common guys someone needs these!
Hello everyone. I am selling my set of alphards off my Audi a4. I bought the set of 4 wheels off ebay for 1,100 brand new. The mercedes center caps were not included so I paid an extra 100 for the four. Unfortunately one of the caps fell off while driving so I only have 3. Fronts are 18x8.5 and the rears are 18x9.5. Every wheel is in perfect condition except one of the back ones. It has a light scratch where I brushed up against a curb going about 2 miles an hour. It will more than likely be able to wet sand out because it is not a bad scratch. The wheels come with brand new tires as well. They are Falken 512's. Fronts are 215/35/18 and the rears are 215/40/18. The wheels have very nice stretch on them. I bought this setup a few weeks after Christmas this year. The tires are fantastic and have no wear at all. I paid about 2,100 for everything. I would of course like to get as close to what I paid because of the short amount of time that I have had them. If anyone is interested feel free to make me an offer. I would like to do it in person because I really do not want to deal with shipping. Thanks guys! The fastest way to contact me would be by cell. My number is 703 851 9154. you can call or text.
Drivers side front
Drivers side rear
Passenger side rear. (the one with the scratch)
Passenger side front
Showing the stretch
Last edited by pntballer678; 03-11-2012 at 09:16 PM.
what was the point in using two diff tires sizes on a all wheel drive car? why did you go with tiny tires there was no need your car is not low at all.. i have the same wheels on 225/40's stretched in the rear, and i could go bigger.. plus my car is a good 2 inches lower than yours.?? glws though
anyone in their right mind buying these for a quattro car will not want this tire setup.. obviously you dont care to much about your car(a4)
if your gonna spend money.. why not do it "the right way" and not "the wrong way"
spending 100 on caps?? anyone can get those for 50..
Common knowledge around here says 4%. If it's 100% truth, i can't say, but i read multiple threads of people saying 4%. I also read a copy and paste of the e-mail spoken of in that thread before i ran a staggered setup.
According to this Audi switched to Haldex for their Quattro cars in 1998
And i can tell you from experience there was a HUGE difference in my 1990 Quattro and my 2002 Quattro in their behaviour.
I've ran 215/40 F and 225/40 R on my alphards for by b5 a4 and it fell under the 3% diameter difference that quattro allows. I believe it was ~1% difference.
Bump for nice wheels.
I sold mine for $1300 without shipping and they were in slightly rougher shape than these.
/// Low Männer