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Wheels and Rims

Wheels and Rims

It is very important that you have experienced people who understand wheels and rims... to help you find the correct product for your vehicle and application. For much of the recent past, the average car came with steel wheels, but in more recent times car manufacturers have been fitting their higher-end vehicles with alloy wheels. There are still advantages and disadvantages you need to consider with each type of wheel. For example: Did you know Alloy wheels tend to be lighter than steel wheels. The lighter the weight helps increase acceleration, improve handling and increase fuel efficiency.

Our team of professionals will help take the confusion out of your decision and give you the right advise so your car looks and drives superbly. Different things you need to consider include:

  • Wheels offset
  • PCD
  • Borehole
  • Back spacing
  • Tubeless
  • Tubed Type
  • 2 Piece 3 Piece
  • Wheel Nut Type and Dimension
  • Load Ratings
  • Materials and Finishes.

Tyre and Battery Center also supply a full range of wheel and rim accessories including wheel nuts, wheel centres and domes, performance valve stems, wheel studs, wheel locking nuts, boat trailer and small industrial wheels and a repair service for your alloy and steel wheels.

Here are just some of the brands we supply:

Speedy, ROH, Performance, ANZ, Allied, Alcoa, Accuride, CSA, Simmons, O.Z.Racing, King Wheels, Dragway, Road King, Advanti

Give us a call... our phone numbers are listed below, or you can send an email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it