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wheel shop recommend in Bay Area?

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I used Wheel Tech near the San Jose airport. http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3904&hl= Since they refinish wheels they know how to change them. They did my last 2 sets of tires. Tom works the tire machine. They also put on a tech session for us last year.

Years ago I tried to use Custom Alignment for my first set, but the next date they had open was 2 weeks away and I could not wait. Wheel Tech did it the day I called them.

Wheel Tech is cheaper.

Both are Tire Rack installers, so you have have your tires sent directly to them.

Stevens Creek has new equipment at the new place.

All 3 can do the job without scratching your wheels.

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I highly recommend RennWerks (www.rennwerks.com), formerly in Mountain View but I believe they're now down in Campbell. They have Hunter tire-changing and alignment systems and are also a TireRack installer. I used to live in the Bay Area and took my BMW M Coupe to them for tires and service, had a great experience w/ them.


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