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Info from 1st post in thread.
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addition to the list

Heres an addition to the list:

FPS: Model 1088 Manufactured 1969
6x14, ET28, 4x108
weight 6.0 KG = 13.2 lb (without center caps)

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nice wheels! i never thought that they'll look great on a super! a friend happens to have the same set sitting on a shelf.
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Is anyone out there able to give us the specs for the Momo Vegas??

These are a popular period wheel in both 4 x98 and 4 x 108 variants, with both "metal caps" and "plastic caps". The later being stronger with different offsets, I believe.

I've raced on these for the last eight years. I believe that they are strong yet light and have a favourable offset.

Alas, all mine (8 of them!) are mounted on race tyres...

Good to see the information on the BWA Sportstars. I have a set of 4 x 108 which came on the 2000 GT veloce I brought 20 years ago (plus a few spares along the way.) I think they're great (and very light) but no one else here thinks that much of them.

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Montreal wheels

Another one for the list:

Alfa Romeo Montreal
Campagnolo "Turbina", Elektron alloy.
Bolt circle: 4x108
Offset: ET25
Size: 6.5 x 14
Weight: 5.8 kg / 12.7 lbs
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Thatsa nica wheels!
Looks like the old and rare "starburst" Campy on very early 275 GTB's. (I have a set)
Your fingers bleed after you clean brake dust from these neat wheels, but it's worth it!
Very nice!


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Ruspa wheels?

I just found these Ruspa wheels on e-Bay Italy. The seller lists them for "Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Duetto 1750 2000". They are 6x14 and 4x108 but there's no indication as to the offset.

Unfortunately they're closing in an hour and they're already out of my price range ($740 incl. shipping), but they look great!

I've done a bit of research but can find very little about these. Does anyone have any info?
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Bump to make note that the 1st post in the thread is all balled up and informationally useless now for some reason. (or at least it is when I view it here)
yep--nothing but html text

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Yeah, Simon did some sort of update to the BB software a while back that broke my beautiful table. If enough people PM him maybe he'll turn something back on for HTML tables. It is a little weird to have a sticky thread where the main bit of useful info is broken.

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What happened to the table? It's all HTML code. Used to work.

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'71 Ronal Wheels

Hi Guys,

I have a set of very dirty Ronal wheels for my '72 2000GT.

Brand: Ronal
Model: No idea, but is has a cool 'Made in W.Germany' cast into it.
Bolt circle: 4x108
Offset: Not exactly sure
Size: 14 x 6
Weight: 6.0 kg / 13.2 lbs

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has anyone got info on milano and verde wheels wieghts?

this thread really needs a full clean up, deleting old useless posts and enter all the new info into the table...

Message me if any of my pictures are down and you would like them. Send me the topic link and I'll reupload them properly.
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Thanks to Tifosi for posting the updated table (in 2009).

I'll add the early 105 steel wheel, 15x4.5, offset 38mm (which surprised me for such a skinny wheel) and 17.2 lbs.

What is the offset of the 14x5.5 105/115 steel wheel? Anyone?

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Offset of steel wheel 14 x 5.5"

I think it is the same as the Turbinas at 38mm. But I seem to remember measureing one years ago at about 39mm could be the math or my eyes ?

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Mille Miglia

I just acquired a set of 4 14x6 Mille Miglia wheels from a fellow BB'er. They appear to be in really good shape with all the center caps. The hole for the stem measures 14.5mm--not sure thats standard but I don't know. The face appears to have been beed blasted--not sure whether to leave the finish as is or try to polish. Either way I'll repaint the red in the center caps. The outer face has an Alfa stamp, 14x6, Mille Miglia, Maifrini-BS, Made in Italy, MOD. DEP., and 72 in the center of the calendar on the inside of the wheel. The wheels weigh 12.4lbs on an accurate scale. If I measured the offset correctly, they are +19.5. Not sure on this because they don't seem to match any of the other wheels listed in this post--I may be screwing up the measurement. I just ordered a set of Pirelli P4 185x70x14 tires from discount tire and plan to mount them on my 1750 spider veloce which currently runs 14"" steel wheels with Bridgestone 195x60x14 (they were brand new and came on it when I acquired the car--I don't really care for Bridgestone). A guy across the river will mount and balance for 10 bucks a tire--I'll just have to be carefull he doesn't screw up the wheel. In the past , the largest tire I ever ran on a 105 was 185x70x14 and believe I'll be happier with those than the 195's.

I measured the offset by measuring rim width edge to edge 175mm.
(back side of rim) from wheel mounting surface to straight edge depth 107mm.
175/2=87.5-107= +19.5mm. Is this correct? Does anyone know what alloy they are?
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