Slang term for Canadian hardware store chain Canadian Tire. One reason "Crappy" is the adjective used because it is not uncommon to purchase something from CT that has already been opened with parts missing.
Mike: Can I get a ride to Crappy Tire? I'm getting my car serviced.
Steve: You took your car to Crappy Tire!?
Crappy Tire is know as a slang word to indentify the Canadian retail distributor "Canadian Tire" They call it Crappy tire because of the low quality of their in-house brand "mastercraft" being that most of the product is made in China not to mention that the Mastercraft line is overpriced versus a retailer such as Walmart.
It also refers to the "crappy" service because there's never enough people in the stores working cashier or customer service.
Q: "so where are you going to buy that replacement part for your used car"
A: "I mind as well but it at Crappy Tire, i just need it to last the winter - hopefully it can last that long"
"What's taking so long! I feel like I'm at a Crappy Tire on a weekend"