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    Default Audi alloys 5x112?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Audi-19-RS6-St...QQcmdZViewItem

    Looking at these, can these be fitted with some wobbly bolts and an offset of 42?

    If anyone knows please let me know
    Cheers Gregg

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    Yep, some wobbly bolts will be fine and any offset from 35-45 is cool.

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    Superb
    now that opens up a whole range of OEM looking alloys.
    next up do i buy the 18"s in that style for £435 or the 19"s for £675

    Also i wonder if they would look any good, as i wont be lowering the car just yet

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    its not that easy

    the pcd is ok but thats the good news

    its the machine out the centre of the alloy wheel out by 2mm and thats where you get right into it as its illegal to use a wheel without a t.u.e on the wheel ,you have a bump and you have no insurance ...

    ie the tue number on a saab wheel isnt the same as a vauxhall but they fit perfectly

    the wheels where tested on a saab to stand upto what the saab will do not a vauxhall,

    and here is something to think about when you take them to be machined out and they muck it up who pays for the wheels

    after market wheels have a hole new test on them and thats why they use a spicket ring to make the wheel fit to the rim tightly

    i was going to get 20" rs4 wheels re-done but didnt bother after finding out all of the above

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    Ok defintely something to have a good look in to Chris cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    Ok defintely something to have a good look in to Chris cheers
    im not saying it can't be done but there are some risk's you need to look at

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    Yup Cheers for the heads up.

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    ive done this with Audi RS4 Alloys, and the centre will have to be machined out im afraid mate

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