The light weight Panasports are stamped "Racing Only" and are probably not DOT compiant. But the standard issue Panasports are.Question...My local tire place, Les Schwab, (free beef with wheel/tire purchase)
told me they won't bring in Panasports because they aren't DOT compliant. However, they have the Rota brand wheels, in a choice of 14 and 15 with the right spacing. They look the same. Any opinions??
first time in a while I've seen a wheel type for the very first time, but I'm thinking that about these, don't recall seeing that exact one and I've scoured this website!....very cool, reminiscent of a Miura rim.Anyone know who made these wheels? There are no casting marks on either side. Just a sticker on the inside, in Italian, saying the 6x14 wheel is made for Alfa Romeos of various types(tutti i tipi) from 1300 to 2000.
They are Mille Miglia brand. Check out the '71 Spider in this thread: http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alfa-romeo-cars-sale-wanted/159376-alfa-trilogy-67-71-79-euro.htmlAnyone know who made these wheels? There are no casting marks on either side. Just a sticker on the inside, in Italian, saying the 6x14 wheel is made for Alfa Romeos of various types(tutti i tipi) from 1300 to 2000.
I just had a set of these rims refinished. I had asked to have them painted silver, but they painted them black. Should I just leave them black or should I send them back to be painted silver?
Also, I am looking for the correct center caps and lug nuts. The lug nuts are the shank style, 12mm x 1.5. The shank is 3/4" (19mm) diameter x 3/4" long. The only ones I can find are either too small in diameter or they are 14 mm threads.
I have no clue what the wheel centers look like.