Details about SET OF 4 GERMAN RIAL VIPER 17" ALLOY WHEELS RIMS 4x100 ET38 - HONDA VW VAUXHALLSee original listing
03 Nov, 2013 22:06:14 GMT
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Stirling, United Kingdom
|Stud Diameter:||100||Rim Width:||7J|
|Number of Studs:||4||Rim Diameter:||17|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||Viper||Rim Structure:||One Piece|
7” x 17” Rial Viper alloy wheels
Here we have for sale a set of
4 alloy wheels. They are the stunning “Viper” edition alloy wheels,
manufactured by premier German wheel designer “Rial”. They are called “Viper”
as they are a very similar style to the wheels fitted to the original Dodge
Viper in the
These silver/grey alloy wheels are 7” wide and 17” tall. They are 4 stud wheels with a “PCD” of 4 x 100. The “PCD” is the industry standard measurement from the centre of a wheel nut hole, across the centre cap, to the centre of the wheel nut hole opposite. These wheels here are a 4 x 100 meaning they are a 4-stud fitment with a measurement of 100mm across from hole to hole.
A 4 x 100 PCD is the most
common stud pattern for car manufacturers, for example some models of Honda,
Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Vauxhall, BMW-Mini, Rover, VW, Seat and
Despite all these manufacturers using the same 4 x100 PCD, they generally have a different centre bore, which is the measurement across the centre hole where the wheel locates over the hub of your car before being bolted on. These wheels have a centre bore of 63.4mm which is designed purposely slightly bigger than the centre bore of your car. This allows the fitment of specific plastic “spigot rings” to tailor the wheels specifically to fit your particular car’s centre bore. These spigot rings are available on Ebay for approx £5 for most car models, or alloy wheel suppliers like Halfords etc. These wheels have been fitted to my Honda Civic which has a centre bore of 56.1mm, so they come with spigot rings for a Honda centre bore.
The wheels have an offset of ET38. The level of offset determines how far in or out of the wheel arch the wheels sits. An ET38 offset is about average and is suitable for most cars.
The wheels idealy require refurbished. The have been given a partial re-paint at some stage but this is flaking off in some places. All the wheels have been curbed, but 2 of the wheels have been very badly curbed with rough edges all the way round.
There are no cracks or splits on the wheels. 2 of the wheels have flat-spotted areas on the inside of the rims. These flat-spots cause no vibration or issues with tyre sealing or leaks etc. I had them on my Civic with no issues at all. For total peace of mind, you could put both flat-spotted wheels on the back of your car.
The wheels ideally need refurbished, but you could use them as they are if you are on a budget to modify your car or just need some wheels for track days etc. They are a stunning classic design, they just need a bit of TLC.
I have these wheels advertised
locally. If you wish to view the wheels prior to the auction ending at my home
Good luck! Happy bidding!