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We have over 25 years experience in supplying and fitting alloy wheels. We understand how important the correct fitting alloy wheels are to a car not just for the look but also to ensure no rubbing and a comfortable ride. Below is just a small sample of the wheels we stock.

To view a larger selection of the wheels available,please check out our Facebook page.

To discuss your requirements,contact us at 059 915 6179


Below is just a small secection of the tyre brands that we stock.We supply a huge range of new tyres from budget through to brand name performance tyres –
our prices are always ultra competitive and our knowledgeable staff will be on hand to help with your tyre choice.
Please contact us for more details.

Tyre Tips

Here at Tallon Wheels, we understand that your tyres are the only link between your vehicle and the road. Make sure that you not only select the right tyres, but also regularly maintain them to ensure they perform to their best ability. Below are our top tips in relation to Tyre Pressure, Tyre Size, Tyre Condition, Tyre Depth, Tyre Tool and Fuel Consumption:

Tip 1: Tyre Pressure

For complete peace of mind, Tyres should be checked every week for any sign of damage -especially on the sidewall, tread condition, tread depth and of course, tyre pressure. Check tyre pressure when the tyres are cold to ensure that you are documenting the correct tyre pressure. Don’t be tempted to over-inflate them as this causes poor vehicle handling, reduced stability in braking, cornering and reduced grip. If in doubt, call to a garage or a recognized tyre fitter for a professional opinion. Find out exactly if your tyres are not meeting the minimum legal requirement thus causing a danger to yourself and all other road users. Roads in Ireland have improved no end over the last few years but there are still many roads that can take their toll on Tyres.

Tip 2: Tyre Size, Condition and Depth

Did you know that tyres not meeting the minimum legal requirement for size, condition and depth could deem your motor insurance invalid? Yes, If you read the terms and conditions of your motor insurance, you will find a requirement for your car to meet the minimum legal standard. It is extremely useful to use a Tyre Size Calculator to analyse tyre size.

Tip 3: Tyre Tools

It does not matter for us drivers if over the course of a year we put up small miles or big miles, always be prepared for the unexpected. You never know when you will breakdown, get a flat wheel or come across another motorist in need of help. For that reason, always carry a warning triangle, a high visibility jacket, a flash light and some basic tools.

Tip 4: Fuel Consumption

What effects fuel consumption? More to the point, what causes excessive fuel consumption? There are many factors to take into consideration for example: incorrect tyre pressure, cold engine, driving style, unnecessary short trips, poor car maintenance and rapid acceleration. It only takes 5 minutes to check your tyre pressure. Avoid rapid bursts of acceleration especially when the engine is cold and be sure to keep your car properly and professionally maintained. Small measures but big savings.


We provide 4 wheel alignment, wheel fitting & balancing and alloy wheel refurbishment and repair.
Please contact us for more details.

At Tallon Wheels,we also utilise the most advanced front-wheel laser alignment technology.
Wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other.
The purpose of these adjustments is maximum tyre life and a vehicle that tracks straight and true when driving along a straight and level road.
Wheel Alignment (also known as Tracking) is often confused with Wheel Balancing.
The two really have nothing to do with each other except for the fact that they affect ride and handling.
If a wheel is out of balance, it will cause a vibration at motorway speeds that can be felt in the steering wheel.
If the alignment is out, it can cause excessive tyre wear and steering or tracking problems.
Over the past decade, alloy wheels have become the must-have fashion accessory on any modern car. Alloy wheels add extra definition to a car's wheels, and really make a car stand out among the rest.
Although alloy wheels do not rust, unfortunately they are more prone to damage than traditional steel wheels. Scuffing your alloys is extremely easy to do, and it can have a big impact on the overall look of your vehicle.
Why pay to replace your damaged alloy wheels when we can refurbish them for a fraction of the cost.

We repair the damage, before painting them in their original colour, or a colour of your choice.


Tallon Wheels
Eircode :  R93 CX99


Phone: 059 915 6179

Monday to Wednesday :
10am - 6pm
Thursday to Saturday :
10am - 6pm
Lunch : 1pm - 2pm
Closed : Sunday