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I want to upgrade from my 94 LS sausage cutters.
Am thinking about buying Tecnomagnesio from Centerline -they are clearing out their stock - prices are good. Has anyone had any trouble with fitment of 16x7's. They also have 17x7's but I am inclined to go for a bit more sidewall for ride reasons.

Here is an alfa chart I found that I cannot verify but I have seen enough people wondering about these numbers. The chart is from
Alfa Romeo guide for correct alloy wheel fitment, PCD, and offset of your car | Alloy Wheel Fitment

Model Year PCD Offset Bore
145 94 to 01 4×98 35 to 38 58.1
146 94 to 01 4×98 35 to 38 58.1
147 00 on 5×98 35 to 38 58.1
147 GTA 02 on 5×98 20 to 35 58.1
155 93 to 98 4×98 35 to 38 58.1
156 98 on 5×98 35 to 38 58.1
156 GTA 02 on 5×98 30 to 40 58.1
159 05 on 5×110 30 to 42 65.1
164 4-Stud 88 to 98 4×98 35 to 38 58.1
164 5-Stud 88 to 98 5×98 35 to 38 58.1
166 99 on 5×108 35 to 45 58.1
33 86 to 96 4×98 35 to 45 58.1
GT 03 on 5×98 35 to 45 58.1
GTV/Spyder 95 on 5×98 30 to 40 58.1
Mito 98 on 4×98 35 to 45 58.1

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I run 16x7, 35 mm offset (205x16 tires) Borbet type E's on my 91S and 94LS with no problems, not even spacers. I have a combination of 58.1 mm pattern and 100 mm pattern (using wobble bolts, no problems at all). Wouldn't mind several more 58.1 pattern type E's but the guy I know who has some wants too much for them, lol. The 100's work fine.
 
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