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Thanks. I switched to 195/65x14 Falken. A little harder to park, but stick in the dry. Wet, I take it easy. The diameter is almost exactly the same with no clearance issues. The wheels are standard Alfa steel Graduate wheels.
 

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Late 2000s came with 185/70-14. It's not a real common size nowadays, but you can find them, and is a perfect fit on this wheel.

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Offsets

The rim in the pic has a 38mm offset.

Just to be clear: Rim width (in this case 5.5") is measured between the inside of the flanges for the tire mount, not overall width. as the rolled edge adds about 1/2" to the equation.

If the seller simply gave you the "backspacing" (distance from hub mounting surface to the rims mounting flange (not the rolled lip) it would be easy to compute the rim`s offset.
 

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Can you translate that Rich?
605203840 AR Part No. ?
5 1/2" rim width
J rim flange shape (most common)
14 rim diameter in inches
H2 rim hump, according to my Bosch Automotive Handbook
38 offset mm I think
CMR who knows, Manufacturer?
R1-832 manufacture part no.?
0619/2 manufacture date code?

My Phonedials say: C30 6Jx15H2
 

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CMR who knows, Manufacturer?
yes, CMR is the manufacturer......."Costruzioni Meccaniche Rho"
(actually the famous Borrani wheel manufacturer and CMR are interlinked, the same company so to speak.....something like that)

your phonedials will be marked "FPS".......that's "Foundry Pedrini Siena"
 
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