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Colorado Mountains

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Show off with this spare tire cover!

  • Boldly printed logo will last for years without fading.
  • Elastic tie-down provides an easy fit.
  • Heavy gauge vinyl material ensures long-term use.
  • Perfect way to show your pride when you’re on the go!

Not sure what size to buy? Please use our TIRE SIZE CALCULATOR to check your tire size. — Steve, CEO

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Colorado Mountains Tire Cover

by CustomGrafixTireCovers™

      Colorado Mountains tire cover

                       Colorado Mountains History

What is Colorado famous for historically?

Colorado has the highest mean elevation of any state, with more than 1,000 Rocky Mountain peaks over 10,000 ft high and 54 towering above 14,000 ft. Pikes Peak, the most famous of these mountains, was discovered by U.S. Army lieutenant Zebulon M. Pike in 1806.                                                     
What was Colorado before it was Colorado?
Colorado was originally part of the Nebraska, Utah, Kansas, and New Mexico Territories. In 1859, a provisional territorial government called the Territory of Jefferson was formed. In 1861, President James Buchanan signed legislation that organized the free Territory of Colorado a week before leaving office.

 

Who lived in Colorado before 1858?

Cliff Palace is a 12th-13th century Ancestral Puebloan dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. The Ancestral Puebloans were an early Native American group that settled in Colorado. Other groups like the Apache, Cheyenne, and Comanche came later. The Spanish were the first Europeans to settle what is now Colorado.

 

What happens when you place an order?

 
Our front offices have two order processors who print out orders over the phone and the internet. In addition, they review them to check shipping addresses for correctness. Orders are then sent to the floor to order pullers, which see if the product is in stock, and the customer is sent an email verification of processing.
 
How your tire cover order is processed
 
Then a work order is sent to printing to supply the print to the floor. Once the printed circle is ready, it is sent to our sewing department to be assembled; Likewise, once that is done, the cover, along with its order paperwork, is sent to shipping, where it is checked, and the security system is installed if required, then boxed. In addition, the box and its paperwork are sent to our shipping department, where the shipping label is produced. Next, it is put in a mail or ups bin, waiting to be picked up by the proper carrier. To make a long story short, we just produced your tire cover. The shipping department will mark the product complete, and you will be sent a tracking information email.
 
In the next step, a work order is sent to printing so that the print can be supplied to the floor. Once the printed circle is ready, it is sent to our sewing department to be assembled; Likewise, once that is done, the cover, along with its order paperwork, is sent to shipping, where it is checked, and the security system is installed if required, then boxed. In addition, the box and its paperwork are sent to our shipping department, where the shipping label is produced. Next, it is put in a mail or ups bin, waiting to be picked up by the proper carrier. To make a long story short, we just produced your tire cover. Shipping will mark the product complete, and you will receive an email with tracking information.
 
Not sure what size to buy? Please use our TIRE SIZE CALCULATOR to check your tire size. — Steve, CEO

 

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