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I don't know for sure but under Milano tab it appears people in the "know" feel like 164 hub is 58.1 and Milano hub 58.6.

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According to OZ Racing website "applications" page the fwd Alfa's use a hub center of 58.1 mm. Sorry, they don't have current applications for the Milano.
 

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I don't know for sure but under Milano tab it appears people in the "know" feel like 164 hub is 58.1 and Milano hub 58.6.

Experts please join in here.
to my knowledge:
164: 58.0mm
Milano: 58.5mm
When I supply H&R spacers to customers these are the correct hub sizes for both that they specify in their TUV certification which has to be accurate.
So I deem these most likely the correct numbers.
Steve I am sure your numbers do not make you off by much. ;)
Here are some sites which show numbers above.
Race Dynamics Alloy Wheel Fitment Guide
Ronnie Cowan Alloy Wheel Technical

H&R Spacers:
11015580 -ALFA ROMEO 164 6-Zyl.
wheel number of holes 5, except version with self levelling DR-System 10 mm 98/5, 58, 0 mm note 2, 3, offset: +20
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1014585 -ALFA ROMEO 75 (up to 1, 8 ie)
wheel number of holes 4, except version with self levelling DRS-System 10 mm 98/4, 58, 5 mm note 2, offset: +28
Hope that helps?

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G'Day Steve,

I'm using the same 156 wheels on both my 75 and 164. The wheels had to be reemed out by 0.5mm for the 75 but not the 164.

Having measured lots of things Alfa, I would guess that the numbers should be 58mm and 58.5mm. Alfa seem to like nice round numbers where possible.
 

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164: 58.1 mm
Milano: 58.6 mm

Jason,
Can you PM me prices for Milano spacers (5x98, maintaining hub centering)? I'm thinking of 5 mm or 10 mm.

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164: 58.1 mm
Milano: 58.6 mm

Jason,
Can you PM me prices for Milano spacers (5x98, maintaining hub centering)? I'm thinking of 5 mm or 10 mm.

Jes
Sure.
Here are the spec's:
015585-ALFA ROMEO 75 (ab 2, 0)
wheel number of holes 5, except version with self levelling DRS-System 10 mm 98/5, 58, 5 mm note 2, offset: +28
I have to order them from Germany now that H&R NA does not carry any alfa stuff.

Somewhere around $125 a pair.Hub centric Longer bolts included

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This guy may be able to get some 5x98 spacers.

Paul

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I'm going to order a set for the Alfetta to bump the rear wheels out 8mm. We'll see how it works and looks. I think that it will make the rear match up to the front a little better.
 

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This guy may be able to get some 5x98 spacers.

Paul

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I'm going to order a set for the Alfetta to bump the rear wheels out 8mm. We'll see how it works and looks. I think that it will make the rear match up to the front a little better.
The problem is they are not hub centric.

I will take my spacers to my CNC guy and see if he can make some Milano spacers for you only if it is a good price.

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Ahhhh... once again I see.

Paul
 
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