 2007

While the entire Tire Identification Number is required to be branded onto one sidewall of every tire, current regulations also require that DOT and the first digits of the Tire Identification Number must also be branded onto the opposite sidewall. Therefore, it is possible to see a Tire Identification Number that appears incomplete and requires looking at the tire's other sidewall to find the entire Tire Identification Number

The use of a partial Tire Identification Number on the one sidewall (shown above) reduces the risk of injury to the mold technician that would have to install the weekly date code on the top sidewall portion of a hot tire mold.
Tires Manufactured Before 2000
The Tire Identification Number for tires produced prior to 2000 was based on the assumption that tires would not be in service for ten years. While they were required to provide the same information as today's tires, the week and year the tire was produced was contained in the last three digits. The 2 digits used to identify the week a tire was manufactured immediately preceded a single digit used to identify the year.
Example of a tire manufactured before 2000 with the earlier Tire Identification Number format:

In the example above:
DOT EJ8J DFM 408

40
Manufactured during the 40th week of the year
8
Manufactured during the 8th year of the decade

While the previous Tire Identification Number format identified that a tire was built in the 8th year of a decade, there was no universal identifier that confirmed which decade (tires produced in the 1990s may have a small triangle following the Tire Identification Number to identify the decade).
And finally, hold on to your sales receipt. Most tire manufacturer's warranties cover their tires for four years from the date of purchase or five years from the week the tires were manufactured. So if you purchase new tires that were manufactured exactly two years ago they will be covered for a total of six years (four years from the date of purchase) as long as you have your receipt. If you lose your receipt, your tires' warranty coverage will end five years from the week the tire was produced (resulting in the tire manufacturer's warranty coverage ending only three years from the date of purchase in this example).

10/25/2018
The Eagle Tire and Lube

We have some help!!!!!!! Gonna give them a couple of weeks to get familiar with things and we will get back on track!! In the meantime, I am going to get some rest!!!!!

so.... Been thinking about this for a while.

Since we can't seem to find the help we need to operate with, I have decided that we will take Thursday after lunch off. We will be open Wednesday when all others close.

10/15/2018
The Eagle Tire and Lube

The Eagle Tire and Lube

Getting to be that time again.

Hunting Season is here!!!!!!

ST205/75-15 trailer tires on wheels NEW!! 80 bucks out the door
New wheels and used tires from 40 bucks

10/15/2018

so.... Been thinking about this for a while.

Since we can't seem to find the help we need to operate with, I have decided that we will take Thursday after lunch off. We will be open Wednesday when all others close.

10/15/2018
The Eagle Tire and Lube

The Eagle Tire and Lube

Getting to be that time again.

Hunting Season is here!!!!!!

ST205/75-15 trailer tires on wheels NEW!! 80 bucks out the door
New wheels and used tires from 40 bucks

10/15/2018

Getting to be that time again.

Hunting Season is here!!!!!!

ST205/75-15 trailer tires on wheels NEW!! 80 bucks out the door
New wheels and used tires from 40 bucks

10/09/2018
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If you have one, make sure you get it checked out.

10/05/2018

Still looking for some help!! Pay is commission! Potential for big $!!!! You have to work for it. 👨‍🔧

Address

2827 E Roane Ave.
Eupora, MS
39744

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 17:00
Thursday 07:00 - 17:00
Friday 07:00 - 17:00
Saturday 07:00 - 12:00

Telephone

(662) 273-4810

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