Midas Peakhurst

97 Boundary Road,
Peakhurst NSW 2210

(02) 9153 0772

Contact John Furze
Phone (02) 9153 0772
Fax (02) 9153 0773
Email sales@peakhurst.midas.com.au
Business hours
Monday to Friday: 8.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday: 8.00am - 12.00noon
License No: MVRL 50472

Specialising in
Car and 4WD servicing including logbook servicing, safety inspections, brakes, exhaust, air condition services , suspension and tyres (incl. wheel alignment). Fleet service specialist.

Also Servicing
Penshurst, Mortdale, Narwee, Beverly Hills, Riverwood, Oatley, Connells Point, Hurstville , Hurstville Grove, Blakehurst.


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Every Service

  • Our inspection of your vehicle may reveal the need for extra work. We will provide you with a quotation for any additional work or parts that your vehicle may require or that we may suggest for safe and reliable motoring. We will only proceed with any additional work with your consent. Imported, Commercial or Diesel vehicles may mean additional costs, and full synthetic oils incur a surcharge. We will advise you if this is the case. At Midas, you will always know where you stand.

Or Call 13 MIDAS (6432) to book in a car service



Why it is important to have your suspension lift-kit done professionally

Too many cowboys are claiming to be able to do lift-kits for 4WDs, but without the proper training, experience and knowledge, installing a lift kit with anyone other than a professional is extremely dangerous.

Lift kits impact on handling and, in cases where higher than normal lift kits have been put in place, will make the car dangerous to drive. So what are some things you should consider before undertaking this modification?

- Choosing the right size lift kit based on your cars make, model, size, tyre width and diameter, and rim off-set, opposed to whatever appeals to you

- Establish why you want the lift kit

- Research brands, read about how other users have found their lift kits, read manufacturers guidelines etc.

If in doubt, speak with a professional about your suspension needs.