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    Real Ferrari wheels for sale

    From a mid 80's Testarossa. Have been chrome plated with the center of spokes painted satin black. 16 x 8 and 16 x 10. 5 stud on a 108 mm Ferrari bolt circle.
    I can offer free delivery to the eastern seaboard on a trip to Florida in a couple weeks.
    I'm not at a computer much so best to e-mail me direct with a phone number and best time for me to call. Thanks. Dale
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    Re:Real Ferrari wheels for sale

    I have one rear 355 wheel for sale. Used, good condition.





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    Re:Real Ferrari wheels for sale

    I have a set of 4 Momo Wheels and tires for sale. The bolt circle on the wheels is 5 on 120mm Fits Chevy and BMW. I had them on my 540 BMW. They are 8.5 X 17. They were a bunch of cash when new. I used them on my Mirage kit.

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    Re:Real Ferrari wheels for sale

    Very interesting guys, but...........
    Back to my Testarossa wheels......
    If it is of any inducement, DKOV has a set of adapters to allow these wheels to be bolted on to a stock Fiero
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    Re:Real Ferrari wheels for sale

    If the wheel adapters are Fiero to Ferrari they will work. I believe the kit DKOV is building is a Mirage. Each side will use a +2 inch in the front and a +4 inch in the rear. Depending on the wheel offset they might work out. Turning scrub radius hitting the fenders and rims hitting the rear shocks will be the biggest challenge. Jack up your car and put the rim in place where it would be if it were mounted on the car and measure the distance between the wheel flange and the back bolt on surface of the wheel. That should let you know what size adapter to use.
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