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I just had a very nice conversation with the owner of Kleen Wheels. I was inquiring about the availability for our Giulias. He said no. He said that there are too few currently sold to warrant the expense to tool-up and begin manufacturing, and stocking them. He said that he lost his ass with the 164's.

Then, he asked which model I owned, and my opinion of the car. He said that his wife's lease was coming due and that he was considering a new Giulia. After our conversation, he said that he would definitely take a look, and a test drive.

Perhaps there is hope...


FYI, I have used Kleen Wheels on several vehicles, and have always been 100% satisfied with their ability to keep the wheels clean and free of brake dust. I have put 100's of thousands of miles on these cars with no ill effects.
 

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Would those fit at all on the front? There is very little clearance between the front brake calipers and the wheel spokes. Seems like it would drastically alter the appearance of the car too.
 

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Would those fit at all on the front? There is very little clearance between the front brake calipers and the wheel spokes. Seems like it would drastically alter the appearance of the car too.
The material is very thin, about .025" and they are shaped just right.
On wheels with many spokes and not a lot of open space between the spokes, (like the Lusso wheels) they look just fine. It is these wheels that are time consuming and difficult to clean. On wheels with few spokes or a lot of open space between the spokes, it does alter the appearance.

They are built more for function, than fashion.
 
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