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Anyone that has the part numbers for the OEM Stelvio wheels seen in the pics below? They are 20x9 inch with 255/45-R20 tires front and 20x10 inch with 285/40-R20 tires rear. Alfa calls the model CLASSICO.

In the German Stelvio brochure I can find the wheel and the option is called 5YN when ordering the car new. But I would need to full part number so that I can find the wheels from an Alfa OEM parts dealer.

Anyone that knows where Alfa OEM parts can be bought online easily?

Anyone that knows if these wider wheels can fit my Stelvio Super (which as OEM has narrower 20x8,5 inch wheels with 255/45-R20 tires) with enough clearance to the brakes and not sticking out too much?

Thanks.

 

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Its all about offset.
 

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be sure that this wheels are registered for your car, I'm not so sure
My car is NOT certified/registered for these large wheels. My current 8,5x20" with 255/40-R20 is the biggest. But I am not worried about running other wheels as long as they fit and the brakes run freely. The rear brakes are pretty small and there seem to be plenty of space, also towards the inner fenders. I would be interested to give it a try if I can find the wheels at a decent price.
 

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Many thanks :smile

You wouldn't know the (approximate) price in Europe?
Oooops, found it myself in another post here in the forum. 600 euros each, quite hefty.

Running the QV front wheels all around would probably be fine. The small difference in ET (combined with the fact that the wheel is half inch wider) mean that they would be mounted pretty much exactly the same (within few mm difference) as the OEM wheels.

https://www.qverde.nl/shop/categori...elvio+Velgen/538E336E69954112AC9AFF8CE69DBE7B
 

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those are my thoughts as well, 1/2" shouldn't be a huge deal as long as the offsets are the same or close

Oooops, found it myself in another post here in the forum. 600 euros each, quite hefty.

Running the QV front wheels all around would probably be fine. The small difference in ET (combined with the fact that the wheel is half inch wider) mean that they would be mounted pretty much exactly the same (within few mm difference) as the OEM wheels.

https://www.qverde.nl/shop/categori...elvio+Velgen/538E336E69954112AC9AFF8CE69DBE7B
 

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Anyone that has the part numbers for the OEM Stelvio wheels seen in the pics below? They are 20x9 inch with 255/45-R20 tires front and 20x10 inch with 285/40-R20 tires rear. Alfa calls the model CLASSICO.

In the German Stelvio brochure I can find the wheel and the option is called 5YN when ordering the car new. But I would need to full part number so that I can find the wheels from an Alfa OEM parts dealer.

Anyone that knows where Alfa OEM parts can be bought online easily?

Anyone that knows if these wider wheels can fit my Stelvio Super (which as OEM has narrower 20x8,5 inch wheels with 255/45-R20 tires) with enough clearance to the brakes and not sticking out too much?

Thanks.

I´m looking forward to do it also.
Did you already done it?

I will order my Stelvio with 18" no cost added, and then order in paralel the QV wheels for fitting when arriving.
Just have to buy new tires with right sizes.
If the wheels will go out of the arch.. maybe Arch extender.. or go for a QV full exterior look. (Bumpers and Side skirts and wheel arch)

:wink Flavio (Portugal)
 

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My thought was that I can just buy the 9" wheels all round instead of the 10" rears on the quad. But wondering if offset is the same.
I´m looking forward to do it also.
Did you already done it?

I will order my Stelvio with 18" no cost added, and then order in paralel the QV wheels for fitting when arriving.
Just have to buy new tires with right sizes.
If the wheels will go out of the arch.. maybe Arch extender.. or go for a QV full exterior look. (Bumpers and Side skirts and wheel arch)

:wink Flavio (Portugal)
 

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My thought was that I can just buy the 9" wheels all round instead of the 10" rears on the quad. But wondering if offset is the same.
I also thought of that.. buying 4 front QV wheels and use the tires of the 20" of the super version.
As far as I know are the same as the QV front. 255/45R20 (is it correct?)

But the "staggered" wheels like the QV.. give the Stelvio a BadM**** look. :devil

Eehehehehehhe :grin

Till I it isn´t possible... Thats the way I will go. or try to... :wink

Flavio
 

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20" (for Stelvio Super) 8.5Jx20" H2 (ET31) all the 4 wheels

for the QV...

20"

Front: 9.0J X 20" ET29
Rear: 10J X 20" ET34

In my opinion.. they will fit like a glove.
The offset are little bit different so that the wider wheels would fit perfectly.

Wheels Specialist are needed in this discussion.
 

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Hi Skorpione Nero. :smile

I read the best I could with the help of google translate.

Correct me if I´m wrong.

To fit the Quadrifoglio 20" Wheels

Front: 9.0J X 20" ET29
Rear: 10J X 20" ET34

The original 20" Stelvio Super is 8.5Jx20" (ET31)
So little diference...

Only with spacers to get a little more space between the Wheel arm not to rub at the brake caliper.

I´m already with almost 3 year now using Hub Centric wheel spacers to insure the wheel remains properly centered and the load supported with an exact fit in my BMW 635d to use wider wheels. No Bearing wheel problem.
They are less than 10mm... I don´t recall, but I think they are 5 or 8mm

So if spacers needed for correct fit of the QV 20" wheels on my Super 20" wheeled Stelvio. I will go for it.
I intend to fit in My Stelvio the QV bumpers, wheels arch trims.. and side skirts... and maybe the hood. :devil
Wider wheel arch are needed to not have the wheels outside of the fenders.

Why did needed volunteers on the Clubalfa forum post?

In the end can we or can we not fit the QV wheels in the "regular" versions?

Thank you for the help.

:grin Flavio
 

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hi Flavio
this is the question !!!!
i think the answer is YES but as i read in the web it is better to use a 5 mm spacer (front).

man at work ..... probably news soon ..... i hope
 

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hi Flavio
this is the question !!!!
i think the answer is YES but as i read in the web it is better to use a 5 mm spacer (front).

man at work ..... probably news soon ..... i hope
I hope "soon" to be that volunteer... eheheheheh :wink
I order the Stelvio this monday.
Hope the the factory will not decline my order. Because I order a Diesel model. I read rumours that the Diesel prodution is stopped.
There was a UK owner that order one, and passed 2 weeks the order was decline. He choose among stocked models availables.
If my order is decline. I will cancel. Not in the mood for "Porsche" and other brand when it comes to slot orders.
I will not order the QV wheels till the sales man confirm order.
My Stelvio "make-up" is to be done directly at delivery. :devil

Thanks again Skorpione Nero. Let me know from your side if you have any important info about this "wheel" matter.

Flavio
 

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ciao fratello
purtroppo ho notizie pessime
da quello che ho capito NON POSSIAMO METTERE i cerchi di quadrifoglio !!!
Q ha canale differenziato MA ANCHE gomme differenziate
noi no
se mettiamo il canale differenziato e le gomme IDENTICHE il rotolamento ne viene compromesso e ciò porta a rotture anche se non immediate del cambio e del ripartitore di coppia del differenziale
QUINDI
se non a seguito di smentita sul campo ..... ad oggi NON possiamo mettere i cerchi da 20' di quadrifoglio.

rimane cmq la domanda :

possiamo mettere 4 cerchi uguali uguali as es. canale 9 ed offset 22 ???

stay tuned ........
 
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