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Re: Wheel Fantasy-correct offset
> Date: Fri, 13 Dec 1996 12:42:59 -0500 (EST)
> From: AUDIDUDI@delphi.com
> Subject: Re: Wheel Fantasy-correct offset
> To: email@example.com, QUATTRO@coimbra.ans.net
> > I refuse to have my rear quarters rolled again. I know there are
> > rims of 16X7 out there that other Q owners are running on their
> > 5000TQ with no problem because they've got the right offset. I'm glad
> > you addressed this problem because I was going to sooner or later. So
> > guys- let me (or all of us) know what your running on your 5000TQ or
> > 200 TQ's (not '91 20V's of course) for aftermarket rims with the correct
> > offset (or at least close).
> I'm using 8x17 Compomotive MOs on my '89 200q; with 215/45-17s, they don't
> rub anywhere and I didn't have to do ANY bodywork whatsoever! Once I swap
> to 2.5" springs, I can probably fit a 9" wheel under the fenders as that's
> that's the tight spot at the moment. I'll probably stay with the 8s but I
> am thinking about trying 225/45s or even 235/45s when my present tires are
> worn out...
You're running this wide of a rim without any mods to the
rear fenders??????????? What's the offset on all four rims?
2.5" above stock heighth? I've seen your web page and the five spoke
pearl rims look very nice. So does your car stand above stock spring
heighth? What rims are you willing to part with? Another lister just
informed me that the new A4 16x7's will fit because the offset is
45mm. I never would have guessed this! I will never pay this price per
> Check out my webpage for photos ... if you're interested in buying some of
> the wheels, I might be able to help since I have an extra set that I might
> be persuaded to part with.
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