I think @GP_Freak is talking about the fitting machine that the tyre shops have which is not at all portable. Doing it by tools is very much possible but not recommended. Has anyone here actually used these services? Any reviews? I had similar concerns with batterybhai.com as well. But then they had a Cash on Delivery Option and I had the right to reject the battery if it was not recently manufactured. But that did not happen. Had a look at the tyres section on snapdeal in detail. I see that there are various sellers (Ranjit Tyres, Chawla Tyres, PPC, ITS Tyres, Torus, Tyre World etc). So the quality would depend on the good or bad business practices followed by these sellers. One way could be to look at the individual rating of these sellers and then place an order. But then my rant about the installation process and buyback of old tyres says. It is way too complicated. I, for one, will not keep four bulky automobile tyres in my house for (potential) three days.