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Stirling75

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Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« on: March 22, 2018, 01:54:43 PM »
Chasing a new set of shoes for my Alfa 75 V6 3.0L. Currently has a set of Simmons 15" on them. I prefer something with a bit more dish on them. Would be keen to swap if anyone was interested.

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2018, 06:55:26 PM »
all i got is these.

17's. No dish.

Youre welcome to check them out.

Re PCD, these were on my 916 GTV which is 5x98, however markings on the back suggest 5x100 so who knows. They fitted the 916 is all I know.

Given you'd said "dish" I dont think they'd be your thing. But meh :)


Past: 180SX | 300ZX Twin Turbo | 350Z HR Roadster | 300C 5.7 V8 HEMI | 98 GTV 2.0 TS
Present: 2002 GTV 2.0 TS | 147 TS | 74 Super Beetle | Porsche Cayman S 987.1
Future: I've stopped looking. Wife says "No more Alfas" lol.

crgmoody

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2018, 07:15:37 AM »
Hi

I have these if interested




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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2018, 07:07:50 PM »
916 and 159/147 wheels have different centrebore and as these wheels are hub centric, you must have centrebore machined to match the 75.
Don't attack the bore with a die grinder or dremel!
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ugame

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2018, 08:16:59 PM »
^^ thos above would suit your car better than mine.

But re bore size, that's a great point. I can check the centre bore on the 17's but they are larger than the 916 requires and came with spacer rings fitted as a result.
BUt as said before, no dish on mine.

And given the markings (shown) I really dont know if they're 5x98's or were 5x100's forced on.

I may get them measured actually as if the latter, I'd have more luck selling them on to a WRX owner (and they may suit better lol)

Did have them on scumtree for a while but got bored of the crazies.

Whatever wheels you choose. ALWAYS test fit. ALWAYS.

PCD and bore size is only the start.  Width, offset, and spoke design ALL play a vital role in how the wheels will sit, and what they clear and dont clear.

Many lessons learned from my time in the modified Jap car scene. Which is why I now tend to return cars to stock ;)


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Past: 180SX | 300ZX Twin Turbo | 350Z HR Roadster | 300C 5.7 V8 HEMI | 98 GTV 2.0 TS
Present: 2002 GTV 2.0 TS | 147 TS | 74 Super Beetle | Porsche Cayman S 987.1
Future: I've stopped looking. Wife says "No more Alfas" lol.

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #5 on: April 22, 2018, 10:17:04 AM »
Good advice mate, hows the Cayman?
Now:    1999 156 V6
             1981 GTV
Before: 2001 156 V6 (sadly cremated)

ugame

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #6 on: April 22, 2018, 03:40:58 PM »
Good advice mate, hows the Cayman?

Wonderful :) Have to keep pinching myself still.

BUT....still love the GTV to bits.
Past: 180SX | 300ZX Twin Turbo | 350Z HR Roadster | 300C 5.7 V8 HEMI | 98 GTV 2.0 TS
Present: 2002 GTV 2.0 TS | 147 TS | 74 Super Beetle | Porsche Cayman S 987.1
Future: I've stopped looking. Wife says "No more Alfas" lol.

poohbah

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Re: Anyone selling 5x98 PCD Wheels?
« Reply #7 on: April 22, 2018, 05:13:52 PM »
Choice is a terrible thing...
Now:    1999 156 V6
             1981 GTV
Before: 2001 156 V6 (sadly cremated)