Ripspeed Shadow 15" Alloy Wheels and Tyres £230 @ Halfords(SAVE £150.00) - HotUKDeals
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Ripspeed Shadow 15" Alloy Wheels and Tyres £230 @ Halfords(SAVE £150.00) £250.00

£250.00 @ Halfords
The Street inspired Shadow Alloy Wheel is brand new from Ripspeed. The fresh split 10-spoke design is finished in Matt black with Machined Face and will suit cars of all sizes with a 4 stud fitment on… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
The Street inspired Shadow Alloy Wheel is brand new from Ripspeed. The fresh split 10-spoke design is finished in Matt black with Machined Face and will suit cars of all sizes with a 4 stud fitment only.

Features & Benefits:

* Matt Black with Machined Face
* 10 Split spoke design
* Fit 4 stud vehicles only
* Package includes 4x alloys, 4x 195/50R15 tyres balanced with hidden weights
* Stud pattern (PCD) 4x100/108 Offset (et) 38


i know there not the best make but for that price seems like a good deal to me
and look quite smart


now safe an extra 10% online only
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#1
Check the link - it is throwing up an error message :-(

Try this one http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_723181_langId_-1_categoryId_165649

Seems like a cracking price H&R added

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#2
link not wokring but will this fir a mk7 polo?
#3
mafia
link not wokring but will this fir a mk7 polo?


Considering the Mark 5 polo (6R) is just out, probably not...
#4
Polos are 5 stud these days.

Anything inspired by "The Street" should be avoided, unless you like driving round with your foglights on all the time, have neon washers and lexarse lights.
#5
i cant seem to fix the link sorry guys :(
1 Like #6
I have added the link to your description :-)
#7
oliverreed
Polos are 5 stud these days.

Anything inspired by "The Street" should be avoided, unless you like driving round with your foglights on all the time, have neon washers and lexarse lights.


so true
#8
oliverreed;7302645
Polos are 5 stud these days.

Anything inspired by "The Street" should be avoided, unless you like driving round with your foglights on all the time, have neon washers and lexarse lights.

After much searching, I have found that Lexarse lights are something associated with chavs (The Subaru connection I saw confirmed this). But what exactly are they?
#9
Great, chavtastic!
#10
spock1958
After much searching, I have found that Lexarse lights are something associated with chavs (The Subaru connection I saw confirmed this). But what exactly are they?


clear back lights, as first seen on the lexus is200 about 10 years ago:thumbsup:
#11
Add sum tintz n drop it low bruv.. lol


Chavtastic
#12
Does anyone know if they will fit Kia Rio 5 door Hatchback 2007 model? Thanks
#13
I've always wanted a fullsize matchbox car.
#14
padair;7302540
Considering the Mark 5 polo (6R) is just out, probably not...


mafia;7302512
link not wokring but will this fir a mk7 polo?


errrrmmm I think you'll find they are on Mk7 polo now.... they seem to change the headlights and call it a new mk!!! :thumbsup:

Mk 5 polo is about N reg, Mk6 is 2002> Mk7 is 2009> off the top of my head.
#15
[SIZE="4"]FITTING GUIDE:[/SIZE]

http://www.alloyguide.com/

The PCD of these wheels are:

4 x 100

or 4 x 108

The Offset (ET) is 38

Check the above website out for what your car requires :thumbsup:

good deal, especially with the tyres
#16
dude786
[SIZE="4"]FITTING GUIDE:[/SIZE]

http://www.alloyguide.com/

The PCD of these wheels are:

4 x 100

or 4 x 108

The Offset (ET) is 38

Check the above website out for what your car requires :thumbsup:

good deal, especially with the tyres


Thanks for the info, really helpfull.
#17
Tommy_K
errrrmmm I think you'll find they are on Mk7 polo now.... they seem to change the headlights and call it a new mk!!! :thumbsup:

Mk 5 polo is about N reg, Mk6 is 2002> Mk7 is 2009> off the top of my head.


http://www.forumammo.com/cpg/albums/userpics/10062/SiskoAnimated.gif

the one just released is the mk 5 :roll:
1 Like #18
lilsmithy
http://www.forumammo.com/cpg/albums/userpics/10062/SiskoAnimated.gif

the one just released is the mk 5 :roll:



Well you're both sort of correct. Officially there's only been five generations of the Polo but each mark (apart from the new mark 5) has had a facelift. So unofficially there has been nine different Polo marks (not including the Fun/Dune/Cross Polo)...
#19
Rubbish poor quality wheels with rubbish tyres which verge on down right dangerous. You'd be bonkers to go near these at any cost. Cheap doesn't = good.
#20
saw these the other day in store.

Ok, now I would never put Nankang tyres on my car but when I was 17......

They surely can't be too bad as they are regulated by british standards and they are sold by a national company. better than part worns! If you are going to go out and drive like an idiot then the best michelins won't compensate for that! Within the tolerances of the speed limits these will be fine
#21
Extrovert
Does anyone know if they will fit Kia Rio 5 door Hatchback 2007 model? Thanks


Round file and tank cutter, and it'll fit any piece of sh*t :thumbsup:
#22
oliverreed
Polos are 5 stud these days.

Anything inspired by "The Street" should be avoided, unless you like driving round with your foglights on all the time, have neon washers and lexarse lights.


Normally referred to as "cl1t cars" ... because every c**t has one :w00t:
#23
damnstudents
Ok, now I would never put Nankang tyres on my car but when I was 17......

Nankang are made by Yokohama, and personally I think they're great tyres. If they're good enough for my Twin Turbo Subaru (sans Lexarse lights of course), then they're good enough for the kind of cars that are owned by people who think Halfords is cool... :-D
#24
Good deal, but after-market alloys are chavy, you need the car manufacturer's official alloys to look good IMO.
#25
lazyacademic
Good deal, but after-market alloys are chavy, you need the car manufacturer's official alloys to look good IMO.


Tell that to someone thats paid over £5000 for a set of split rim BBS LM without tires :w00t:
#26
Nankang has nothing to do with yokohama, that's the kind of crap outed by dim witted tyre fitters. There's no british regulation for grip or wet weather performance. As for driving within perscribed limits, that's all fair and well but kind of goes out of the window when you need to brake sharply due to the actions of someone else or a pedestrian. They probably felt fine in a big grippy four wheel drive car. Decent tyres would have felt better :)

Just look at the independent reviews :)
#27
nowt wrong with nankangs i'v ran 225-30-20's on my passat for the last year on genuine 20" audi A8 wheels there great budget tyres
personally i wouldn;t run these wheels theres not many cheap aftermarket wheels worth having nowadays and replica wheels are dangerous there such poor quality
#28
There's loads of good budget tyres like toyo t1-r or falken fk452, nankangs are just cheap and nasty.
#29
http://www.conti-online.com/generator/www/de/en/continental/automobile/themes/news/download/dl_artikel_pdf_en.pdf

Nankangs aren't the worst, but also not the best. I know what I'd rather have when I'm doing an emergency stop on the motorway.
#30
This seems crazy cheap! I was looking at alloys for my fiat 500 but they were coming in at around £350 with tyres and I still had to buy another spare so about £400. This would save me around £100 and they look quite nice. I'm tempted...

I might go see these between Christmas and New Year my local doesn't have nay but there is availability 4 miles away. Thanks.
#31
Chris Morris;7308416
http://www.conti-online.com/generator/www/de/en/continental/automobile/themes/news/download/dl_artikel_pdf_en.pdf

Nankangs aren't the worst, but also not the best. I know what I'd rather have when I'm doing an emergency stop on the motorway.

I'll admit conti's perform well but there are other premium brands out there that perform as well but will not need replacing at evey 10,000 mile service. They are notoriously soft - I only found this out when wife's brand new Peugeot's tyres were illegal after only 13,000 front and 19,000 rear. Asked around and checked a few forums and it's apparently very common. Now on Pirellis and still going strong on 22,000.
#32
These are for people who like lights on the bottom of their cars and fire coming out of the exhaust pipe.
#33
Spark
These are for people who like lights on the bottom of their cars and fire coming out of the exhaust pipe.


vroooom....vroooommmm....:viking:
#34
the Tyres are ditchfinders. Avoid at all costs. £250 wouldn't even cover the cost of 2 new decent tyres....
#35
theonefromLondon
the Tyres are ditchfinders. Avoid at all costs. £250 wouldn't even cover the cost of 2 new decent tyres....


It would for that size, it would almost buy a set of 4 decent tyres.

However, I really can't believe that such poor tyres are still being purchased by people. They are key to road safety.:x
#36
Phil21
Nankang are made by Yokohama, and personally I think they're great tyres. If they're good enough for my Twin Turbo Subaru (sans Lexarse lights of course), then they're good enough for the kind of cars that are owned by people who think Halfords is cool... :-D

Subaru - says it all really!
#37
mbh69
nowt wrong with nankangs i'v ran 225-30-20's on my passat for the last year on genuine 20" audi A8 wheels there great budget tyres
personally i wouldn;t run these wheels theres not many cheap aftermarket wheels worth having nowadays and replica wheels are dangerous there such poor quality

Your writing hints at your ability to discriminate between products, perhaps? Main product strength is that they touch the ground - just.
#38
Just watch your CAR insurence, as adding alloys (and declaring so) often bumps up your premium (and if u dont declare them you insurence is void!)
#39
So, in summary, buy a set of these, instantly reduce the value of your car to everyone except yourself, you will tell your insurance company of course, oh and we'll find you in a ditch very soon.

Car and tyre manufacturers spend millions developing the best metal and rubber for your car and then you put this rubbish on because you think it looks good! It's the people who most need safe cars who seem most inclined to do the opposite. Just look at the fatal accident statistics for 17 - 25 year old drivers.

Auto express recently did a back to back between premium tyres and this kind of stuff - VERY scary! If you have them please don't follow me too close.
#40
Extrovert
Does anyone know if they will fit Kia Rio 5 door Hatchback 2007 model? Thanks


yes they sould fit mate :santa:

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