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17" OZ Avior on my dads GTV:
Spot on if you ask me...
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17" OZ Avior on my dads GTV:
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theyre lovely
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Here is the wheels I will fit on my GTV TB:
Custom made Speedline 8x18. Intended for racing, but with new pait eg. gunmetal or ultraleggera silverish it will be smooth. The cool thing is that there is only 4 set of these in the world...
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Got any other pics of your car? That looks really good for PH3!
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Got any other pics of your car? That looks really good for PH3!
Sorry, no. It is a friend of mine that have helped build this racer for the Norwegian Corsa Italiana series.
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Thanks for the love people. Tip for 18 lovers: Go wider at the back 235X40R18 or 245X35R18 and 225x40R18 at the front.
I know it's a long shot 'cause Gold didn't login since August last year, but i'll take my chances!

Did you have to use hub centric rings? If so, what size?
And what center caps did you use? Do the caps for Alfa 159 fit? The center caps size seems to be 60mm..

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I know it's a long shot 'cause Gold didn't login since August last year, but i'll take my chances!

Did you have to use hub centric rings? If so, what size?
And what center caps did you use? Do the caps for Alfa 159 fit? The center caps size seems to be 60mm..

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I put 235/40 18" all round on mine. Were fine at the back but a bit of scuff at the front, so put simple 10mm spaces all round and changed to a shorter bolt length as well as the ET was slightly different. Not sure if this didnt make the rear camber look a little extreme though.
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Those OZ Avior looks great even in 17"! I'd love to put them on my 156 daily-drive... I guess they are not available anymore? It'll be great to see them in 19" for GTV!
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I put 235/40 18" all round on mine. Were fine at the back but a bit of scuff at the front, so put simple 10mm spaces all round and changed to a shorter bolt length as well as the ET was slightly different. Not sure if this didnt make the rear camber look a little extreme though.
I don't wanna use spacers (at least, not yet). Wheels are 8x18 ET35, will sit 1mm outer than standard Teledials, so 10mm spacers might be a bit too much..
But the center bore seems different, so i will need centering rings. I was curious what size will i need the rings..
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I think it's 58.1 ID and just get ones made by your wheel manufacturer
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I don't wanna use spacers (at least, not yet). Wheels are 8x18 ET35, will sit 1mm outer than standard Teledials, so 10mm spacers might be a bit too much..
But the center bore seems different, so i will need centering rings. I was curious what size will i need the rings..
They scuffed the inner wheel arches to much on full lock without the spacers.
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I had the Multispokes from the GT fitted last summer and they were fine, they were not rubbing anything. And they are same size and ET.

Thanks NOS, i know the Alfa hub is 58.1, what i don't know is the bore of the wheel. They are same wheels as Gold's (actually Variante mirror and not Variante Chrome, but i suppose the bore is the same). I measured it eventually and seems to be 62.1, i was hoping Gold can confirm this.
Btw, MAK site $%^&, they don't give any information besides size, not even ET

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The manufacturer supplies them. I've got spigot rings on mine too, made by OZ they clip into the wheel nicely.
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I had the Multispokes from the GT fitted last summer and they were fine, they were not rubbing anything. And they are same size and ET.

Did they have 225s or 235s on?
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I don't wanna use spacers (at least, not yet). Wheels are 8x18 ET35, will sit 1mm outer than standard Teledials, so 10mm spacers might be a bit too much..
But the center bore seems different, so i will need centering rings. I was curious what size will i need the rings..

The ET of the Teledials is 30,5.
How is it possible the weels with an ET35 to sit outer?
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Teledials are 7.5" wide. The multispokes are 8" wide.
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i have 235, so maybe that is the difference. Or maybe my springs might be feeling a bit sad and old by now.
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Will let you know soon enough as i will be fitting Eibach sport springs.
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Teledials are 7.5" wide. The multispokes are 8" wide.
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OZ Avior... One of the best looking OZ wheels IMO. I was searching for them for a long time Wanted to get them on my 155. No luck...
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