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Alpina Steel Wheels 5.5 x 13, Borrani CMR


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I have to part from my set of 5.5x13" Alpina Steel wheels. I have a new project that needs funds and this set is up for sale.

The wheels were recently inspected for true spin and then they were powder coated. I also have 5 correct center caps that are in need of some straightening but they are the correct ones for the wheels.

These wheels will go greatly with an original or tribute Alpina car.

1800.00 shipped to the lower 48 states; OBO

Jan

alpinaa4@gmail.com

408 644-7260

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Yummy !

My bid on eBay Germany Keeps getting nudged. Still looking for a set of centers caps for my triangle slotted borranies.

Jan,

The wheels are Beutiful !

Chris Hutton

72 02tii Ceylon 2761758

71 02 Sunroof Riviera 2574316

68 1600 Bristol 1565358

88 535is sold

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Step carefully creating reproductions: these center caps are for "Alpina" steelies and they are ever-so-slightly larger in diameter than those for "Borrani" steelies.

An Alpina center cap (chrome-plated steel) is approximately 59 mm. in diameter, not including the flat flange at the cap's base. The center cap most commonly used with Borranis is the "1800 tiSa" cap (stainless steel), approximately 56 mm. in diameter, but having a flared flange at the cap's base. Theoretically, a 58 mm. cap should fit a Borrani's center hub hole but it would have to have a perfectly flat (not tapered) flange so as not to interfere with the seating of the rim on the hub.

Steve

1976 2002 Polaris, 2742541 (original owner)

1973 2002tii Inka, 2762757 (not-the-original owner)

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