Every JBW Spyder Alloy wheel is manufactured to the highest industry standards. Our wheels are manufactured to ISO16949 standards and have been JWL (Japan Light Alloy Wheel Standard) and VIA (Vehicle Inspection Association of Japan) approved.
Every JBW Alloy wheel is made under licence exclusively for us and passes through multiple manufacturing stages
- 3D CAD Production
- Wheel Mould Production
- Wheel Casting
- Heat Treatment
- Paint & Finish
After the wheels have passed through each stage of manufacture and quality control (ensuring
superior craftsmanship, sleek and stylish designs and finishes), they are boxed and shipped to our
warehouse here in the U.K. ready to be dispatched to our customers with a lifetime structural warranty
and a 12-month warranty on the paint finish (not applicable to hand polished finishes).
* Please note body modifications may be required on certain sizes and offsets.
We always endeavour to deliver your items as quickly as possible. The majority of items are dispatched the same day and can be expected to be received within a couple of working days. Some orders may take between 3-5 working days (especially during busy times) or If it is an oversized item, all items must be signed for. Prices range from £7.50 for small items, Wheels Only from £17.50, Wheels & Tyres from £22.50 for UK Mainland deliveries.
TO OBTAIN A QUOTE
If you would like to know how much the carriage is on an item shipped to your Country, please add the required items to your shopping basket, you will be automatically transferred to the shopping basket where you will see "Please Select Your Delivery Country”, After you have selected this it will give you the carriage options available for your selected items.
All orders are normally dispatched within 48hrs of order confirmation. You will be shown a list of available delivery options and prices during the checkout process. Upon your order being dispatched you will then be emailed so you are aware that your goods are on their way:
The energy lost when a tyre is rolling is expressed as 'rolling resistance'. Lower
rolling resistance reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
- A is the highest performance tyre
- G is currently the least performing
Provides you with information on the tyre's grip on wet roads. Tyres with excellent
grip in the wet have shorter braking distances on wet roads
- A indicates the highest wet grip performance
- G indicates the lowest wet grip performance
- The tyre's exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels
- One black wave indicates the best noise level at least 3dB below the future legal limit
- Three black waves indicate the weakest performance
New legal noise limits will be introduced between 2012 and 2016