Are 19's too big for the a4??
Are 19's too big for the a4??
No 19's are fine as long as your car model is a sport or s-line as these model's are lower than SE spec.
personally with sport suspension 19s dont have enough flex and shock absorbence
so its 18s with 235 40 18s for me
but if your not loooking for comfort 19s will be fine
" he awaits the barage of my 19s are fine and not bumpy on the road "
Yea its a sport I have. I cannot get my avatar pic to work from photobucket. They are working on uk-mkivs and vagdrivers.net.
So 18's are plenty on the sport suspension? Car is blood red. Don't know what wheels to choose
I run 19s AND 18s and both are fine on all road's. The 19's fill the arch out a bit more than the 18's. rob irl tdi treat yourself to a good suspension kit for the little extra lowness..
phil,what is you front bumper? is it the votex one?
here are my 18's just got them last month....
welllllllll you know, just had to give my contribution of the ol'dog!:eyebrows:
19" 5 arm originals
just had weitec coilovers fitted on mine (FK ones where ****ed), the ride is still very good, the car has 18's on it
the car did have 21" alloys on it befor i bought it, with coilovers
I may aswel jump on the band wagon... 19's
ive had 19,s on for 3 years no probs
you guys have some lovely looking wheels Phil MC love your car mate
Here is it now. Tell me your thoughts on a nice wheel to pick for it and what size??
I need to remove the tint. Don't like it as it was on the car already as I bought it
It would better once you remove the tint's.. I'm still playing with wheel option's even after 3 year's of owning the car..(will be happy one day)
Standard 18x8 S-Line's what came with the car.. (some time's i miss these)
Then i bought these 19x9 Brabus/Merc V2 split replica's.. Merc wheel's on a Audi didn't go down to well at AITP 2009.
Then i Bought these not long after AITP 2009. BBS LM replica's with powder coat lip. 19x8.5 (still have these)
Then i bouhgt these only 3 weeks ago just before AITP 2010.. 18x8 2.5" dish front. 3" dish rear
Jesus, I beleive when you say one day you'll be happy.ha
The LM reps are by far the best suited on your motor :cool:
I'm going to fit a set of these come the weekend:
QJ nice are you going to lower the car also. What size wheel are you going for..
They're 18's - I've got them free with a set of (barely worn) tyres, I think the polished metal surface is a bit tarnished but I'm going to keep them on for a couple of months while I finally get round to tidying up my RS6's. I might even keep them on over the winter I'll see.
Will deffo lower when I can yes, it's just been one big bill after another this year, plus I'm stuck on the most ridiculously highed fixed rate deal for my mortgage too :( Ends soon though :yahoo:
30mm lower is on the cards :thumbsup:
Good stuff QJ they will look well with all the other mod's you have done..
Good Choice James, Reckon they'll look well with your theme especially when you drop it.
Im opposite, I was on Tracker rate, chhhheeeaappp as chips then come to renewal and its gone up £200!:drag:
The Lm's really suit them. Rs6 still suit the a4's. Really nice car lad
Here's my experimental 18" Nuvo 7's!
My A4 is on the standard 2.5 TDi Quattro Sport springs and shocks, didn't want it slammed with out poor roads and the harsh winters up in Scotland.
19" S8 Replicas
19" Audi S-Line Reps (Current Wheels)
18" RS4 Reps
I'd say lm's would be my choice. 19's... I'll have to see what it sits like with them. Then coilovers will have to go in
well mine is an SE with stock suspension.
lowering it 30mm would mean the arches would be just slightly above the tyres
its on my list of stuff to do.....
I agree, a 30mm lower is about right for an SE, it's what I'm planning too.