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gary yap
01-07-2010, 01:44 PM
Anyone patronises this shop for servicing, change of tyres etc...? My tyres are almost 'timed-up' and am looking for recommended tyre shop. Happens to see this Continental dealer Benzone.

tupai
02-07-2010, 11:28 AM
i just change a set with Chia of CWAUto, in usj??opposite Crt 3...
Chia is wellknown amgst the older forummers.

He maintains a respected standard...and thats why many of us give him repeates bizz...

Yang BerSatisfied with CWAuto latotupai :)

p/s he services all our cars, and we give him all the bizz including purchases of battery (same price as aam lah), tyres etcetc...

gary yap
02-07-2010, 11:38 AM
OK la, at least I have another recommended place to go. Anyway, just changed my tyres(CC5) this morning near my office(Seri Kembangan) so don't have to ask further regarding Benzone. 'Not-bad' discount, maybe the young lady happy to see lengchai* early morning :D

*handsome guy :D

VeeJay
03-07-2010, 06:04 PM
OK la, at least I have another recommended place to go. Anyway, just changed my tyres(CC5) this morning near my office(Seri Kembangan) so don't have to ask further regarding Benzone. 'Not-bad' discount, maybe the young lady happy to see lengchai* early morning :D

*handsome guy :D
what brand, size and price of the tire? I'm seeking for one too :)

Just wanted to check if SK is any cheaper?

gary yap
03-07-2010, 09:53 PM
According to my colleague who was with me it's cheaper. I changed at the Continental dealer the latest CC5 185/60/15 at RM210/pc. Heard others selling at RM220.

VeeJay
04-07-2010, 12:22 AM
According to my colleague who was with me it's cheaper. I changed at the Continental dealer the latest CC5 185/60/15 at RM210/pc. Heard others selling at RM220.
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Its just my opinion mate, CC5 is a Traction A grade, hence I dont have much liking to it. The pricing should have been lower, Klang selling to for RM 175.

I'm looking for Traction AA, Falken is in my top list for best value for money. Michelin is priced higher and lower treadware but better comfort.

Thanks for sharing.

gary yap
05-07-2010, 08:43 AM
I go to Klang often for customer's visit and the cheapest CC5 I known is RM190 without balancing alignment, not sure about RM175. Klang not as attractive as before. Falken no doubt a good tyre but for sales people like me, I may shorten the lifespan, not suitable. There's a Falken shop in SK and prices should be reasonable. You can try Rawang, heard it's the cheapest in Malaysia now.

VeeJay
05-07-2010, 02:43 PM
I go to Klang often for customer's visit and the cheapest CC5 I known is RM190 without balancing alignment, not sure about RM175. Klang not as attractive as before. Falken no doubt a good tyre but for sales people like me, I may shorten the lifespan, not suitable. There's a Falken shop in SK and prices should be reasonable. You can try Rawang, heard it's the cheapest in Malaysia now.

Thanks for the tip, Gary. Whats the treadware on CC5?

gary yap
05-07-2010, 03:15 PM
Treadware 360 Tract A Temp A.