Want to find the perfect fitment for your car wheels?

The two-digit number is in inches and the most regular sizes are from 8” to 28”. If you want to know if a particular spare tyre cover will fit your wheels simply read the numbers off the sidewall of your current vehicle or trailer tyre.

Tyre width/section width/cross section are the first three tyre numbers of the code, in millimeters. The measurement shows the distance from the widest spot of the inner sidewall to the same of the outer sidewall. Look for something like 185, 195 etc.

Aspect ratio/tyre is the relation of the tyre’s width and height in percent. So, 55 profile is 55% of the width, meaning the tyre’s height is (taking the width of 205 mm) 112.75 mm or 4.4”. Without these numbers you have a standard profile.

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There is no way to tell exactly how long a tyre lasts. The lifespan and mileage of a tyre depends on a combination of factors: its design, the driver’s habits, the climate, the road conditions and the care that’s put into the tyres.

You can increase your tyre’s longevity by maintaining the correct air pressure, performing regular tyre rotations and vehicle maintenance. Follow the vehicle manufacturer’s tyre replacement recommendations.

For puncture repairs, contact us by Call/Text/Whatsapp or Facebook Message. Call Out Fee and/or After Hours Fee Applies

Please note we are unable to fit or repair Low Profile Tyres.

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