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OZ Ultraleggera 17 and 330 brakes

Hi guys,

I know there are few threads on this topic but it is not clear yet if those wheels (17x7.5 ET35) fit the 330 setup.

I would like to buy those wheels, for my 156 20v, especially because they are so lightweight.

It looks like this guy was able to fit them and I was wondering if I can use the 17x8 ET35 (if they exist) in order to have more clearance.

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/alfa-...ml#post5506585

Thank you for your help!
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With the 17x8 ET35 you won't have problem....should be the same with the 7.5 even 7..but I am not 100% sure with that
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Adding a 5mm hub centric spacers should be fine
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I'm not 100% sure yet if the 17x8 version is aviable with the 5x98 pattern. Anyway I wouldn't like to use spacers, somehow I don't trust them!
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Yes, it is available in that size and 5x98 PCB, unlike 5mm hubcentric spacers, which are technically impossible unless for a wheel with a larger CB than the hub.
Also, the wheels will fit, but they are very very close to the calipers.
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Thank you man,

I guess coilovers do not affect the fitting, isn't it?
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