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Old 12-04-2021, 11:39 AM   #1
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Where is the best source to purchase a steel wheel for a 2005 Alfa. I am thinking of buying a wheel and tire and having a spare for our recent purchase of this used Motorhome. I am in the North Texas area.

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From the spec sheet, your wheel size is: 22.5 x 8.25 in (572 x 210 mm) with 10 bolt lugs. A new one I'd estimate would be about $250 to $400 or so when looking online. However, I'm sure you could pick up a used one for a fraction of that price.

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FCCC XC-Series 2005 Alfa See Ya!

eta: I just ran into this list of RV salvage yards in Texas if you're after one just to use as a spare and not wanting to spend the money on a new one ...I bet you could pick one up for substantially under $100:

Motorhome Salvage Yards In Texas​
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I'm not OP....Thinking out loud would two alum wheels in dual be too thick on MH that has alum. wheels.??
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