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Will the stock 18 inch clear the QV's rotors etc? I can downsize 1" for autocrossing and the tires available for 18's are more plentiful?
 

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18" wheels will fit the Giulia QV with steel brakes only, the CCM brakes require 19" wheels.


That said, you need to be careful of the offset and shape of the back of the wheel, as the steel rotor QV brakes are still quite a bit larger than those on other Giulias.
 

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FWIW about 6 months ago I tried finding some 18s to run my QV on at the track and didn't have any luck. I was told by all kinds of vendors/wheel people that the QV steel rotors and calipers were too large. The only options I could find at the time were custom and cost a ton, so I finally gave up.
 

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FWIW about 6 months ago I tried finding some 18s to run my QV on at the track and didn't have any luck. I was told by all kinds of vendors/wheel people that the QV steel rotors and calipers were too large. The only options I could find at the time were custom and cost a ton, so I finally gave up.
The link I posted above is from centerline and claims to fit the qv provided it's non ccm
 

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The link I posted above is from centerline and claims to fit the qv provided it's non ccm

They're only 8" wide, stock rears are 10" wide. And the front calipers/rotors are huge on a QV. I'm not saying they won't fit, but I'd definitely confirm with Centerline before ordering, and make sure they'll cover return shipping if they don't fit.
 

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They're only 8" wide, stock rears are 10" wide. And the front calipers/rotors are huge on a QV. I'm not saying they won't fit, but I'd definitely confirm with Centerline before ordering, and make sure they'll cover return shipping if they don't fit.
That's a good point. I will call them
 

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They're only 8" wide, stock rears are 10" wide. And the front calipers/rotors are huge on a QV. I'm not saying they won't fit, but I'd definitely confirm with Centerline before ordering, and make sure they'll cover return shipping if they don't fit.
That's a good point. I will call them
Let us know the results please. That looks to be an affordable alternative for the three months I need to run winter tires.
 

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Let us know the results please. That looks to be an affordable alternative for the three months I need to run winter tires.
Will do. I'm doing tomorrow
 

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What did they say?
They said they would fit but I was still cautious. Also I couldn't find winter tires I liked in 18s so I ended up buying a spare set of 5 holes 19 staggered
 
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