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Wheel spacer advice

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Dan76, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. Dan76

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    Hi Everyone!

    Ive just got a B7 2005 A4 Sline with RS4 18's

    Will I be needing 5/112 PCD?

    What size spacers should I go for & what are you peeps running on?

    Pic's to help me make my mind up would be great :cool:
     
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  3. jwhat

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    Well the A4 is 5/112pcd.

    Try getting a piece of string with a small weight on the end and hold it up against the wheel arch, use a ruler to measure the length from the string to the wheel. That should be a rough size of the spacer you need.
     
  4. Dan76

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    thanks mate :thumbsup: but thats my last resort lol

    was hoping to get some opinions tbh.... & some pic's to see how it'll look before I buy... if I buy...
     
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    Last try

    Does anyone run on spacers? If so what size sould I go for with genuine RS4's? :uhm:

    Thanks
     
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    What is the offset of the genuine rs4's? I think they have a really low offset and add spacers to that and they will poke out far too much.

    look for a 2.0t with coilovers and bbs lm reps in the pictures section at the top of the page, there are some spacers on it.
     
  7. ultramodz

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    Pretty sure I replied to this with some pics?! Dunno what happened there - maybe it was another thread? :(
     
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    10mm front and 15mm rear is always a popular choice.

    Damian @ DPM Performance
     
  9. Dan76

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    thats what I think I'll do... Have got the 15's now

    If anyone has 10's with bolts for sale, please bear me in mind :icon_thumright:
     

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