Tully Tyres Donegal, suppliesrs of Car Lorry Tractor Earth-movers tyres throughout Ireland North and South
Lifford, Raphoe area on the Lifford to Letterkenny Road has many years’ experience in the procurement and supply of new, part worn, remould and scrap tyres for import and export.
We pride ourselves on the level of service we provide to a large and diverse customer base. We deal with large consolidated orders to single items for Cars, Lorries, Tractors, Earth-movers and Farm Machinery. Each order, however large or small, get the same level of care and attention. This has secured our reputation in a very competitive industry.
We provide the total package from sourcing competitively priced tyres to ultimately shipping them to the end user. We source from Europe and where quality can be assured.
With over 20,000 of the most comprehensive range of tyres, tubes and flaps in stock has enabled us to become the most versatile stockist in Ireland and all over Europe.
Strategically located in Donegal in the Northwest of Ireland Tully Tyres can offer delivery up to three times a day anywhere in Ireland.
Spanning back over 35 years Tully Tyres have built an enviable reputation in automotive wholesaling for the quality of their products, the competitiveness of our prices and the speed and accuracy of our service delivery.
Tully Tyres stock thousands of tyres to suit all types of vehicles, including Cars, Lorries, Tractors, Earth-movers, machinery, military, transport and commercial. We stock a full range of sizes and tread types to fit all makes and models.
The categories are Car Lorry Tractor Earth-movers tyres new tyres, remould tyres and part worn, so whatever your budget and requirements are, we are sure to have the right tyre for you.
The average new passenger car tyre produce 26.5 litres, Remoulds uses 9.5 litres.
Tully Tyres have been for many years fully committed to the recycling of tyres that are beyond any state of repair. The tyre is processed through our recycling department and the type of recycling is based on the condition of the tyres.
Most of the tyres have to be recycled because they cannot be re-treaded. When the tyre is recycled it is shredded via different processes until it reaches a state of “crumb” the product can then be used in manufacturing of a wide range of products for example the surfacing of sports fields, playgrounds, horse arenas, carpet, underlay, garden furniture, acoustic barriers and mats.