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Multispokes I think.

They are definitely not called Pete. :)
 

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Hello all.
Want to change my alloys but I have no idea what the ones I have are called, any ideas??


Pete.
They are 16" alloys I think. According to an old 159 brochure they are referred to as "431" Sorry but there are no names on any of the alloys in the brochure.


If you go on the Alfa Romeo site configurator they have all the names.

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Nope, those alloys are not on the .ie / .co.uk or .com sites.
 

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They are the same as the one's I had on my first 159 in Norway. I think they are 16s too.
 

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I think that they are just called 16" spoke
 

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Yup, they are 16 inch multispokes, standard fit on all the Tourismo models apart from the 3.2 V6.
I have the on mine, well, for a week or so anyway, then its on with the 18 inch horseshoes! Ding dang doo...
 

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Thanks all...
Thinking of some horse shoes for mine too....

Pete.
Go on you know you want to! You won't regret it once you've done it either!
 

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they are called 16inch wirespokes - also available as 18 inch, one of the nicer wheels
....until it comes to ceaning the brake dust and road grime off them! Pain in the rear for sure..
 

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Yes they are (were) a PITA to clean, the Ti multispokes are much easier.
You're right but when you are cleaning them it makes you feel good. Easiest ones I thought were the 18" 5 hole horseshoes
 
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