According to 2 different Audi parts departments, the 19" wheel is 9" wide, not 9.5" that you have on the site (for a 2013 Audi S5)
My Audi S5 has a 19-inch rim. It is 19"x9" with an offset (ET) of 33mm. Your chart says it has an offset of 35mm. When I use 18-inch rims for snow tires (18"x8.5"), the recommended offset is 27mm (www.1010tires.com/tools/wheel-offset-calculator). Which is correct?
Hi,M.R.The offset for wheels have tolerance,Normally it is +-5mm,so,if your car wheel offset is 33mm,it means the biggest offset is 38mm and the smallest is 28mm. For 18'' rims,27mm is also ok, because the wheel size is smaller.
My original rim offset is ET32 for an Audi S5 2014. Can I fit rims with a ET43 offset? Both are 8.5j X 19
I believe the 19" wheels are 8.5" wide. I see your chart says 19x9, is that accurate?
Hi,Andrew Sells,it have 19*8.5 in the chart,you can find https://www.wheel-size.com/size/audi/s5/2010/ And 19*9.0 is also a choice for car owner.it is fitable.
2011 Audi s5 4.2Staggered 9x20 front 10.5x20 rear Verde Ax wheels245/35 front and 275/30 rearI would like wider front wheels, the OEM manual states for 20" rims 265/30 are recommended....and that's what I would like to do.
This is the wheel/tire set up the car came to me with. I don't really want to buy new rims so is doing a F265 and R275 set up OK on the different width wheels? Rolling rpm/diameter are very close.
...not sure on what’s the best / biggest / widest / maximum tires or rims will fit your car?
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