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Re: Wheel fitment dilemma
Yes, ET is the offset. If they fitted your 5KTQ and 200, then they will
surely fit your A6 and S4 with no problem. I think stock on a S4 is 37 or
38 mm, so 40 will work fine! You should have no problems.
89 200tq with 16" A4 Sport rims!
From: Mike_Platt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, July 19, 1999 6:24 PM
Subject: Wheel fitment dilemma
>I just sold my 1897 TQW this summer and my 1991 200 TQ. I have a set of
>winter wheels and tires for each car. I want to mount them to a 1996 A6
>quattro wagon and a 1994 S4. They bolt up fine and seem to fit. How do I
>tell if I have the correct offset? Here is what I have for the S4. 8Jx16H2
>ET40 stock wheels. 7Jx15H2 ET40 steel wheels from 1991 car that had UFO
>brakes. The A6 has 7Jx15H2 ET45 stock wheels and 7Jx15H2 ET45 Fuchs alloys
>from 1987 car. If the ET means the offset I'm hoping I'm looking good! All
>the above sizes where stamped on the wheels.Does anyone know the answer?