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a4 wheels on a a5

Discussion in 'A5/S5/RS5 Forum' started by mdwebb, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. mdwebb

    mdwebb New Member

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    what can i do to get a4 19" alloys on a a5 as the bore is different
     
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    Does this answer your question?
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    you can buy 'wobbly bolts' which cater for this. I'm new to Audi forums as picking up an A5 later in week but still have my Seat Cupra K1 and have seen this discussed on the seatcupra.net forums. If I can find the thread and a link to the site I'll post it up. Maybe google will also find something.

    You will need to know the PCD of the A4 and A5 to make sure you get the right ones
     
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    Sorry they are called 'wobble bolts'. Here is a link to the thread on the SEAT forums;

    http://www.seatcupra.net/forums/showthread.php?t=275699&highlight=wobbly+bolts

    Aswell as PCD you also need to make sure the spigot size is the same (all covered in the thread(s) above.

    If the offset in PCDs is too much you will need to buy 'PCD Adapters' but they will push the wheels out further and with 19" rims this may push them beyond the wheel arches or cause them to 'foul'

    What are the PCD's on A4/A5's anyway out of curiousity?
     
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    the pcd is the same, its the bore in the centre that is bigger on a a5, i have had them machined up so they are now on, cheers
     

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