Since the wheel is forged aluminum it is plenty room to be safe
EDIT: 14mm cone seat hole
Last edited by DieselDubber; 10-07-2012 at 06:56 PM.
You may also be able to run tuner lugs (which are smaller) so you could have a smaller hole. The shop I went to just didn't have an option for different hole sizes.
Last edited by DieselDubber; 10-07-2012 at 09:35 PM.
If you could get me some up close pictures of both the fronts of the faces and backs of the faces. Unless they're on the car then just the fronts.
And I can speak about tires, 205/45 is the smallest you wanna go, nankangs sdrives stretch well and so do achillies sports
Here are some I took while I was refinishing them
Back (ok maybe a 1/4 inch between centerbore)
I know it looks pretty sketchy (a les schwab wouldn't even mount them for me saying it was risky)
But it is fine, I had a cheap set of multilug wheels that looked similar in the bolt pattern widths and those were fine for 2 years, and these are forged bbs which are a ton stronger
Btw your car was one of the ones that inspired me to get these wheels, and I'm loving the tdi build
Last edited by DieselDubber; 10-09-2012 at 12:19 AM.
It takes multiple applications and if you are going to polish the lip be ready for a lot of work because apparently the compound of the metal is different than, say, an rs
@unit zero: those polished hex caps look great hard to find a set of those now
Last edited by DieselDubber; 10-09-2012 at 04:41 PM.