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Wholesale Tire

 

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Firehawk Wide Oval All Season
Avg Price:
$112.30
Potential Profit:
$18.20
Potenza RE960AS PP RFT
Avg Price:
$159.97
Potential Profit:
$25.10
Crosswind HP010
Avg Price:
$127.44
Potential Profit:
$20.10

 

Supplier Details

 
Supplier’s Name: Log in to view
Years in Business: 10
Ships Worldwide: Yes
Minimum Order: $1001 - $5000
Brands they stock: Solideal Tires, Geo-Trac, BKT Tires, Kenda, Mickey Thompson, Nexen, Yokohama, Sumitomo, Cooper, Falken, Roadmaster, Nankang, Dayton, Fuzion, Firestone, Bridgestone
Products they stock: Summer Passenger tires, All-Season Passenger, Winter / Snow Passenger Tires, Temporary/Compact Spare Tires, Track & Competition DOT Tires, Summer Light Truck/SUV Tires, All-Season Light Truck/SUV Tires...
 

 

 

How to buy wholesale tires

Not everyone will make millions selling tires online, but there is definitely a market here. The tire industry makes more than $32 billion every year, and 200 million tires are replaced and purchased in the United States each year. So why not get a piece of that pie?

If you're buying wholesale tires, you want to keep these in mind:

  • Visit and get quotes from multiple wholesale tire dealers — So you can get an opinion on the general offer and get the best price for the tires you plan on buying.
  • Be holistic when buying — Don't let cost be the sole factor for your purchase, tire warranty and brand are also important factors. You don't want to buy cheap copies of popular tires without a warranty as they'll only cost you more down the stretch.
  • Detecting counterfeit tires — You can ask the seller to view a bill or invoice of lading for the tires. It’ll display the tire’s point of origin and identify if the tires actually are from the manufacturer they’re claim to be.

 

 

Where to buy wholesale tires

There are plenty of ways to can source wholesale tires. If you're a beginner, you have these options to start with:

Online Search

— Sites like Google or Yahoo are easy ways for you to get started searching for wholesale tire distributors near you. A relevant search query will return you thousands of results; just choose a few near you to get started.

While free, searching online do pose some risks. Some of these distributors may be scammers, so do your due diligence and weed out the fake ones. This can take considerable amount of your time (We outline our process in the last section below.) .

Check local business listings directory

— You can check local directories, business listings, or newspaper ads for information about wholesale tire distributors in your area. Finding local distributors will allow you to more easily vet and build relationships with them.

While this is convenient to start searching, you'll be limited to options in your locale. Prepare to spend the extra time and travel distance to source for one that best suits your need.

Supplier directories

— Supplier directories, like SaleHoo, vet their suppliers. This means you won't need to worry about finding high-quality suppliers or getting scammed.

While there is a small fee ($67/year for SaleHoo), it's the best method for beginners. We even give you our market research tool, which shows you how often items sell and helps you find new products to add to your store!

 

 

Finding trusted suppliers

Verify suppliers before making a purchase with these 4 quick steps:

Contact the supplier and verify their address

— Call the supplier with the number on their website and talk to a real person. For added protection, Google their address to verify it’s a real business and not a PO box or house address.

Check your supplier’s reputation and track record

— Look for suppliers with a long history in business (10 years or more). Call their previous customers to get honest reviews of the company.

Inspect their products beforehand

— Assess the tire’s interior to ensure there aren’t any blemishes, cuts, or air bubbles. This is a great way to be sure of the tire's quality. Also, it will help you prevent buying second-hand tires.

Test their customer support

— Your supplier is your partner; Ask them questions early and often to see how quickly they respond. If they aren’t fast or don’t give high-quality answers, you may need to find someone else.

 

Since 2005 SaleHoo has helped over 137,000 customers successfully start
online businesses on eBay, Amazon and their own online stores.

 

SaleHoo has over 538 wholesale suppliers for tire

How can you get started?

 

Step 1: Find tire that sell

We research various marketplaces to provide you insider information about product's sell rate — how likely is the product going to sell, so you don’t have to second guess.

Step 2: Contact a supplier

Contact one of our 538 vetted wholesale tire suppliers and choose the best one for your needs. You can get started with them right away!

Step 3: Add products to your store

Once you have a great product and a great supplier, it's time to cash in. Upload your product listings and take your chunk of that $100 billion market share!

 
 

 

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