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Rs4 alloys offset

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by mitch_h_88, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. mitch_h_88

    mitch_h_88 Member

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    Alright everyone ano this has probs been spoke about but I can't find the answer am looking for lol, am wanting to put some 19" rs4 style alloys, the size is 8.5J but I wanting to a 35 offset to push it to the edge of my car I was just wondering if this would be ok or shud I go for 45offset then add spacers? I'll be running these on a standard sline suspension,

    Cheers for any help!
    Mitch
     
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  3. Joe_Murphy21187

    Joe_Murphy21187 Tiptronic

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    Yes that will be fine. I've got ET45 with 8.5j and 12mm spacers on mine and they are fine
     
  4. mitch_h_88

    mitch_h_88 Member

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    Cheers for that can get them ordered now! :)
     
  5. Joe_Murphy21187

    Joe_Murphy21187 Tiptronic

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    Get yourself some H&R springs while you're at it, 45mm if you have saloon or avant and 30mm if you have a cab. Will remove the arch gap and give an arguably perfect stance. Also improve the ride over the standard springs.

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  6. jamespickles

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    hi jjmurphy,
    i have an A4 convertible ( sport spec) with 19" 8.5" 35 series tyres.
    no spacers or other mods........ will it lower 30mm with springs?
    WITH NO RUBBING OR ISSUES?
    thanks!
     

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