Unbalanced wheels can mean an unstable and unsafe vehicle. Our team has the gear and the know-how to fix this for you. This will involve placing your wheel and tyre on a balancing machine to ensure that the wheel spins correctly without any speed wobbles.
When to balance your wheels
If your vehicle shakes at certain speeds, chances are you need a wheel balance. Whenever you have a new tyre fitted to your vehicle, it’ll need to be balanced. Also, when repairing a puncture, the materials used in the process may put the wheel out of balance. So we recommend that a wheel balance is done after a puncture repair has been carried out.
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How to read your tyre size
Along with the manufacturer's name and the name of the tyre (e.g. Bridgestone Ecopia PZ-X), there's always a set of numbers and letters that relate to the size of the tyre. Here's a rundown on what those numbers mean: