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S-line alloys

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by zeshan, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. zeshan

    zeshan Member

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    Hi all , would the new a4 2005+ s-line 18" alloys fit on my a3 2004???
    Need to know asap as i will be buying some from ebay.
    Thanks
     
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  3. Eeef

    Eeef Lord of War

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    yep
     
  4. Boydie

    Boydie Guest

    no

    wrong offset - the a3 is et44 to 55, the a4 is et35
     
  5. zeshan

    zeshan Member

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    r u 100% sure???
    Need to know coz it ends today
     
  6. Boydie

    Boydie Guest

    I am sure

    google rochfordtyres and they will give you the correct offsets and PCD's for the a3 and a4

    the pcd is the same, just the offset is wrong. spacers will no help in this matter

    if you fit those rims you will get rubbing and will stick out very far!
     
  7. normski

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    He is right...I wanted to fit gen. 19" RS4's to mine and the offset is way out...
     
  8. RobB

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    The wheels are obviously different if you see them. The A3s are pretty much flat across the face, but the A4s are more dished in a similar way to the appearance of the original RS6s.
     
  9. MattS

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    The reason the A4 wheels are more dished is down to the fact that they are an 8" rim. The A3 'flat' version is 7.5" so to get S-Line wheels you really need to get genuine A3 versions.
     

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