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Can anyone tell me if the offset of ET35 on an aftermarket set of 18" wheels would fit okay on a Scirocco. The guides seem to indicate that the Interlagos wheel is ET41 and a difference of 6 to 8 would not be too dramatic! Or alternatively I would prefer to purchase a set of used Interlagos/tyres when some finally crop up again, let me know if you hear of some lurking awaiting purchase! :lol:
 

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should fit fine with a 35 offset depending on the width of the wheels. The wider stance will look much better :cool:
 

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Thanks for the reply, still thinking that the genuine Interlagos wheels will be the way to go should someone wish to sll me some :roll:
 

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phill1101 said:
Thanks for the reply, still thinking that the genuine Interlagos wheels will be the way to go should someone wish to sll me some :roll:
Be warned they are very heavy, but are a nice design. :cool:
 

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Heavy is a bit unfortunate but if I keep to O/E parts/wheels then I dont have to increase my insurance costs too much, also I am unsure what else would suit in 18" ? Any ideas?
 

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phill1101 said:
Heavy is a bit unfortunate but if I keep to O/E parts/wheels then I dont have to increase my insurance costs too much, also I am unsure what else would suit in 18" ? Any ideas?
A few ideas....

BBs LM
BBS CH
BBS CK
OZ Ultraleggera
Speedline Turini
Audi RS4 (infact most audi wheels)
 

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OZ seem smart as do the BBS CH, as pricey for the set (with tyres) as used Interlagos. Keep hunting I guess... :roll:
 
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