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    [Oct 20, 2012]
    Hi all,

    Quick question - what is the difference between these 2 Audi alloys?
    4F0601025AF and 8E0601025E?

    Thanks!
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    [Oct 20, 2012]
    At a guess. Offset.
    8E0601025E - Jx18H2 ET43
    4F0601025AF - Jx18H2 ET48

    So the 4F0 wheel will sit further into the body of the car. You would need spacers to give it a similar stance to the 8E0 ones.
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    [Oct 21, 2012]
    What about 4f0601025K? How do you work it out?
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    [Oct 22, 2012]
    The plan is to get a set of the original 17" alloys - I have a spare which was one of the originals which has the part number 8E0601025E. These seem to be very rare, anyone know of anyone selling a set please let me know.
    Why do all the alloys look very similar but the part numbers are different? Sorry I have no idea on alloys, etc.
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