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Considering these wheels as my winter set. I already have the tires (was a gift) in the OEM size so I’m trying to match the oem spec tires with aftermarket wheels. Any feedback on fitment issues/ thoughts on the brand? It’s for my QV.
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I don't know if I would trust the quality of a $936 set of 19" wheels from a brand I've never heard of on a 500hp vehicle. These just look like Work CR Kai replicas. I would look for a set of OEM wheels or something a little more reputable personally
 

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From a style perspective I would go with a completely different wheel. Those wheels look good but they are similar to the 5 holes.

However, the larger point has already been said. Be careful about the quality of these wheels. I bought a set of aftermarket custom wheels from a vendor on this forum and yes they were expensive. I absolutely love them and he helped me pick a style I liked. It was good having someone to bounce wheel designs off of who actually knows the Alfa brand. You can PM me or just message in this thread and I will give you more details if interested.
 

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From a style perspective I would go with a completely different wheel. Those wheels look good but they are similar to the 5 holes.

However, the larger point has already been said. Be careful about the quality of these wheels. I bought a set of aftermarket custom wheels from a vendor on this forum and yes they were expensive. I absolutely love them and he helped me pick a style I liked. It was good having someone to bounce wheel designs off of who actually knows the Alfa brand. You can PM me or just message in this thread and I will give you more details if interested.
I agree- I’ve been looking for an OEM set for a while for around $2k but haven’t had any luck. $3750-$4000 is a bit too much for me at this point for some winter wheels though. I’m open to anything around $2000 if there’s a quality set
 

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I agree- I’ve been looking for an OEM set for a while for around $2k but haven’t had any luck. $3750-$4000 is a bit too much for me at this point for some winter wheels though. I’m open to anything around $2000 if there’s a quality set
5-holes often go for <2000. I bought a second set to put all-seasons on for the New Mexico winter (light snow).
 

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Good to know!
Is that the price for a new set from a dealer/vendor? Or used?
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Used set in like-new condition, shipped, and bought here on the forum in the classified section. No tires or TPMS, of course.
 
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You could probably find a set of 5 holes for that money, though it might be a bit of a search. I also know there's the eBay seller that sells what they claim are forged aluminum replicas of a lot of the OEM styles including stelvio and giulia style 5 holes which would probably end up around 2000$ too. You can find testimony from people who've run them on here and I have a set on the way too.

Occasionally, ive seen QV sized 5 holes, Aspiras, and other reputable wheels for sale here a little above the 2000$ mark.

I've had some luck with ESR (wheel elitests hate them still, but their quality the last few years has been decent) that I ran on my last car (RF2s) that I know they'll do in 5x110 and probably have no issue with a 19x10 or similar size.
 

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You could probably find a set of 5 holes for that money, though it might be a bit of a search. I also know there's the eBay seller that sells what they claim are forged aluminum replicas of a lot of the OEM styles including stelvio and giulia style 5 holes which would probably end up around 2000$ too. You can find testimony from people who've run them on here and I have a set on the way too.

Occasionally, ive seen QV sized 5 holes, Aspiras, and other reputable wheels for sale here a little above the 2000$ mark.

I've had some luck with ESR (wheel elitests hate them still, but their quality the last few years has been decent) that I ran on my last car (RF2s) that I know they'll do in 5x110 and probably have no issue with a 19x10 or similar size.
Good to know -
I did find some ESRs but I read mixed reviews so I was hesitant. At the end of the day, its for a winter set so it's not like anything drastic will be happening with them. I couldn't care less about the brand- just need decent enough quality.
And yeah I guess I'll keep looking for 5 holes then. I've had a string of bad luck with ebay so I'll keep looking on forums/marketplace and see what I can find!
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I vote 5 hole as well.

That's what I did but also bc that's what I use for summer and I like the consistency of my car always looking the same. Plus I happen to love the look of them 😍
 
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I agree- I’ve been looking for an OEM set for a while for around $2k but haven’t had any luck. $3750-$4000 is a bit too much for me at this point for some winter wheels though. I’m open to anything around $2000 if there’s a quality set
Check out Aspira - they're on sale at times, (find Nick on FB) - quite a bit lighter than 5 hole, (I like them as my summer set)... and can use the 5 hole for winter.
 
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