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Centrelock Wheel Removal & Tyre Replacement for 991.2 GTS

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2020/09/21 21:37:16 (permalink)

Centrelock Wheel Removal & Tyre Replacement for 991.2 GTS

I'm picking up my new 991.2 GTS this Thursday, and it's going to be needing at least one axle pair of new tyres in the next couple thousand miles or so  (which I suspect I'll clock up quite quickly!). I live near Macclesfield, so do any R5 members know of any tyre specialists relatively local to the area that can a) remove the centrelock wheels properly and without damaging them; b) handle the rims carefully when removing/fitting new tyres; and c) offer competitive prices.

I'm minded to replace the stock Pirelli P-Zeros with Michelin Pilot Sport 4s (N-Rated of course) - does anyone have any views on tyre choice? I had the Pirellis on my Boxster GTS and was pretty impressed with them on the Anglesey track day I did in August. 

Look forward to hearing your recommendations! Thanks.

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Re: Centrelock Wheel Removal & Tyre Replacement for 991.2 GTS 2020/09/21 21:48:28 (permalink)
Ninemeister Warrington 
I have had several sets of tyres over the years they will price match. Good luck 

991 1Turbo S PDK , Riviera Blue over black, 964 C2, Guards Red over black
Previously 986 Boxter s, 996 C4s, 997 Gen1 C4s. 997 Gen 2 Turbo Man
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