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Discussion Starter #22
And here we go with new emblems . Front , back and wheels . Slowly but in good direction . Spider must be ready for Forza Italia ( Polish edition ) and Alfacity 2019 ;)

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Could these be sent to England and if so how much?



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I must first check which type of shipment will be cheaper, pallet or two packages. And question is : you want them with tires or rims only? Due to the weight, this may have an impact on shipping costs

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Zender Sienas are in my memories. Now i bought Kerscher CS 18" 5x100 and will try to fit them with tires .


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Let us know how you get on with the staggered wheel combination.... Does is need different depth spacers / pcd offset adapters and did the different size circumferences upset the abs etc? Spider looks fantastic....
 

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Please say that you are using adaptors of some kind (or maybe you changed the hubs)? I've seen the result of using wrong PCD wheels, it is not pretty. GTV/Spider is 5x98.
 

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Im using bolts like this ( m14 ) . I also have it in my Alfa 159 and rims with 5x112 . Its safe and used in motorsport like adaptors. Im not using adaptors with those Kerscher wheels because of ET -4 and 0 .


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I would be very thoughtful about using wobble bolts to fix incorrect pcd wheels. Proper offset adaptors would be preferable. Love your spider and the wheels look amazing. I put oz ultralegarro on my ph3 gtv using 20mm pcd adaptors to push the wheels to et21 to widen stance and clear chassis.....
 

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This wheel is too wide and has also small ET to put adaptors on it. the second thing is that between 5x98 and 5x100 you have a hole offset of 1mm. The bolts themselves have a higher hardness than the original ones, they sit perfectly in the hub and the cone itself is movable and fits perfectly in the hole of the rim

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This is the same thinner wheel on those two photos . And now put there 20mm adaptors. By the way , there will be wider rim on the back :)


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adaptors are made of aluminum with metal threaded sleeves. Now tell me what breaks sooner, a steel bolt or aluminum adaptor to which the wheel is screwed? I feel safer on a steel bolts than a wheel screwed to an aluminum adaptor

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My friend who has my Sienas also want to make wide back wheels so now its 9inch custom with japaneese rim lip :) .


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