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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by mary_q, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. mary_q

    mary_q Member

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    Hello boys,

    Will wheels as following fit on my 1999 A3?

    Stud Diameter: 100
    Rim Width: 7.5J
    Rim Diameter: 17
    Number of Studs: 5


    Cheers :beee:
     
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  3. s3dave

    s3dave TFSI Hybrid
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    do you know the offset /et?
     
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    nope :(
     
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    Your new wheels are the dogs b****cks or the puppies privates lol :p
     
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    ah really? i specified this in my first post and they queirrd about offset/et??

    is the 5x100 relevant to that?
     
  10. rossbrownlee

    rossbrownlee Ross_S4

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    Mary, check out here, this will explain the offset that was being queried.

    The 5x100 is the Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD).
    The 5 relates to the number of studs in your mounting flange, 100 relates to the diameter of circle the studs lie on (imagine a 100mm circle, the centres of the five stud holes on your hub mounting flange will all sit on that 100mm circle)
     
  11. gavin89

    gavin89 Wana go Low gotta go Slow

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    Looks like they should be okay, if not then you always got spacers to help you out so don't worry.
     

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