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Post  jollifello on Mon May 05, 2008 5:17 pm

My bravo comes with stock steel hub rims. Thinking of changing to alloys. But discovered that our 4x98 wheel type is not very common.

Does anyone know of shops with a good variety of such rims? Any particular brands too?

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Post  inactive on Thu May 08, 2008 5:40 pm

you might to want to try OZ rims. superleggera,ultraleggera or superturismo. all need spacers for fitment..alternative brand can try out ssw from stamford tyres.

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Post  Anders on Thu May 08, 2008 9:06 pm

There's some brands out there that has 4x98. BBS is 1 of them. Could not think of any others at the moment.
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Post  alex on Fri May 16, 2008 9:27 am

another way i can think of is upgrade your rims from TTS to their 17" package..price wise i'm guessing around $2k..maybe other bros here can clarify.
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Post  mitCh on Fri May 16, 2008 5:10 pm

I'm Getting My 18" Next Week.. Can't Find Any Nice 4X98 PCDs Rims Around.. So I Spent $500 To Custom Make My Spacers 20mm Fromt 25mm Back Can Change To 5x100 PCDs Hahahaha Now I'm Spoilt For Choices.. Razz

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Post  jollifello on Fri May 16, 2008 7:04 pm

Thanks for all the tips!

I've actually visited a few places to check out
1. YHI - the spore agent for OZ rims: looks like OZ has stop producing 4x98 rims! Sad
2. Stamford tyres: does not even carry any models for 4x98
3. H-tyre in Lavender area: also same problem. Tells me hardly any new cars using 4x98, and our offset of 30 is even harder to find.

Most of these shops suggest, we look at 4x100 rims instead. A "sliding bolt" can be used essentially like an adaptor to fit 4x100 rims into a 4x98 setup. Spacers can be further used to reach the offset needed.

Just wondering why Fiat has decided to choose such a weird wheel configuration - trying to be different here is not the point. Shld feedback to Fiat!

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Post  happy on Fri May 16, 2008 8:41 pm

mitCh wrote:I'm Getting My 18" Next Week.. Can't Find Any Nice 4X98 PCDs Rims Around.. So I Spent $500 To Custom Make My Spacers 20mm Fromt 25mm Back Can Change To 5x100 PCDs Hahahaha Now I'm Spoilt For Choices.. Razz
wow.. 18" sia... pls post pix hor... Cool

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Post  mitCh on Sat May 17, 2008 2:50 am

Yes Sir! Will Do ASAP When I Get 'Em Up Razz

Anyway.. Dun Even Ever Think About The Slidin' Bolt.. Wat They Meant Is They Will Drill The Rims.. Which Will Affect The Natural Characteristic Of The Alloy Itself.. I Rec. You The Spacer Method Though Expensive But At Least Safe, Many Rim Choice Next Time And Shiok.. Especially Connering.. Hahaha

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Post  mitCh on Sat May 17, 2008 2:52 am

jollifello wrote:My bravo comes with stock steel hub rims. Thinking of changing to alloys. But discovered that our 4x98 wheel type is not very common.

Does anyone know of shops with a good variety of such rims? Any particular brands too?

Wanna Buy My 16" Sport Rims?? LoL Razz

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Post  TypeR on Wed May 21, 2008 11:15 pm

jollifello wrote:My bravo comes with stock steel hub rims. Thinking of changing to alloys. But discovered that our 4x98 wheel type is not very common.

Does anyone know of shops with a good variety of such rims? Any particular brands too?

isn't the bravo come with stock 16" Fiat alloy rims? Question
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Post  namron on Sat May 24, 2008 12:36 am

http://www.italo-tuning.de/

This website is in german...
To view the rims, Click SHOP -> Fiat Bravo (typ 198) -> Felgen ...
Here u will see 2 brands: Novitec and Team Dynamics... click and enjoy the pics affraid

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Post  chinalim on Fri Mar 25, 2011 8:04 pm

FINALLY!!! latest rims from Novitec... check out Alfa Sportivo website.. http://www.alfasportivo.com.sg/

I was so thrilled when I heard there's something for Bravo owners to consider =)
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