Just a quick question: why would you fit wheel spacers ?
My A4 has some spacers fitted to the front wheels only and after recently suffering from alot of vibration at around 55-60mph (since I had my summer tyres fitted) I've been told by a garage that it's not the wheel balancing but it's infact the wheel spacers fitted as they are stopping the wheels from locating on the spigots, so are not fitting fully true centre to the wheel hub. They checked the fitment of the wheels without spacers and nothing fouls the wheels suspension wise, so no apparent reason for fitting the spacers unless widening the front track improves anything.
I have aftermarket 18" 7 arm twin spoke RS4 style alloys fitted with pirelli p zero tyres, I didn't notice the vibration on my winter tyres but that could be due to their much softer compound and now back on much harder summer tyres, this is the 3rd garage I've been to about the problem and they were the first to mention that the spacers are the problem, the 1st said nothing, the 2nd the manager told his tyre fitter when questioned that Audi fit the spacers to stop the inside edge of the tyre wearing so quickly. These are clearly not Audi spacers fitted.
So would it be better to take the spacers off ?
Any help appreciated