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    steering wheel vibration

    to top of my recent woes i have yet another problem when i fitted my new tyres to the new gallardo wheels i bought a couple of weeks ago i got a lot of vibration when doing more than 60 so i had them rebalanced yesterday as i went up to glasgow today all the way there vibration above 60 ? so before coming home i had em rebalanced again for the third tima at national tyres started driving down the m8 and low and behold vibration ? its doin my head in never had this problem with the factory alloys ? the steering wheel rocks slightly from 40to50 then vibration from 60 onwards sometimes it eases of but i aint got a clue has anyone else had this when they fitted new wheels ? cheers jase

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    Two very obvious questions, I feel a bit condescending for asking them tbh.

    1. Wheels nuts correct and tightened?
    2. Any spacers being used?
    Ranting about Audi Customer Service

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    anyone know actually good online location for buying spacers for 18inch RS6s fitted onto a B6 A4. I get a little vibration above 55-60 also?

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    wheel nuts are tight and not using spacers the et is 35

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    checked the drivers side front wheel and the tyre looked like it had a raised bit when i span it round if you know what i mean,so i swaped front wheel for back wheel and it seems ok nowthink its a dodgy tyre is it ok to leave it on the back or change it ?

 

 

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