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I may soon be the owner of a 1969 GT 1300 Junior. I would like to change the wheels on the car, which is now fitted with original factory wheels.

How do I know what size new wheels I can put on the car (i.e. Bolt pattern, rim diameter, wheel width)?

Thanks for any help!

phyzul
Oakville, ON, Canada
 

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I may soon be the owner of a 1969 GT 1300 Junior. I would like to change the wheels on the car, which is now fitted with original factory wheels.

How do I know what size new wheels I can put on the car (i.e. Bolt pattern, rim diameter, wheel width)?

Thanks for any help!

phyzul
Oakville, ON, Canada
try the search function...there have been numerous threads covering wheel and tire options...plenty of information out there already.
 

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The bolt pattern is 4 x 108 which is common with some Ford products. 14 or 15'' diameter rims, 6'' wide rims work well, 7'' can work when the suspension is tight enough, provided of course the offset is correct. While some Mustang wheels have been known to fit, modern mags available from non-Alfa sources are intended for front wheel drive cars and have way too much offset. You'll have to stick with what's available from Alfa specialists.
 

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Welcome to the AlfaBB! Alfaholics (and other vendors) sells a few different styles of "correct" wheels. Assuming you are in the USA the have very reasonable shipping rates as well. No affiliation just a FYI. As stated before... the "search" feature is your friend. There is even a poll about what wheels people like for GTVs.
 
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