Slow puncture

Discussion in 'All Things Technical' started by mcscoobydoo, May 21, 2007.

  1. mcscoobydoo

    mcscoobydoo New Member

    :evil:

    Tyre was low the other day - thought it might have just been with speed bumps at work. Pump up but has gone down a bit again today. Just checked it and there is a small screw or rivet in the tyre tread - not the side wall.

    Is it ok to get a Z rated tyre fixed or am I best puttin new tyre on ???

    Toyo T1S 225 x 40 x 18
     
  2. gerry

    gerry Active Member

    get it fixed andy??!!!
     
  3. mcscoobydoo

    mcscoobydoo New Member

    Its my first preferred option Gerry - not sure of best place to take it - any one recommend a good fitter / repair centre that WONT damage my alloy :roll:
     
  4. gerry

    gerry Active Member

    andy if you are over my way ther is some good guys at ri tyres who do some really tasty alloys repairs etc and they have never damaged any of what i know of and its usually a fiver fixed balanced and fitted back to car :wink: :lol: :lol:

    but do you wanna come all the way too blackburn for a puncture repair!!
     
  5. klunker

    klunker New Member

    I got mine done at Hi Q tyres on Hudderfield road. Oldham
    Chap in there has a newage STI. Think it was £8 and no damage. :)
     
  6. mcscoobydoo

    mcscoobydoo New Member

    Think theres a Hi Q near me - will ring em tommorrow

    Gerry, your right, Blackburn is no go at mo with the road works from my way :wink:
     
  7. Triple X

    Triple X Active Member

    Get a new one through work, must of happened on one of their car parks! :wink:
     
  8. HYP1C

    HYP1C Active Member

    Never heard of Z rated not being fixed , only on side wall.
    Always seem to get puncture on the side aswell , p!!!!es me right off.
     
  9. Andy.McCord

    Andy.McCord New Member

    Andy, I take mine to graham at pennine service station just up the A59 from 3A gate, hes a sound guy and very careful with alloys, if you need any more info let me know.

    Andy
     
  10. scooby killer

    scooby killer New Member

    you are allowed too repair a z rated tyre twice only as long as it is with in the central 3 quaters

    if you are nere too bolton i will doo it for a drink :wink:
     
  11. gerry

    gerry Active Member

    glass of water ian :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  12. Tomskc

    Tomskc New Member

    Scooby killer YHPM

     
  13. scooby killer

    scooby killer New Member

    i dident no water was that strong :wink:
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    how big is your drink ian :lol: :lol:
     
  15. HYP1C

    HYP1C Active Member

    completely mis-read that then !
     
  16. mcscoobydoo

    mcscoobydoo New Member

    Got it done at hi Q

    Thanks for posts guys - didnt really want to leave it too long as i need car for bank holiday weekend- cost me £16 :shock: - better than a new tyre I suppose. Good service by the guys though. Took good care of the alloy.

    John, this is the second tyre due to onsite debris !!! :evil:

    gonna put a note into site me thinks :wink:

    There's a few people with a screw loose at our place - just wish they wouldnt leave em on the car park :roll:
     

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