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post #31 of 76 (permalink) Old 03-15-2014, 01:53 PM
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Brilliant pictures. Keep them moving. I can't wait to have my 5x114 conversion finished! We have no options for 5x98 other than crap knock off wheels in very generic specs
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Why don't you buy some bolts with moving heads? I have them for my OZ wheels. I think I paid about 80 euros for 20 bolts. You can change the diameter with 2mm, there is a lot of choice in 5x100 wheels . Like Audi & vw older models and Subaru.
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5x114 is where the real selection of wheels is at. I'm a big fan of the 3 piece wheels and our imported *** scene brings over everything 5x114 so I'll go for a pcd change.
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Okay that's a good reason. In Belgium the import scene is not that big.
Looking forward to see your upgrades :-)
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Mmmmmmmmmmm, widened GTV6 wheels would look great on your car. Maybe with some spacers to help fill the guards.
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Nice wheels! How wide are they and whats the offset?
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How and who would widen GTV6- 75 Evo Wheels l would like them as they look factory
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Schmidt TH line's are what you want. Look almost factory, 3pce so you can get the right offset and widths.

here's a link to a GTV6 wearing a set


Schmidt TH-Line Cup 3pc. (Polished with Stainless Radinox Rim) Alloy Wheels (Alloys) - Rimstyle.com
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Here still mine with my three years ago Schmidt TH Line.
The first picture equipped with 205/45 16 tires and the last two with the better 215/45 16.
The rims were 7,5J x 16 ET 26 2 and not 3 pieces (at least so were mine, maybe 15" inch are 3 pcs), very very strong but also quite heavy.
In my opinion they are great on GTV6.... see this one taken from the Net (I think even in 18" measure)!.
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Stainless barrels and lips are heavy, pricey (up to double compared to aluminium), more work to polish but have the advantage of minimal work to keep them polished to a mirror shine all year round. Didn't realise they were 2 piece.
I've seen aluminum lipped ones which are 3 piece, cheaper to make the barrels lips in aluminium to nail the perfect offsets or stance, lighter, easier/cheaper to polish and require a lot more effort to maintain the mirror polish.

They really looks great on that gtv6! I love the yellow lights too!
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Very light Team Dynamics Motorsport Pro Race 1.2 HP Silver 7Jx16 ET 20 front ET 15 rear!





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Those Team Dynamics look great. The previous? Hmmm...not so much. Sorry. haha. Although I do love that GTV6, the wheels just don't work.

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My 75 ASN on Stefano's ex 17" Steve Chambers SZ-wheels :-) with 205/40 R17. I think in the future I'll try 195 because they still hit every now and than.

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Which are better?


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The Ronal A1 wheels was originally proposed by Alfa selling points as 75 accessories (at least here in Switzerland). Beautiful wheels originally in 7J X 15.
I have it on my 75 Turbo however the rear Ronal wheels have been transformed in 8.5J X 15.
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