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S3 wheel spacer with RSTT wheels

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Andrew@A.L.D, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. Andrew@A.L.D
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    What size should i go for and where to get them from?
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    Assuming genuine RSTT's with ET33, I have 15mm rear and 10mm front with mine...

    I got Eibachs on the rear but got these for the front:

    http://shop.ebay.co.uk/espengtn6/m.html

    Bloke is pretty good and an offer of £45 secured them... they are well made and come with bolts but I had to cut 8mm off the ones he supplied as they hit the ABS ring on the front hub

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    I got rep RSTT wheels
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    What ET?

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    Not sure as when i ordered them from rim style i said they were for a S3
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    humm... I am sure others will make suggestions at some point but I would be tempted to start with a set of 15mm and try them on the front and rear one side of the car and see what they look like and how clearance is...

    if they look ok on the rear but too far out on the front then 15mm rear and 10mm front... else maybe 15mm front, 20mm rear... depends on the ET of the wheels... If they are ET35 (like most reps) then I think they don't stick out as much so you may have to go 20mm rear and 15mm front.

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