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9.5 rear 3sdm alloys

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Mickmcclue, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. Mickmcclue
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    Alrite guys just bought my 2010 white 2.0tdi 170 and lm looking into buying a set of white and silver 3sdm 0.05 alloys but the rear wheel is 9.5 wide, l was hoping to fit these WITHOUT using stretched tyresdoes any one know if it will fit okay and what size of tyre l should use?? And suspension is standard.
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    1. I don't think it would look right standard height
    2. What offset are they?
    3. I'd personally run stretch and get some coilovers!
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    I will be getn coilovers sooner or later, offset of rear is 46 am sure, a don't really want stretched tyres as its a daily car my girlfriend uses all week and does at least 10.000 miles a year,
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    I've got 19x8.5 3SDM 0.01's with 225/35/19 on my 170 tdi s line quattro and they rub on the rear
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    Hi mate nice to see some1 else from ayrshire haha its 18s a was looking at buying, do u know any1 with 18s and wider tyres
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    I think to be honest they will rub. Are the the 5 spoke stlye with concave?
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    Aye star style concave.
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    I'm new to Audi's mate,I'm sure someone on here will be able to give you more info,I was going to post up if anyone has a suspension solution for my rubbing,got an advisory on MOT today!
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    No stretch it will rub the absoloute S*** out of your arches and tyres will deffo have massive cuts in them and thats withough passengers in the back, so you need 215/35/19 major stretch but think how awesome it will look ! Lol
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    would look good but a need it to be practible too and wheels are only 18s
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    Still need stretch on 18's just might get away with 225/35/18 or something like that bit you cant have straight tyres as they will tear up
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    Won't work.. If that's what you want to do I would go for different style of wheel
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