I'm going to be putting my 2002 Silverado up for sale here shortly. The question is KBB is showing it is worth $5,700 to $6,000. The tires that are on it, Michelin LTX MS2's are down to the wear bars. Is it worth putting a set of new tires on it for $480 general no brand name AT tires or just leave it as is? Like most, I want to get the best price for it and think new tires would help keep it where I want to get for it. I tried to find used tires in good shape but I can't find anything close to me and it seems that 265/75 -16 are not as common as they use to be. In case anyone was wondering: Black, 2002 Silverado LT extended cab, standard bed, 6.5', Z71 4x4, 5.3, 4L60e, 200,000 miles. It has both power 6-way leather heated seats in good shape, auto-dimming rearview, aftermarket Alpine stereo with a 10" sub under the back seat. (that really made a difference over the factory radio which I still have with the cassette player) Speedliner bed liner and a hard plastic tonneau cover. Just serviced the transmission 20k ago, Replaced the shocks at 103k with KYB. Front and rear diff's serviced about 40k ago. Fuel filter replaced every 30k, New coolant hoses at 140k, spark plugs replaced with AC Delco iridium, and have 51k on them. New plug wires, can't remember when but not long ago mileage wise. Alternator rebuilt at 160k. Replaced fuel pump at 120k. This is mostly off the top of my head. I have a logbook in the truck that I keep track of all maintenance. Which when I put it up for sale I will be more specific. Like when I changed wipers and cabin air filter along with engine air filter and such. Even every time Sam's club rotated the tires. I purchased new in Sept 2001. The LT package was the top of the line back then and I paid $30k out the door for it. Man have prices gone up since then.