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What are the BEST aftermarket wheels you've seen on a Ferrari?

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by F1Ace, Mar 23, 2004.

  1. F1Ace

    F1Ace F1 Rookie

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    I see aftermarket wheels sometimes on 308's etc., but mostly people just go stock. Anyone have any pictures of what they think were good choices for aftermarket wheels on 308's or 328's? Actual car pics would be great!

    And where can you find a good selection? That's a toughy!

    Thanks!
    Wes
     
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  3. noony

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    I have never seen aftermarket wheels which look better than the stock ones.
     
  4. Mitch Alsup

    Mitch Alsup F1 Veteran

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    I would not go that far, but the number that look as good or better are few and very far between.
     
  5. noony

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    Probably, I haven't seen that many aftermarket wheels ;)

    Those ones put on an enzo were pretty nice though ;););););)
     
  6. Auraraptor

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    IMO, using other model Ferrari wheels is best.

    I really like the F512M and 360 wheel designs for such. Though the 456 17's may be more practicle given the amount of rubber you can squeeze on the rim is more.

    http://ferrarichat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=10071

    I am putting on 360 for now. Just about any later model Ferrari wheel will fit your car, but spacers might be needed. Other thing to note is that often time, the rears may not work if they are >9.5 inches, so you might need to go with a set of fronts only.

    AFTERMARKET:

    http://www.groupawheels.com/prod01.htm
    Our bolt patter is 5x108. Note the offsets, your offset is +11 I think, so spacers may be needed to adapt larger offset wheels.

    Other is speedline. Try google to find their site. They can make the wheels with the right offset, BUT that really limits your choices.
     
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  8. F1Ace

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    Those ones are GREAT! They're like the MOMO ones that came out a few years back, a split 5 spoke. Those would be perfect but I can't find them.

    Grrrrrrrrrrr
     
  9. 512tr

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    hre on a 360 giallo
     
  10. rivee

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    compomotive
     
  11. alanhenson

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    HREs. Great with the yellow calipers.
     
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  13. sjmst

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    Agreed
     
  14. snj5

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    17" OEM Speedlines (7.5/8.5); This model was sold as an F-Dealer option while I was in Europe.
     
  15. wax

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  16. PeterS

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    The absolute best looking wheels are the gold honneycomb Gotti's that are on my 308 (See profile). Beacause I am a sport, I am willing to swap these wheels for a set of 16" 5-Stars to an FChat member. I'll even pay the freight in the US. I know you are probably saying 'No Way', but yes, it's true!
     
  17. Mule

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  18. Mule

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    Compomotive 2
     
  19. abarthracer

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    If you don't mind me asking, how much for those wheels and where to get them?
    Thanks
    David
     
  20. Mule

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    About $2500 for 4 wheels, 6 center caps, 20 bolts, delivered.
     
  21. 348 Turbo

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    personnally, I love the Etoiles on Steve Rochlin's 308 QV Euro!
     
  22. rjklein

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    Put these on my 360
     
  23. 95spiderman

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  24. jenzo

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    Without a doubt....these lkok tough...!! I believe that scuderiasystems provided the set up of that car...

    j3nzo
     
  25. callaides

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    Chrome on any Ferrari? No thanks... Stock or bare aluminum for me--but preferrably stock.
     
  26. banduga

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    What wheels are those? I think they look great!
     
  27. bert308

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    Are these the MOMO you meant?
    http://home.tiscali.nl/308gto/015.jpg.htm
    They are MOMO R3, and not available anymore for years. Mine were 7x16 and 8x16 and I sold them for Euro 550, now I also have Compomotive which I think is the best looking wheel for a 308, looks much like the F40 wheels.

    edit: I'm curious to see a picture of your 250 GTO rep, maybe you can put one in your profile?
     

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