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Audi A4 Avant Quattro S4 Cabriolet 2002-2008 18" Factory Oem Wheel Rim 58777 on 2040-parts.com

US $859.96
Location:

Oceanside, New York, United States

Oceanside, New York, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Factory OEM Rim Diameter:18" Manufacturer Part Number:8E0601025LZ17 Rim Width:8" Bolt Pattern:112mm Offset:45mm Number of Bolts:5

These rims come equipped on a Audi A4. These are aluminum wheels with a diameter of 18" and a width of 8". These Audi A4 wheels have 5 lug holes and a bolt pattern of 112mm.The offset of these rims is 45mm. The corresponding OEM part number for these rims is Audi part number(s): 8E0601025LZ17. The Silver finish on these wheels has been refinished to brand new condition.These Audi wheels are definitely the right wheel to get your Audi on the road in style. These Audi A4 wheels are Factory OEM wheels. The wheels have been professionally refinished to like new condition in both quality and performance.All of our Factory OEM wheels are remanufactured to meet or exceed SAE and ASTM wheel testing standards. This ensures that not only do the wheels look like new wheels off the Audi assembly line, but they perform like them too. All of our Audi wheels are backed by our Auto Rim Shop guarantee.Our guarantee ensures you receive the best possible quality wheel. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, we will be happy to accept a return on your Audi wheels in unused condition within 30 days of delivery. Please just let our customer service center know and we will be happy to make things right.

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