At Naylor’s Auto Repair, we make sure your vehicle has the best service when it comes to your tires. Our knowledgeable and professional mechanics give careful attention to your repair and maintenance needs, so you can continue to drive safely and efficiently.
Our Tire Services
When purchasing new tires, you will want the proper installation. Otherwise, you may notice vibrations due to improperly balanced tires, premature tire wear, or suspension issues.
You may also want to swap your tires out for snow tires in the winter or add all-weather tires to ensure you're prepared for any road conditions. Learn more about all-weather versus snow tires.
If you need to replace worn tires, we can handle all steps of the replacement process:
- Removal of the tires and wheels
- Inspection of the wheels, lug nuts, and tires
- Mounting and installation of the new tires
- Installation of the valve stems, if applicable
- Inflating and balancing the new tires
- Replacing the wheels, if applicable
- Reactivating the tire pressure system
Learn more: When to Replace Your Tires.
When your new tires are installed, we balance them on a spin-balancing machine, which distributes the weight for the wheel/tire set around the axle. The weight will be adjusted and balanced for the tire's life if any imbalance is found. Then, we remount the tires and wheels and set the tire pressure according to your vehicle’s specifications.
You should have your tires rebalanced after every new installation or routinely when you get an oil change. When in doubt, check your owner’s manual for how often you should get your tires rebalanced.
To optimize the tread depth and uneven wear on your tires, you should get your tires rotated every 3,000 to 6,000 miles or according to what the manufacturer recommends.
A typical rotation means moving your tires from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them front to back, or doing a combination of both.
For this routine, we do the following:
- Remove the tires
- Inspect the wear and tear
- Rotate the tires
- Tighten the lug nuts as needed
- Check and reset the tire pressure accordingly
It is important to get your tires rotated so your tires can last longer. If you delay getting your tires rotated regularly, it could decrease gas mileage and cause poor performance overall.
Rotation, balancing, and wheel alignment are just a few ways you can extend the life of your tires.
It’s always frustrating when you suddenly get a flat tire. At Naylor’s Auto Repair, we can take care of your flat or punctured tire so you don’t have to purchase a new set. Depending on the damage, we can repair your tire with a plug or a patch.
Our flat repair services include the following:
- Removal of the flat tire
- Inspection of the damage: internal and external
- Repairing the inside of the tire
- Puncture fill
- Rebalancing and remounting the tire
- Evaluation of the tread
- Tire pressure check and reset
Learn more: How temperature affects tire pressure
In order to drive safely and put less strain on the CV joints, axles, and engine of the car, you should get your wheels aligned immediately. Misaligned wheels can be dangerous and impact the performance of your vehicle overall. Check out our Wheel Alignment services here for more information.
Suspension Lift Kits (For Trucks)
If you need a modification to your truck for off-road performance, we can install a suspension lift kit. This type of lift raises the front-end level with the rear. We can raise your lift up two inches if you have larger tires as well as add ground clearance for off-roading.
If you want more enhancement, we can jack your truck up to 4-8 inches. However, these kits would require longer suspension components and other adjustments to maintain the lift.
Choose From All Major Tire Brands
Not in Stock? Order through Naylor's Auto Repair.
We can special order any tire brand that you want to be installed. If you wish to upgrade your current tires and wheels for better performance and a fresh look, you can choose from a variety of brands at our store.