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Author Topic: AGP Wheel Fitment  (Read 1331 times)

Offline Za

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AGP Wheel Fitment
« on: March 23, 2015, 08:25:06 am »
I am looking to get some nice new wheels to fit my summer tyres, now that I have winter tyres on my old wheels, but I am struggling a bit with the fitment. I have checked lots of places online, including this forum, but most of results are for Fiats or the Evo rather than the Abarth Grande Punto. So I wanted to double check my conclusions were correct.

Based on fitting my existing stock tyres (215/45/17) I guess I need to stick to 7"x17", and pretty sure it should be a bolt PCD of 4x100mm (I am pretty confident on the '4x' bit ;)) with an offset of ET39 by default. However, it would appear I can fit a larger offset to give a wider stance without extending beyond the wheel arches?

I am looking at getting these in matt black (I have a white + red stripe/mirrors AGP):
Since they only offer an offset of ET38, ET47, or ET53 I guess I need to go for the ET38?

Apologies if all this has been confirmed on here in the past, I just didn't want to spend so much without checking.


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    Offline Brian1612

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    Re: AGP Wheel Fitment
    « Reply #1 on: March 23, 2015, 08:29:18 am »
    I would assume the wheel fitments of both the Evo and Grande are exactly the same, although don't take my word on that I can't see how it would be any different  :thumb:

    As for wheels, try alloywheelbase and put your model car in, they bring up all alloys that will fit your car and usually include spacers etc. as well for fitment, worth checking what sort of wheels fit your car in there site!  :thumb:
    ---Abarth 595 Competizone Owner---