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    ET of 255/40/18 OEM RS4 Alloys??

    does any one know the et of 18" 8.5j genuine rs4 alloys?

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    The genuine RS4 alloys have an offset of ET20 to fill the flared arches.
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    I don't think this is correct for the 8L, If you read the other osts already up I think the standard et is 32 but the replica's are 35.

    I think the a4/s4 is et20 tho.

    or that is what I understand ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasdent
    I don't think this is correct for the 8L, If you read the other osts already up I think the standard et is 32 but the replica's are 35.

    I think the a4/s4 is et20 tho.

    or that is what I understand ?
    Sorry, I presumed the question was about the original alloys on the new RS4.
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    oops think you may be right !

    just noticed he has asked about 255/40/18, think they are et20.

    i must read post properly next time !

    s3_2007 is it the new ones or the old ones ?
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    No matter what the offset, the OEM RS4 alloys are pcd112. The RSTT alloys (look similar) are pcd100 et32, and should have a 225/40/18 tyre.
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