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Is there a mechanic in the house? Tire Question.
My car needed a bunch of work to pass state inspection. As I'm a bit on the broke side, I've been doing it piece by piece and with the help of friends and the internet. I bought some used tires on craigslist - they're pretty much brand new and in great shape - but they're already mounted on rims. My shop said it would be $52 to remount them on my rims. The thing is, according to the net, the rims should actually fit my car's bolt pattern (I'm a 2000 Kia Sephia, they're from a 2001 Ford Escort).
Is there any reason I shouldn't pop my tires off and just swap them for the ones I just bought (aside from having to find a way to ditch the old ones?)