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Old 09-19-2018, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Alex313 View Post
Oh, and the discussion about the 22's with standard suspension. These were available in the UK last year when we bought and we were told you had to have air suspension or they wouldn't fit properly. The configurator wouldn't let you add without.
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Interesting, glad I ordered the air susp.
That makes no sense whatsoever. Tire and wheel sizes below:

21" 285/40/21 on 21x9.5 ET31
22" 285/35/22 on 22x10 ET26

What that means is that the tires are the exact same width, the 22" tire is actually 3mm smaller in diameter than the 21", and the wheels are a paltry 1mm closer to the suspension. For all intents and purposes, the dimensions of these two wheel/tire combinations is identical. If you were told that they wouldn't fit on the steel suspension, you were lied to.
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Old 09-19-2018, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by geko29 View Post
That makes no sense whatsoever. Tire and wheel sizes below:

21" 285/40/21 on 21x9.5 ET31
22" 285/35/22 on 22x10 ET26

What that means is that the tires are the exact same width, the 22" tire is actually 3mm smaller in diameter than the 21", and the wheels are a paltry 1mm closer to the suspension. For all intents and purposes, the dimensions of these two wheel/tire combinations is identical. If you were told that they wouldn't fit on the steel suspension, you were lied to.
It makes plenty of sense in my case and as I explained earlier in my thread, the air susp was ordered to help cushion the ride for the 22" setup...
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Old 09-20-2018, 05:19 AM
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Originally Posted by RJC 1 View Post
It makes plenty of sense in my case and as I explained earlier in my thread, the air susp was ordered to help cushion the ride for the 22" setup...
Sorry, I wasn't trying to say there's no reason to order them together. But the first post I quoted said it was impossible to order the 22s without air suspension because they wouldn't fit. And that's nonsense.
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by geko29 View Post
Sorry, I wasn't trying to say there's no reason to order them together. But the first post I quoted said it was impossible to order the 22s without air suspension because they wouldn't fit. And that's nonsense.
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We have a Black one here with the 21's in the 2-tone...personally dont like them. Cannot wait to get mine with the 22's in a few months.
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Old 10-26-2018, 06:48 AM
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Iím surprised how reasonable 22Ē all season tires are. Guess thereís more vehicles out there in the suv market with that size. Looking on tire rack, several good options in the 275-300 per tire range.
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Looks like these wheels are around $1200 per wheel new from Audi. They are marked as "Forged"
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Motorweek reviews are a bit too fawning for me. Trying too hard not to offend anybody, especially car makers. I prefer the British reviews which generally seem more honest. That said, I don't really disagree with any of it. RS3 is a nice ride, but not sure its 60-70k nice.
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