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Tyre Fitting - South London

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Hi All,

Can anyone recommend anywhere that would fit tyres to rims that I have already brought? (tried a couple of places and they didn't want to know)

Around the South London / Orpington areas.

Thanks

Andy.

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Try these guys, they have racing background and were reasonably priced:

http://www.fwr.co.uk/contact.htm

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I can second for FWR having used them with the company I work for. Good guys.

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Third for FWR......................................Ask for Bob Collins, top geezer

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OK; thanks guys will give them a call.

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I will also vouch for Bob @ FWR.

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You can always go for Watlings in Catford. £10 per tyre incuding balancing last time I did it.

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You could also try Sidcup Motorcycle Tyres....they're pretty local to you.

I've bought tyres for my road bikes from them, over the years.....but, not sure whether they will change tyres not bought from them.

Friendly and knowledgeable chaps so, might be worth a bell to see if they will!

Colonel

http://www.sidcupmotorcycletyres.co.uk/index.htm

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thanks mate; worth a call to both of them

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Just had mine done at kingston Motorcycle centre 0208 549 5335 ask for Dave , very reasonable ,very quick , very happy to help.

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Another vote for FWR - nice bunch of guys!

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If you do choose FWR don't let Bob ride your bike, it'll spend all its time on the back wheel :D

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