Car came with P205-55R16 Goodyear RS-A tires, close to 60K, still have 1/16" of tread left to the wear marks, but decided it was time for new tires as was getting belt rubbing noise. Never had a flat tire and always kept my pressure up at 35 psi. Debated whether to put another set of RS-A's on it, cheap now as GM isn't buying tires, were listed at 120 bucks a tire, but now down to 69 bucks. But elected to pay 17 bucks more per tire to get Dunlop Signatures, deeper tread with a meaningless 70K treadwear warranty, but like the tread pattern much better. In the process, got a free alignment check, my toe-in is at maximum and would have to be let out 0.1* to be within the mean value, tire dealer highly recommended I pay for an alignment. With my car on the rack, all he had to do was to loosen the tie rod jam nut and turn the inner tie rod out a tad for that 0.1*, but for that, he wanted an additional 55 bucks. That translates to an additional 0.020" of toe in. Said leave it. LOL, should I worry? Or leave it. I could measure the distance from the tie rod to wheel center, use that ratio to that 0.020" of additional toe out I need, measure the threads on the tie rod, then calculate the number of degrees I would have to turn the tie rod in to bring it back to mean specifications. The would be roughly shortening the tie rod about 0.010", really doubt if that would affect steering wheel centering just to do it on one side. I don't believe in tire rotation, never had them rotated, if I see wear, then it's time for an alignment, but no signs of unever wear with the old tires. Think they were just falling apart.