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My Wheels still for sale.

Just making another thread as the Ads in my first one are dead. I still have these 17" multispoke wheels for sale. They have 2 Coti sports with loads of thread and 2 no namers but they seem to be in good enough.
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Are these the GT multispokes? i.e. little 'teeth' in between the spokes?
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No man. They are are just plain spokes. I'll post more pics when i get home. They are a lovely wheel . I just have my eyes on another set.
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a few pics.
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Just noticed they are all of the same wheel.
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Nice wheels, look like the 17" accessory wheels from the Alfa catalogue, very similar to the early 17" GTA multispokes but with a few subtle differences, mostly being 7" & ET41 rather than 7.5" and ET35. Are you sure they are not 5x98?
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I'm pretty sure man, they were on with wobble bolts and it looks like there is a 2 mm or so difference.I was surprised when i took them off the black V6.

I like them but i don't "love" them. I have my eye on a set of bbs ch or gtv teledials. one or t'other.
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Sure they were wobble bolts and not just aftermarket 2-piece wheel bolts with loose collars? One way of finding out, whip a wheel off and see whats on the back of the spokes. If they are genuine Alfa wheels they will be worth more and easier to sell
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What would be on the back if they are genuine? (probably a stupid question)
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They'd be stamped Alfa or Fiat or Lancia, or maybe Speedline or Toora, there'd be an 8 digit part number, loads of other stuff too.
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I'll whip one of them off over the weekend and have a look. Unfortunately there isn't half as big a market for Alfa wheels over here as there is in the UK.
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I'll whip one of them off over the weekend and have a look. Unfortunately there isn't half as big a market for Alfa wheels over here as there is in the UK.
But similarly a lot less wheels for sale too, shipping a set from UK to Ireland is minimum £60-70 which gives any wheels already in Ireland an advantage
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yeah i suppose man. Sure we'll see. I go through phases of wanting to keep them and sell them. I might see how they look once my motor gets it's suspension fitted. It's been sitting in the hall for weeks. Just need to get some springs and ARB bushes sorted.
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What springs are you after? I can supply Powerflex ARB bushes if thats what you want to do. Are you on standard 22mm anti roll bar or 23mm GTA anti roll bar?
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I suppose eibachs (i have FSD dampers). They seem to be the one all the cool kids have. The ARBs are GTA ones.

Is it a big job swapping out the ARBs? (standard ones at the moment.)
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Yeah the front ARB is a bit of a big job, you have to drop the subframe. I know who you bought those FSDs & ARBs off now, I have worked it out
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Columbo eat your heart out.

Is it even worth doing with the GTA ones ? Is it that noticeable? Can you send me a price for the springs and bushes when you get a chance? Cheers man.
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Columbo eat your heart out.

Is it even worth doing with the GTA ones ? Is it that noticeable? Can you send me a price for the springs and bushes when you get a chance? Cheers man.
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