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Tiger Wheel & Tyre - Cape Town



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At Tiger Wheel & Tyre, we offer a range of top-quality branded tyres and wheels at affordable prices. The array of wheels include the aspirational TSW brand as well as Racing Hart Concepts, TSR and TWT wheels. Our selection of tyres are represented by leading brands like Continental, Hankook, Yokohama, Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, BF Goodrich and Velocity.

Whether it is balancing, alignment or fitment needed on your vehicle, at Tiger Wheel & Tyre you can relax in the skillful hands of the Tiger staff complement. Our customers can expect prompt service from our team of highly trained and enthusiastic staff members; eager to deliver on Tiger Wheel & Tyre's promise of the highest calibre service and expertise in the industry.

Tiger Wheel & Tyre - Cape Town

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Latitude -33.9189° S 33.9189° S 33° 55' 8.04" -33° 55.134'
Longitude 18.4207° E 18.4207° E 18° 25' 14.52" 18° 25.242'
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33 Bree Street
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 425 4683
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 425 4683

Fax No.
021 425 1133
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 425 1133

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