TIGER WHEEL & TYRE UNVEILS NEW ULTIMATE WHEEL RANGE







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: May 21, 2012
Categories: Tiger Wheel & Tyre, Tyres

Motor enthusiasts across Southern Africa are scrambling to get a glimpse at Tiger Wheel & Tyre’s latest Ultimate Wheel Range that is set to boost even the meanest of rides.

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The coveted Ultimate Wheel Range boasts an array of lustrous, signature designs from leading wheel brands like TSW, Beyern, Black Rhino, Redbourne and Victor Equipment. While each alloy wheel has been carefully crafted to suit a diverse street fashion, the wheel styles of the Ultimate Wheel Range do possess a common appeal of hypnotic stateliness that is highly revered by its exclusive stockist, Tiger Wheel & Tyre.

“As the leading wheel and tyre stockist in South Africa, it is our duty to recognise the union of quality, performance and originality in the market, and our Ultimate Wheel Range is no exception,” says Joe du Plooy, Marketing Executive of Tiger Wheel & Tyre.

Taking all the bells and whistles into account with its sexy, new line of bling, Tiger Wheel & Tyre is offering various finishing options that best suit their customers’ individual styles. As this is an elite product line, wheel sizes are limited respectively, per wheel, from specific 17 inch sizes to 20 inch sizes.

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The Tiger Wheel & Tyre Ultimate Wheel Range is only available for viewing online at twt.to, which means road enthusiasts can take their time in marvelling at these alloy beauties, like the 18 inch devil-forked design of the TSW Snetterton or the cyber-industrial design of the Black Rhino Spinreel, available in 17 inch sizes. With a keen variety of innovative styles, it is clear that the Tiger Wheel & Tyre Ultimate Wheel Range is presenting the ultimate pimped up feature for any hotrod ride.

“These wheels are in a class of their own, and appeal primarily to the road runners out there that appreciate the explosive attention that comes with fitting such trick wheels to their vehicle,” ends du Plooy.