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post #1 of 7 Old 4th January 2017, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Change Of Alloys

Looking for some of the BE+ 19 inch (black) alloys for my A5, Mine currently has the 19inch rotor alloys which are in excellent condition as I've only owned the car for 3 months.

If anybody know of anyone who would consider doing a swap (plus cash). Or even selling some could they get in touch.

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Just an idea - you can get your existing alloys repainted in black. Cheaper too.


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Silver 2008 A5 coupe.
3.2 V6 FSI 2WD automatic S line.
19" Y spokes with Pirelli P-Zeros.
160,000km. Leather interior. Love it !!
Recently had the wheels refurbished, the bodywork polished, badges removed and fitted the pedal box booster. Full set of Brembo discs and pads and calipers repainted in silver. New carbon mirror covers.
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Is black with the polished edge something that can be done to existing wheels? I love it

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Yeah something ive thought about but im not sure how they would look? Would hate for someone to do a bad job on them then i would have ruined a good set of alloys

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Just an idea - you can get your existing alloys repainted in black. Cheaper too.
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Well I have had amazing results and 7 year old alloys now look like new so hey why not go and see an expert cos they will surely show you some examples of their work......and yes, I think that you can get the black with polished edge no problem!!


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Hi guys,

I am planning to upgrade my 16 inch rims to 18 inch rimS for summer tires on my Audi A6 C7. The factory rim size for my Audi A6 is 8Jx18 ET39, I assume hub bore of 66,6.

I have found this great offer of Audi A4 8W rims (8W0601025H) with the following specification 8Jx18 ET40, a hub bore of 66,5.

I need an expert opinion on this, if these new A4 rims would fit to my A6 C7, with 1 mm difference on ET and 0,1 difference on hub bore?

I would appreciate your feedback.
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