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Any bros here know a gd n cheap place to repair tyre puncture? Ard how much? Or can DIY? :D

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Supersonic

Most tire shop got repair what. Market price is between $6~$10. If that is not cheap enough I dunno how much you are looking at. Most importantly must open mouth and ask "how much?" before proceeding.

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Hypersonic

Yep, the average price is between $6 to $10. If you are adventurous enuff, you can get the DIY kit from Mustafa, Autobacs, etc to repair yourself.

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Supersonic

How much is the kit? If more dan $10, really no point, might as well let ppl do it.

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1st Gear

If you got muscles strength to pried out the tyres from the rim.

I suggest you can repair it using the common bicycle rubber patch. Cheap cheap $2 from Daisho!

 

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Clutched

How much is the kit? If more dan $10, really no point, might as well let ppl do it.

 

 

The kit enables you to repair more than once.

 

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Hypersonic

How much is the kit? If more dan $10, really no point, might as well let ppl do it.

 

I tink abt $10. But there's 5 plugs so good enuff for 5 times, also comes with the tools needed.

 

I bought one but so far never use. In the end oso went back to tyre shop coz lazy. [laugh]

 

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2nd Gear

well i went to a place few days ago that charged me $20 to repair a tyre... am I robert liao?

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1st Gear

Definately Carroted!!

 

Going rate is only $8-$10(max) for each plug repair.

 

 

 

well i went to a place few days ago that charged me $20 to repair a tyre... am I robert liao?

 

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6th Gear

well i went to a place few days ago that charged me $20 to repair a tyre... am I robert liao?

 

Last month i did a leak plug on of the tyre. Pull out a 3 inch nail. [sweatdrop][dizzy][crazy]

 

Did tyre rotation at the same time. Total 20 bucks nia. [nod]

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Hypersonic

I had my tyre puncture repair twice at Hankook Sembawang, only S$8.

 

If u DIY, u would also need a air pump + repair kit + a few drops of sweat. [sweatdrop]

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Hypersonic

 

Balestier Road (after entrance to Whampoa), $10, till late at nights.

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Supersonic

well i went to a place few days ago that charged me $20 to repair a tyre... am I robert liao?

 

 

I paid $10 to plug a hole at Shell, Yishun. Yeah, I'm robert, but it's the last time I will go there.

 

Then, there's one shop along Sembawang Rd who charge me $5, but he tries very hard to sell me new tyres, saying the puncture has hit a "nerve". I said, you just plug the hole and I'm gone. I'm disgusted with such sales tactics.

 

Needless to say, these kind of shops goes on my blacklist.

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6th Gear

Balestier Road (after entrance to Whampoa), $10, till late at nights.

 

I went to this place too. But they jack yr car on the main road. [sweatdrop][sweatdrop][sweatdrop]

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5th Gear

Any bros here know a gd n cheap place to repair tyre puncture? Ard how much? Or can DIY? :D

 

 

just go stamford...cheap and good [thumbsup]

 

the last i tried them was $6 i think

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1st Gear

i do mine last two weeks at the tyre shop located at shell petrol station. for 9 dollar. well, i wont diy also cos 17 inch rim and i also don't want to dirty my hand and clothes, sweat so much.......

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4th Gear

 

Kana once in Beijing, one nail went into the tyre.

Lucky got one tyre shop near my place.

 

The SiFu only charge me 10 RMB (SGD 2)

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