A retread, also sometimes known as a “recap,” or a “remould” is a previously worn tire which has gone through a remanufacturing process designed to extend its useful service life.
Retreading starts with a safety inspection of the tire. The old tread is then buffed away, and a new rubber tread is applied to the bare “casing” using specialized machinery.
Retreads are significantly cheaper than new tires. As a result, they are widely used in large-scale operations such as trucking, busing and commercial aviation.
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