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Old 24.10.2011, 09:01
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Re: Changing Winter Tires

Googling "jantes alu" took me to one of the Swiss tyre websites wheel section, taking a rough guess on what model Golf you have the average price of a wheel was 140chf...

(The site was www.pneus-online-suisse.ch, it might be different in Swiss German)

I seem to remember that when I got mine, the price I paid at Euromaster was the same or cheaper than the online price including delivery. I'd guess you'd be looking at something like 300chf per wheel fitted ??
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I have 16inch rims, any approx guess as to how much i can expect to pay at a shop for this? I went to the famous tire website and i noticed tires were 106/tire for winter tires.
I've got 15" Gama alloys on my Bora, seem to be fitted to many VW's in Switzerland.
I paid CHF500 for the set of 4 from an AMAG place, no tyres.
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Re: Changing Winter Tires

Viquerat in Nyon changing our winter tires for 100 CHF - need to have the wheels switched out
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Old 24.10.2011, 16:52
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I need help,

i want to get a tire/rim combo for winter for my golf 5x112 is the pattern.

I have 16inch rims, any approx guess as to how much i can expect to pay at a shop for this? I went to the famous tire website and i noticed tires were 106/tire for winter tires.

I need them asap as snow will come soon,
Try these maybe ?
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Old 24.10.2011, 20:12
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Re: Changing Winter Tires

anyway, its not to expensive to let change them in a garage, about 40 CHF
and for the next year, you can make a little sign with some crayons (from the kids for the floor), front left, front wright.. we always do that.
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