High quality, good condition tyres are an important part of the ‘Safety Triangle’ of Shock absorbers, brakes and tyres. As their main role is keeping your car in contact with the road they play a vital role in the stopping power of your car. Blackwood Dyno Tune & Service are tyre & wheel professionals…Read more
Tyre & Wheel Services
Why get tyre and wheel services from Blackwood Dyno Tune & Service
Blackwood Dyno Tune & Service are independently owned and operated and known locally for our honest service, years of experience and knowledge. We have a range of tyres and specialist equipment to perform your new tyre fitting or wheel alignment and balance. All our work is backed by the Repco Authorised Service Nation Wide Warranty.
Blackwood Dyno Tune & Service can also advise you if there are any problems with your tyres, your wheel alignment, tyre balance or other areas of your car affecting your tyres such as wheel bearings, brakes or suspension which you should be aware of to protect you and your vehicle, including the tyres themselves.
New tyres, a wheel alignment and wheel balancing go hand in hand to ensure good handling and maximising the expected lifespan of your new tyres. Blackwood Dyno Tune & Service are experts at inspecting and maintaining tyres and related components and can give you good advice on purchasing the correct tyres for your car.
So if you need new tyres, a wheel balance or wheel alignment or just a simple bit of wheel related advice perhaps it is time to pop in to our Blackwood workshop for some expert advice.
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