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Also give us some specs (size, offset, tire size, brand etc.)
I was going to go for the Audi "Rotor" wheels but then decided to go with the standard 19". The Pila style Audi wheels look nice too in the accessories catalog. Just so darned expensive though.
Can't wait to see what your's look like.
Wow, I should have got your wheels. My car had the stock 18's on them but I told the dealer they can get a car from another dealer with 19's or swap them for another car. Cost me about $1000 more to swap them but was still cheaper than a dealer trade since they would not give me the same discount. Maybe I could have made a deal with you if I had known. Oh well, too late now.
I actually like the "Rotor" and "Pila" style Audi wheels better than the stock 19's but they still look better than the 18's. They do ride a little rougher though but I like the handling better.
So basically you are keeping the tires and sensors and just trading the rims out? I'd hang on to the original 19's for resale since people get bent out of shape with after market rims.
Can't wait to see photos. Not a lot of customizing going on with Q3's so your going to be special!
Would love to show you the finished product today...we'll see!
(I also have to go used car shopping with my 18-year-old. Dear God! )
Have you posted a pic of your Q so far? I'd love to see it.
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