Car tyre fitting & balancing Sydney
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For the best performance from your tyres, it is crucial to balance the wheels on your car. Not only is it essential for safety, but it can lead to a more enjoyable ride and minimises long-term tyre wear.
Car Tyre fitting
If you attempt to fit a tyre yourself, you run the risk of vehicle damage and personal injury. Incorrectly mounted tyres cause static and dynamic imbalances that can't be fixed with a simple wheel balancing service. An incorrectly fitted tyre can also burst on the road which could lead to serious traffic accidents.
This is why it is crucial to have new tyres fitted correctly by experienced and certified professionals.
Our technicians will take all the necessary precautions by using only approved fitting tools and lubricants. If you're ready to check your tyre balance or looking for a reliable and certified car tyre fitting in Woollahra, reach out to Woollahra Tyre Garage today to book an appointment.
To find the best tyre to fit your vehicle, you need to know its correct tyre size. This can be done relatively quickly as all tyres have a size written on the side of the tyre.
Measurements which include:
It is possible to fit larger tyres into your car. However, you need to comply with set guidelines to do this safely.
The wheels' stock diameter and width must be maintained to keep the speedometer and suspension functioning correctly. As a general rule of thumb, it is safe to fit a tyre up to 20 millimetres wider than stock on the original rim.
If you are looking to fit larger tyres to your vehicle, we suggest doing so by certified technicians in car tyre fitting in Sydney.
Tyre rebalancing is done by qualified technicians. They put the wheel-tyre unit on a balancing machine that takes measurements to pinpoint lighter or heavier areas. Our technicians will make adjustments to account for these weight differences. The best time to balance your tyres is when your tyres are being rotated. This is for your convenience and to amend any tyres out of balance to the vehicle's rear. Here’s how it’s done: