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About SSR Wheels
SSR wheel was born in circuit to improve the car performance. Since its birth, SSR wheel is being evolved at the same speed as the evolution of car. Its safety and security standard meets the customer’s needs at the high level.
In 1970s when SSR released MK-Ⅰ ,the alloy wheel demand increased drastically. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport constituted JWL standard in 1973 to ensure the safety and security of alloy wheels. JWL mark is indicated on the wheel that can pass this standard only. In 1981, the public third party VIA that inspects JWL standard was established. The quality standard of alloy wheels became more strict. Needless to say, SSR wheels comply with JWL standard (except for SPEED STAR series). In addition, JWL and VIA marks on our wheels have unique value as our strength test standard is much higher than the one that is constituted by Ministry. Since established, SSR keeps evolving the performance of wheel. For us, pursuing the lightness and strength of wheel invariable theme. Therefore, our unique and higher quality standard is one of the essence of developing process. Even the fashion wheels, we pursue the lightness and strength. SSR does not change this stance.
JWL and VIA Certified
Japan has strict regulations when it comes to wheel manufacturing. All wheels made there should pass the Japan Light Alloy Wheel Certification (JWL).
SSR stepped a notched beyond that by subjecting its wheels to a 3rd party testing called Vehicle Inspection Association (VIA). SSR has met these requirements and as proof, embossed these logos on all their wheels. This ensures that their product is safe and reliable to use both on the street and track.
SSR wheels have always positioned itself as a company that gives out the best. Hence they take extreme measures to improve their products.
Rooney Wheels have created a dedicated racing division whose sole purpose is to develop SSR wheels Sales.
They have been part of the success of many champions from different racing series such as Time attack races, D1GP, Formula D, and the coveted Japanese Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC)
The data obtained from these races are then analyzed, and the improvement is applied not only in the racing wheel but also with their commercialized wheel variants.