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The wheels on the cuadrifoglio are 19x8.5 and 19x10 but what are the offsets? Is the bolt circle the conventional Alfa (5x98)?
 

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Interesting. They list front as 19x8.5 et 31 with a 5x110 bolt circle and 63.4 center bore while rear is 19x10 et 30.
 

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Interesting. They list front as 19x8.5 et 31 with a 5x110 bolt circle and 63.4 center bore while rear is 19x10 et 30.
Wondering where you found the info about wheel offset.

Dealership tells me that the 19x10" QV rims are a ET 41 offset.
 

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OEM manufacturer wheels often times have the wheel width and offset listed on the backside of one of the spokes or on the inner barrel. Haven't gotten that far yet! Probably should check the wheel bolt torque..
 

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There is a lot of bad info out there on wheel specs for the Quadrifoglio.

Here are the correct offsets (cast into the back of the wheel and verified with a ruler). The offsets are the same for the 5-hole and Tecnico wheel designs.

Front: ET 34
Rear: ET 41
 

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There is a lot of bad info out there on wheel specs for the Quadrifoglio.

Here are the correct offsets (cast into the back of the wheel and verified with a ruler). The offsets are the same for the 5-hole and Tecnico wheel designs.

Front: ET 34
Rear: ET 41
BOOM!

Thank you; this is in-line with the info I collected as well.
 

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Adding this here since there is so much misinformation on the wheel sizes and offsets:

5 Spoke:


Available sizes:

FRONT: 8,5 X 19 ET 34
REAR: 10 X 19 ET 41
FRONT: 8 X 19 ET 33
REAR: 9 X 19 ET 44,5



Turbine Aluminum Wheels:


Available sizes:

FRONT: 8 X 18 ET 33
REAR: 9 X 19 ET 44,5



10 Spoke:


Available sizes:

FRONT: 8 X 18 ET 33
REAR: 9 X 19 ET 34

 

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The center bore for the Giulia is indeed 65.1

I received that spec directly from someone at Alfa Romeo Corporate.
Thanks to all of you providing the information on the wheels.
 

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Final sum up, Size, bolt pattern, spacers if necessary, etc....

So...for the Quad can someone please list all the size requirements for front and rear rims and perhaps recommend an All Weather tire ...... D
 

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Best All-Season I've found with sizes for the QV is Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+.

I've used them and their precursors on my Audi S4 in the Northeast for years and have never been disappointed.
I'm putting them on my QV next month.
 

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As Joe said there is a lot of misinformation out there right now. I am sure my son Jordan will chime in tomorrow. He has measured and verified all wheel specs, including clearances with the suspension fully compressed and extended. He did this so he could get the biggest wheels that would fit with no issues. He had these custom made to the correct specs.

Here is a picture:






Greg
 
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