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Offline ferrarista2


  • Joined: Mar 2010

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Hello all,
Wondering if any 430 owners have changed wheels and would like to get rid of the original 430 rims....I am interested if you know of anyone.. Also if there are some immaculate 360 wheels out there that someone has no use for, drop us a line, cheers



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Hello all,
Wondering if any 430 owners have changed wheels and would like to get rid of the original 430 rims....I am interested if you know of anyone.. Also if there are some immaculate 360 wheels out there that someone has no use for, drop us a line, cheers
I have perfect boxed brand new 360 Challenge wheels.... ??

No need to buy tyres if yours are good,

or if you do, you can fit ~10mm wider ones to front, and 20mm wider rear....



Offline looney


  • Joined: Mar 2007

  • Drives: VW Beetle
I have perfect boxed brand new 360 Challenge wheels.... ??

No need to buy tyres if yours are good,

or if you do, you can fit ~10mm wider ones to front, and 20mm wider rear....

these arent technically legal on a road car though are they? i heard once that the challenge wheels arent approved for use on road cars and that you'd be in for a world of pain if youre insurance company finds out in the event of a claim.

or have i heard incorrectly?



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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these arent technically legal on a road car though are they? i heard once that the challenge wheels arent approved for use on road cars and that you'd be in for a world of pain if youre insurance company finds out in the event of a claim.

or have i heard incorrectly?

that was 355 wheels, which are full mag and weak/crack/corrode.

Ferrari initially baulked at 360 wheels too when new, until they realised they're better alloy.

Dealer/s has fitted COUNTLESS sets to road cars, and no warranty issues.

They're actually tougher than regular wheels.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Ash gets a VB slab and a $250 butcher voucher if a forum member wants these..... ^^



Offline ferrarista2


  • Joined: Mar 2010

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Ash gets a VB slab and a $250 butcher voucher if a forum member wants these..... ^^
Are they 18's??
Thought the stradale wheels were 19's



Offline grigio 6.0


  • Joined: Oct 2008

  • Drives: LP670 SV, F360 Spider
these are the 18's found on the challenge race car. The 360 challenge stradale had 19"



Offline carmooch


  • Joined: Dec 2010

  • Name: George
Ash gets a VB slab and a $250 butcher voucher if a forum member wants these..... ^^
Damn, I read that as though you wanted a VB slab and a $250 butcher voucher in exchange for the wheels. Heck for that I'd buy them just to hang on the wall!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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these are the 18's found on the challenge race car. The 360 challenge stradale had 19"

Correct

The stradale wheels are 19", and really need tyre presure monitoring as if you lose only a few psi from a 19", you'll damage the tyres, the 18" wheels use tyres with the same outside circumference, meaning they hold a larger volume of air, and therefore can afford to lose a little without going down on pressure so much.

The 360 Challenge wheels are the only wheels you can fit which actually add value to the car, like a 360C rear grille or tubi exhaust.. they go as a set.



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