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I have these very wheels - and the car . The wheels will shortly be up for sale....
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Single nut conversion is interesting.. Would like to see pics on car/how everything is fitted..
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Hi there Dal 32 its a hub convertor kit that alfa do the convertor bolts directly onto the hub via torx bolts where your normal wheel studs bolt then you have a single spline & and nut which the wheel goes over the spline & the nut on afterward which tightens up left hand thread i will take some photos later and try to remember how to upload them here lol thanks for your interest
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There is at least one with 20", a black one in Swiss. It's in the gallery on www.cuoresportivo.ch , I'll stay on 19" as GTV is my weekend car.
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20" wheels on a GTV ??! Isn't it too big ?


Davor, have you some new pics of your GTV please ? I love it !!
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There is at least one with 20", a black one in Swiss. It's in the gallery on www.cuoresportivo.ch
This one ?

http://gallery.cuoresportivo.ch/gall...c/IMG_6073.JPG

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What about GT alloys these are 17" and a direct fir on to the GTV so no fuss or worries. Obviously down to personal choice. I know they may not be everyones cup of tea.
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i have those wheels on mine
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Isn't your GTV already lowered? Or am I wrong...
yes it is, 30mm but it's not my first choice. I must say it rides quite well for a lowered GTV
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Yes, ToxyMaTT, that is the one. By the way, I just got back from London, I saw only one GTV, it was a silver one, 3.0 with red leather. By the way, considering the number of BMWs in London someone could assume that Beemers are manufactured in UK! Anyway, Alfa is even more excluisve that way!
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20" wheels on a GTV ??! Isn't it too big ?


Davor, have you some new pics of your GTV please ? I love it !!
I found one new photo, it's from Grobnik Race Track, we had an Alfisti meet there few months ago:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...obnik-2011.jpg

And if you want to see Alfisti meeting photos, check this folder:

Index of /Alfa fotke/Grobnik_19-06-2011

There are a few very nice and tidy Alfas there...
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They 20" Ultraleggeras Davor?
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They 20" Ultraleggeras Davor?
19" Superleggeras
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What about GT alloys these are 17" and a direct fir on to the GTV so no fuss or worries. Obviously down to personal choice. I know they may not be everyones cup of tea.
I love those on a GTV ... they need spacers though, and are even harder to get hold of than teledials.
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I love those on a GTV ... they need spacers though, and are even harder to get hold of than teledials.
......if you buy new ones or a car with them already fitted & no spacers required.
(actually these are Superleggeras)

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Those GT wheels do need spacers on the V6 cars
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The red one looks really good, Clive. Those are 18s, right?
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Has the Nuvola with the 19" OZ had a 4-stud hub-conversion?
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Those GT wheels do need spacers on the V6 cars
yes, sorry I wasn't following the posts properly...I was in 'OZ ....Legerra' mode, hence my post with pics. I've just sold a lovely set of GT 5 hole alloys, been advertised on here for ages.

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The red one looks really good, Clive. Those are 18s, right?
19s on 235/35s

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Has the Nuvola with the 19" OZ had a 4-stud hub-conversion?
no, they're 5 'stud' wheels.

They came fitted to the red 'G6 GTV' when it had FK coilovers, which now is my 'G6 GTV Cup-a-like', & I sold them on the Nuvola Blue GTV with new std shocks with std springs.

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If there is any details on the width and offset of these wheels I would be very interested to know!
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19s on 235/35s
Superleggeras always looked smaller. Anyway, they fit the GTV nicely
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I have just listed the 18" jet Chrome alloys on ebay Wheels are in good nick but the chrome is a bit pitted after last winters salty roads (previous owner - I always stick an old set of wheels on my cars for the winter).

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