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So does anyone know the part number for the Ti Sport 19 inch 5 hole dark wheels?
 

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The 19 inch by 8 inch dark 5 hole number is - 156107474
The 19 inch by 9 inch dark 5 hole number is - 156107525

I don't know the number for the 8.5 or 10 inch versions.

I have the 8's on the front and 9's on the rear for a staggered set up - which grips like you can't believe.
 

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Giulia Ti
Front/Rear 19x8.0 Dark 5-Hole Wheel [WCT]: 6CP06U3SAA
Rear 19x9.0 Dark 5-Hole Wheel [WCT]: 6FM59U5GAA

Giulia Quadrifoglio
Front 19X8.5 Bright Silver 5-Hole Wheel [WS2]: 6CQ44U0OAA
Front 19X8.5 Dark 5-Hole Wheel [WCU]: 6CQ44U3SAA
Rear 19X10.0 Bright Silver 5-Hole Wheel [WS2]: 6EB13U0OAA
Rear 19X10.0 Dark 5-Hole Wheel [WCU]: 6EB13U5GAA
 

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Can the Quad 19 x 10 5-hole gray wheel be used on the rear of a Ti? I have 2018 Ti Sport with square 19” 5-hole grays, 8” front and back. I’d like to go 10” in back but want to know if they’ll look like a correct match for my front 8”ers...
 

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Can the Quad 19 x 10 5-hole gray wheel be used on the rear of a Ti? I have 2018 Ti Sport with square 19” 5-hole grays, 8” front and back. I’d like to go 10” in back but want to know if they’ll look like a correct match for my front 8”ers...
Yes and no. It will fit, but if you use the QV size tires the rears will stick out a little bit. QVs have a small fender flare to keep things legal. Check out the thread on using slightly narrower tires on QV wheels on a 4 cylinder Giulia.

 

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Thanks yes I saw that thread.. my thought was to mount 255 tires on the 10”ers. My main concern is, will the quad 19 x 10– 5-hole grays cosmetically match my front 8”ers on my Ti. They’ll bolt up fine, same hub dimensions across all Giulias, right?

Edit—reading closer-a 265 is a better fit for the 10”?
 

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265 should yield better handling on a 10" rim at possibly the cost of some loss of maximum lateral g force and increased exposure of the rim to curbing. On a QV the tire width is also important to help prevent tire overheating.

The 8" front wheels favor relatively narrow tires. The Pirelli 225 40R19 is a good fit on that wheel.

The 5 hole wheels are lighter than any of the Lusso wheels, but Tecnicos are lighter still. I believe there are some after market options now that are a little lighter than the Tecnicos. Lower wheel weight translates into improved handling and better on-road traction due to the tire staying in contact with the ground better.

I am running Michelin PS A/S 3+ 245 35R19 on Tecnico 19x8.5 wheels (square setup). I am pretty happy with that on my Q4 although the tires are a bit wide for the wheels. YMMV.
 

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Thanks for the info. Let me rephrase my question--is the wiser choice--for a 4cyl. Ti--to go with 9" rear rims with 255-section tires? Not looking for a silly, over-wide look, or for possible rubbing. The factory Ti staggered option includes 8" front, 9" rear, is this correct?
 

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Correct, staggered is 8" F / 9" R. I'd go up a size on the tires though. 235/40/R19 and 265/35/R19... Diameter is within 2mm between front and rear.

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