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RE: 4000q OWNERS
You would need to do it center of the wheel to top of fender well since some
of us have larger wheels and they may not be easy to measure from the top of
wheel. Good idea.
I have measured mine up against a stock 4kq and it is only about 3/4" lower
> 864000csq 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge,advanced and loving it. Drilled and
> stopping it. Koenig Cobra 16x7 with AVS Intermediates, K&N. Turbo coming
> 95 subaru legacy
> Bothell, Wa.
Add to this list details of any suspension changes on the car. How about a
measurement from the top of the wheel to the wheel well.
> From: Pete Kunzler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Northwest audi list <email@example.com>; q-list
> Subject: 4000q OWNERS
> Date: Tuesday, June 24, 1997 7:00 PM
> In the past the list has had various discussions on exactly what size
> aftermarket tire and wheel combinations will work. Unfortunetly with no
> difinitive answer as to what will really work in different wheel widths.
> I would like to collect as much information as possible from those of
> you that have installed 1+ or 2+ wheels with both good and bad results.
> After I receive the info i will put it together and make it available
> to those that want it.
> Info needed.
> 1. Wheel diameter
> 2. Wheel width
> 3. Offset/rear spacing
> 4. Tire size and brand
> 5. Year of car (are 84's different?)
> Pete Kunzler
> 86 4kq
> (wanting new wheels and tires BAD)