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The Mk7 OEM wheels thread

ThatMK7GTIguy

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Car(s)
2019 Rabbit GTI
Yes, this is stock height. I'm currently looking for someone with a set of lowering springs and either the eurosport camber kit, or a set of Clubsport lower knuckles to test fit for rubbing. The back will clear no problem, but the front for sure will rub without a bit more camber. And no, I don't want to "stance" the car but it would look even better with a little bit of a drop.
 

MonkeyMD

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Fraysa

Go Kart Newbie
Location
Israel
Car(s)
2016 MK7 1.4TSI
My friend has a 2011 Audi A3 8P. He bought a genuine set of Rotor 19" (for like 4000$ shipped).
When I got my MK7, he was nice enough to give me his old OEM Audi Quattro GmbH 17" wheels. I think they look great on my MK7.

I fired up ETKA to check their name. The part number is 8P0601025AL, they were also on the MK5/MK6 I think.

Pictures are before I put spacers. Their offset is 56mm so I needed 10mm spacers.

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stock_GTI

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Location
Seattle, WA
Car(s)
2019 VW GTI 6-MT
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TCdaosithui

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Location
SoCal
This is my winter setup. OEM Audi A3 S-Line wheels 18x7.5 powder coated “Porsche Silver” and ceramic coated with APR 15mm front/10mm rear spacers. The tires are Pirelli Cinturato C7 245/40/R18. Switching to Michelin AS4s ASAP.

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you got 245/40-18 on your 18x7.5? I was told we can only do 235/40-18 max on Austin's 18x7.5! Any issue? Maybe the tire brand, Michelin ran wider than Pirelli?
 

PowerDemon

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Location
Fredericksburg, VA
Car(s)
Mk7 GTI
you got 245/40-18 on your 18x7.5? I was told we can only do 235/40-18 max on Austin's 18x7.5! Any issue? Maybe the tire brand, Michelin ran wider than Pirelli?

Yes I do. I was under the same impression, but when I picked up these wheels those were the tires that were on there 🤷‍♂️. No issues besides some additional roll in the turns. Then again, that could just be from soft side walls. I do know for a fact that Michelins run MUCH wider, and when I go back with Michelins I will be going back to a 225 section tire.
 

vw83

New member
Location
New York
Car(s)
2012 Audi
A winter wash and wax (it got above freezing!) with the stock Austin's back on until the spring. I just wish DAP hadn't run out of the spacers on their black Friday sale; I'll be waiting 60-90 days to fix that offset..

What did you do to those Austin's to make them look black instead of silver??
 
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