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How to Find Your OEM Audi Wheel:

  • The best way to identify exactly which factory Audi rims you need is to select your model below, then your specific year.
  • After selecting the year you will find photos and information for all of the different original Audi wheel options available.
  • Not sure what size wheel you have? Your tire size should read similar to P235/75R17. The number after the "R" is your wheel diameter.
  • The full dimensions, including width, may be noted on the front of a stock steel wheel but are generally located on the back side of an alloy wheel.
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  1. Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58948

    Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58948

    Size: 17" x 7.5", 5 Lug, 112mm Bolt Pattern
    Finish: Hyper Silver
    Description: Used Audi A3 5 Double Spoke Original Alloy Rim
    Condition: Like-New
    $275.00

  2. Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58949

    Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58949

    Size: 18" x 8", 5 Lug, 112mm Bolt Pattern
    Finish: Hyper Silver
    Description: Used Audi A3 10 Spoke Original Alloy Rim
    Condition: Like-New
    $300.00

  3. Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58950

    Audi A3 Wheel Part Number 58950

    Size: 19" x 8", 5 Lug, 112mm Bolt Pattern
    Finish: Machined and Charcoal
    Description: Used Audi A3 5 Spoke Stock Alloy Rim
    Condition: Like-New
    $360.00

  4. Audi S6 Wheel Part Number 58977

    Audi S6 Wheel Part Number 58977

    Size: 20" x 8.5", 5 Lug, 112mm Bolt Pattern
    Finish: Silver
    Description: Used Audi S6 5 Split Spoke OEM Alloy Wheels
    Condition: Like-New
    $400.00

  5. Audi S6 Wheel Part Number 58978

    Audi S6 Wheel Part Number 58978

    Size: 20" x 8.5", 5 Lug, 112mm Bolt Pattern
    Finish: Machined and Charcoal
    Description: Used Audi S6 5 Double Spoke OEM Alloy Wheels
    Condition: Like-New
    $450.00

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