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    The Official Golf MKIV Picture Thread






    Love how those wheels make the front disc rotors look.









    Last edited by Justin Fox; 13-02-2010 at 11:23 PM.

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    F - 18x9.5 et 15 215/40/18
    R - 18x9.5 et 10 215/40/18

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    Trying to cross check these wheels specs from other sources as well.
    They tally with the post on www.speedhunters.com as well but are different elsewhere.

    I want to order the same rims. The specs below are for direct figment or via adapters?
    Plus is this a STD production from Rota or a special batch?

    Any help will be appreciated.
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    F - 18x9.5 et 15 215/40/18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samaj View Post
    Trying to cross check these wheels specs from other sources as well.
    They tally with the post on www.speedhunters.com as well but are different elsewhere.

    I want to order the same rims. The specs below are for direct figment or via adapters?
    Plus is this a STD production from Rota or a special batch?

    Any help will be appreciated.
    Cheers
    Sam
    they are Rota Grids. only the wider ones have that kind of 'concavity.'
    they do come in 5 x 100 and can be had new for a little over $1000AUD. look on ebay.
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    Thanks but I know the spec. I just want a confirmation of spec on these particular ones one the photo.
    As I love the way they fit the golf.
    Any know the owner of this golf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Fox View Post






    F - 18x9.5 et 15 215/40/18
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    can anyone confirm what work needs to be done to fit these on a mk4?
    Last edited by sno33; 12-10-2011 at 09:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sno33 View Post
    can anyone confirm what work needs to be done to fit these on a mk4?
    Lots of arch work. The arches on that are rolled & pulled. Then there's the wheels, if you look at the first pic the are proud of the arches, so you'll need some stretched tyres. Then you'll have to slam the car to make it all work. It'd look shite with anything less than a 100mm drop. That car in that guise has raised turrets & a notched chassis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Scruff View Post
    Lots of arch work. The arches on that are rolled & pulled. Then there's the wheels, if you look at the first pic the are proud of the arches, so you'll need some stretched tyres. Then you'll have to slam the car to make it all work. It'd look shite with anything less than a 100mm drop. That car in that guise has raised turrets & a notched chassis.
    and what type of camber would i need to run?

    thanks in advance

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    Sweet.
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