Only the 18” Giulietta wheel comes in telephone dial/horse shoe style. Theoretically the wheel should fit but….I do have a 4C and Giulietta with those wheels but not changing wheels for a while yet.
I guess they don’t then. All of my other Alfas have a 98mm pitch. Anyone know what parts bin our wheel hubs came from? Surely they wouldn’t be bespoke to the 4C?4C:
17 inch: ET33
18 inch : ET44
pitch : 5 x 98
18 inch: ET41
pitch: 5 x110
Fiat 500 on the hub size and configuration, with wildly different offsets, 17", I believe.I guess they don’t then. All of my other Alfas have a 98mm pitch. Anyone know what parts bin our wheel hubs came from? Surely they wouldn’t be bespoke to the 4C?
500’s, including Abarth all have four bolt wheel hubs. That’s why, with little thought, I assumed, without doing any investigation, that the five-hole Giulietta wheels hubs would have been used for our cars.Fiat 500 on the hub size and configuration, with wildly different offsets, 17", I believe.
Edit: on second thought, do all 500's just have four bolts?
Have a look at the QV Style Alloys Group Buy thread.Hi everyone,
Any new info on this topic ? Stelvio ? Guilia ? Julietta ? Mito ? Even in 17" would be better.
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Bolt pattern for the 8C is 5x110mm. They won’t fit.I am reading it thanks. Some of them are beauty. But I am still interested in knowing which other alfa wheels would fit and it would be a much cheaper solution.
I particularly like the look of the 8C wheels like the second pic.
Mito wheel bolts are 4x98mm and Giulia are 5x110mm.So only Alfa wheels from the 147 and GT will fit ? No Mito, Guilia etc ?
GT wheels don’t fit. I am making a set for someone now and it’s the same PCD but a wildly different wheel offset to where I doubt it’ll clear the brakes.So only Alfa wheels from the 147 and GT will fit ? No Mito, Guilia etc ?