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post #61 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-01-2003, 08:56 AM
 
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75 T: 16x7.5 O.Z. Racing Superturismo with 215/40 tires
Alfetta: 15x7 (I think it's 7) Mille Miglia Stefan with 205/50 Pirelli PZero C. Sanded them down and repainted in a "Titanium" color, looks great!

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post #62 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-01-2003, 09:36 AM
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I've got 9 of these for the car. They are 14x6 with an offset of (if I've measured correctly) 24mm. The only markings on them are "14x6JJ" and the word "Performance". If any one can tell who makes them, and what they are called, I would like to get three more. That way I can have two complete sets for the slicks, and one set for rain tires. I'd also like to find two of these three new wheels with a 33 to 35mm offset so that I can get my 205/50's inside the rear fenders without them rubbing.

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I almost forgot: I have a spare set of Momo Vega rims. Don't know if they are for sale though.
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post #64 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-03-2003, 12:27 AM
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REPOST....previous pic link died

Here is a duplicate picture of my wheels. I had linked my previous post to ar-spider.com but it has ceased to exist. So nothing new. Just reposting the info from before:

14 x 6 Daytonas. I don't know manufacturer for sure....but know they are not Campangolos......maybe FPS. Modified 50mm center caps cut down to fit the 48mm hole of the wheel.

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1978 AR Spider Veloce 2000....the first and still here...Bianco
1984 AR Spider Veloce............the second & gone to the parts bin....Rosso
1992 AR Spider Veloce............the third and still here...Bianco
1991 AR 164L........................the fourth and traded on the SS....Rosso
1965 AR Sprint Speciale..........the fifth...in boxes....sold....Bianco
1978 AR Spider Veloce 2000....the sixth gone to be a parts car...slow black
1967 AR Giulia Sprint GT.........the seventh with Gregg and sold......Rosso
1993 AR Spider Veloce............the eighth with Gregg and still here....Verde Inglese
1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi.............the first and still here....Azzurro
1999 Ferrari 355F1 Spider........the second and still here....TdF Blue[/SIZE]

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[The only markings on them are "14x6JJ" and the word "Performance". If any one can tell who makes them, and what they are called, I would like to get three more. [/QUOTE]

Hi Gifford,

These rims are a long way from home. They are made by 'Performance' and Australian company, very popular in Aus & NZ.

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I believe those "Performance" alloys used to be sold through AR Ricambi in the US>

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15x7 Exip's with a 25mm offset.
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15x7 Exip's with a 25mm offset.
Those are the same wheels the PO put on my Spider, with Pirelli P4000 tires. (I can't confirm the offset on mine, though.) He claimed to occasionally get some tire rub. I'm assuming that new bushings will help that.
Any idea how hard it would be to get another wrench for the lug nut covers? I keep mine in the glove box (in case I get a flat, how would I change it otherwise?) but I'd like a spare to keep at home. I haven't looked into it yet. Are they the same for all of this model wheel, or would I somehow have to specify the pattern on the wrench?

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My wheels:

185/70 HR 14 on rims Campagnolo 6 J X 14” .

This was the original equipmet.
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Those are the same wheels the PO put on my Spider, with Pirelli P4000 tires. (I can't confirm the offset on mine, though.) He claimed to occasionally get some tire rub. I'm assuming that new bushings will help that.
Any idea how hard it would be to get another wrench for the lug nut covers? I keep mine in the glove box (in case I get a flat, how would I change it otherwise?) but I'd like a spare to keep at home. I haven't looked into it yet. Are they the same for all of this model wheel, or would I somehow have to specify the pattern on the wrench?
Since it appears you have the same rims as i do i would contact www.international-auto.com 1-800 726-0555 they should have some of those wrenches for sale. You have a really good second question, i realy haven't thought about it untill today. I would think that the wheel wrench would be universal for that model rim but just to be sure i would give international auto a call because that's where i got my rims.

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These will go on the Ti when I can get some panasports.
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My GT1600Junior wears MOMO 14x6 (are they called VEGA??)
My GT1300Junior now wears 14'' steel wheels but I also have its original 15x4,5 Firsats
My Giulia 1300ti wears original 15x4,5 Firsat steel rims

I have also
- GTA1600 original Campagnolo 6Jx14 (4 pcs)
- GTAm original Campagnolo 6Jx13 (5 pcs) - (6x13!!! very strange numbers - does anyone know what car wears them?)
- MOMO Indianapolis 6Jx14 - need painting.
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Yes, these are called Momo Vega's
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I got to get me some of those rims.

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i have 2 sets for sale, but they come with either a 74 GTV or 78 Spider.

''Aerodynamics is for people who can't build engines"- Enzo Ferrari
"Back in my day, tires were skinny and the drivers were fat"- Fangio
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