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Fiat Bravo Allloys #1646453
24/11/2020 09:40
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Anyone know if ANY of the fiat Bravo wheels are a direct fit for the coupe?

The PCD & stud pattern match but the ET looks smaller.....

Cheers,

DS


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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646465
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They're the same 98mm pcd, what needs double checking is the off set which needs to be 34mm or more and the hub ID of 58.1 i think it is.

Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: Countrycruising] #1646468
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Originally Posted by Countrycruising
They're the same 98mm pcd, what needs double checking is the off set which needs to be 34mm or more and the hub ID of 58.1 i think it is.


Ta! Will do some checking on the off set...

DS


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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646785
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2008 Bravo alloys fit; or rather, 20vt alloys fit on a 2008 Bravo without issue (I used to have some with my winter tyres on). Not sure about the other way around, but if you ask Joe really really nicely he has a pile of my old 2008 Bravo alloys with 205/16 55 snow tyre on... there are a number of different alloys for the various Bravo ranges (these are from the 1600 and 1900 JTD diesels) and I don't know about the clearances for the brembos.


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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646786
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I believe all those other Fiat wheels were tried over the years and none would clear the calipers on a 20vt.

Hardly any wheels are a direct fit on the 20vt (without spacers) hence you see the same few wheels again and again in all the old coupe pictures galleries.

Even if the PCD and offset is identical to the original wheels they probably still won't fit 'cause it's all about the shape of the rear of the spokes to allow clearance of the calipers.


Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646840
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Thanks all

I was looking at a couple of the optional alloy wheels (the 20 spoke 17") for the Bravo, so I wasn't expecting clearance to be an issue smile

However just found a set of TeamDynamics on a 4x98 filament that look lively on a Coupe.... so may plans may have changed again!

DS


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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646867
05/12/2020 13:11
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DS - if you want to see Team Dynamics fitted that's what's currently on my coupe in Camberley (although only until it is finished - soon - when they will be sold).


Always seem to have too many 20VT's to count......
Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1646883
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Originally Posted by jonnyboy54321
DS - if you want to see Team Dynamics fitted that's what's currently on my coupe in Camberley (although only until it is finished - soon - when they will be sold).


Thanks! If I was in the office (Marlow), I'd take you up on that (as Camberley isn't a massive de-tour from my daily commute smile )

Think I'll have to live with my photoshopped picture at the moment frown

Incidentally - what colour is your car/wheels? I've gone for black on a green car! Toyed with gun-metal alloys on a green car...

DS







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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646960
07/12/2020 20:30
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This particular coop (I have 4) is broom yellow, the team dynamics are dark grey. The broomy will live on gloss black standard 20vt alloys eventually. I may have a pic of my track sprinty with them on somewhere, will look


Always seem to have too many 20VT's to count......
Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1646962
07/12/2020 20:43
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She looks different to this now but you get the idea

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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1646970
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these are OZ F1 Plus 17 inches x8 inches ET 37, on my Scotland green.
need a minimum of 5mm spacers or will touch the calipers.
they have a 100x4 pcd, hub ID I can't tell you which one it is, but they have 58.1 centering rings.
they currently run on 20mm spacers and wear 235 / 40r17.
note: the original color was metallic gray but worn a lot by the time they have been repainted in glossy black.

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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1646995
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Hi, is the hub bore on your Team Dynamics 58.1 or do you have to mount with spigot rings?

Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: Cyclone] #1646997
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mine are 4x98 pcd straight fit


Always seem to have too many 20VT's to count......
Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1647001
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Originally Posted by jonnyboy54321
mine are 4x98 pcd straight fit

Yes 4X98 is the bolt spacing, but does the alloys centre bore fit straight onto the hub?

Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: Cyclone] #1647005
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Thats why I said straight fit, no rings required


Always seem to have too many 20VT's to count......
Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1647006
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Originally Posted by jonnyboy54321
Thats why I said straight fit, no rings required

Ok that’s good to hear as when I was searching for a set of Team Dynamics Pro Race, I can find 4x98 hut only with a 73.1 bore centre. Think it may be because they are 18’s.

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Re: Fiat Bravo Allloys [Re: darthstinky] #1647018
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Truthfully I am not 100% sure which model they are, they are 17", but did go straight on and were the right pcd so....


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