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Hi guys.

It happen to me. I ´m not the first and not the last.
I have a scratch on my original Alfa Stelvio Quadrifoglio (the black dark ones).
I would like to refurb them and re-paint them. The cost of only one wheel is too expensive.
They are not metal damage, dent, curbed... nothing. Only paint cosmetic damage.

Anyone could help me with color code of the wheels?

Sure that someone have already done it.

Thank you.
Regards and Happy new year.

Flavio
 

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I'm sure there are threads on the giulia forum about this.
A few.
I search but nothing pop out to my eyes.
If you find any certitude... please "help".

In my web search... I got "VV604/Z"
And some "redirect" to...

I really don´t want to respray 4 wheels...

Thanks

Flavio
 

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I talked/chat to an Italian owner on whatsapp and he also gaved me this code HY9406 (D1).
He told me that they were identical.

So guys... any input are welcome.

I think that this issue is common to us all that have the Quadrifoglio Wheels option code "5YN".

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based on your parts locating for the quadrifauxlio, I'm pretty sure you can search better than me, Flunx.
I recall reading threads - it has been exasperating people since the GQ came out.
 

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I sense.. your irony... ehehehehehhehe :ROFLMAO::LOL::ROFLMAO::LOL:
I inquiry directly Alfa Product Manager "Specialist".. and official color code on wheel... they haven´t.
Only for body parts.
For Alfa and I guess all automotive brands... Wheels... are to use and any damage.. is a replacement with "new" wheel. So no painting needed.

Ok. But if you stumble in a thread please update this one.

Thanks My Friend!

based on your parts locating for the quadrifauxlio, I'm pretty sure you can search better than me, Flunx.
I recall reading threads - it has been exasperating people since the GQ came out.
 

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I searched "wheel touch up", got 20+ threads, but at a glance it looks like you have to rely on the mixing / matching ability of your local shop.
Guess a code is top secret stuff.
 

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The Code is the top secret... yeah...
Something that I´m sure that is not rocket science to share info.
Happen to anyone.

Once again.. to trick is.. do not borrow the Stelvio... After that... it is nobody fault.
And.. always the owner wallet that take the "bonus"

:cautious:

I searched "wheel touch up", got 20+ threads, but at a glance it looks like you have to rely on the mixing / matching ability of your local shop.
Guess a code is top secret stuff.
 

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on a more recent thread someone documented light polishing through the tricoat layers so they could replicate the process rather than just try to match with a top coat.
one badly scraped wheel.
my recollection is the results were more than acceptable
 
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