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    Crazy lows, is the whole of the US completely flat?! Haha, wish I could get my Jetta down that much, looks awesome fella

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    my mistake or the rear wheels are bigger than the front ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a3 german View Post
    my mistake or the rear wheels are bigger than the front ones?
    Yeah they are. Iv never heard the term 'double staggered' before, although I assume thats what it means, 2 wheels are wider in width AND circumference.

    UK Mk4 Jetta

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    they are vette wheels but i dont know if they staggered the size as well as the width?

    but looks very dope Op! love the blue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daan! View Post
    Yeah they are. Iv never heard the term 'double staggered' before, although I assume thats what it means, 2 wheels are wider in width AND circumference.
    this is correct.

    The fronts are 17x8.5
    the rears are 18x9.5

    I'm not 100% sure on the offset of the wheels as it's been more then two years since i have owned a set of c5's. But i believe its something like et56 front and et61 rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator View Post
    LOL, no, my mini is bone stock at the moment, I work at fed jacks so I'm through wells everyday
    Hahaha, really? Maybe I should work there. You guys hiring?

    Quote Originally Posted by JSM Graphics View Post
    That is a shame, but it is still a lovely motor, and awesomely low!
    I know , but thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by D&W View Post
    i dont get how you can drive that good work
    LOL, I just drive it carefully. I know most of the roads well to avoid the big stuff. I just hit subframe mostly. If anything Socal should be easier to drive in, than Maine. haha

    Quote Originally Posted by Daan! View Post
    Crazy lows, is the whole of the US completely flat?! Haha, wish I could get my Jetta down that much, looks awesome fella
    hahaha Deff not where I'm from. I drive with caution and occasional subframe scrapage if I want to light up the road.

    Quote Originally Posted by a3 german View Post
    my mistake or the rear wheels are bigger than the front ones?
    Quote Originally Posted by Daan! View Post
    Yeah they are. Iv never heard the term 'double staggered' before, although I assume thats what it means, 2 wheels are wider in width AND circumference.
    Quote Originally Posted by slotoyo View Post
    they are vette wheels but i dont know if they staggered the size as well as the width?

    but looks very dope Op! love the blue
    Quote Originally Posted by Dibaltic View Post
    this is correct.

    The fronts are 17x8.5
    the rears are 18x9.5

    I'm not 100% sure on the offset of the wheels as it's been more then two years since i have owned a set of c5's. But i believe its something like et56 front and et61 rear
    Yup they are double staggered, meaning differen't wheel diameter/ width front and back as Dibaltic mentioned. The offset is 56ET front and 65ET rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieMK4Rich View Post
    Yup they are double staggered, meaning differen't wheel diameter/ width front and back as Dibaltic mentioned. The offset is 56ET front and 65ET rear?
    Yeah they could be et65. But i could of sworn they were et61. I just remember them being something odd like that

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    idk, I could go check to see but I'm too lazy to haha.

    Cell phone pics ftw lol:


    Being static has it's cons.. like being able to snap your dog bone mounts.


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