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    2018 RS3 on TSW Bathurst

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    Established Member Two Rings davebeats's Avatar
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    It looks good

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    Looks awesome indeed!


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    Fitment look great.

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    They look sweet! I’ve always loved that wheel but I’ve heard mixed results about quality. And there’s always the running joke that TSW stands for “The Soft Wheel”.
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    I like it!

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    Damn what’s the fitment? Mine didn’t fit on the standard brakes


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    Established Member Two Rings javbomb's Avatar
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    They look sick, are they 20's?

    Honestly one of the first wheels I have liked for this car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman302 View Post
    They look sweet! I’ve always loved that wheel but I’ve heard mixed results about quality. And there’s always the running joke that TSW stands for “The Soft Wheel”.
    They're fine. They're not HRE, but they reflect the price point. They build a lot of wheels and have been doing it for a long time.

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    They’re 19’s...you can see the tire size on one of the shots.


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    That RS3 was built by DS Customs in Bernadino CA. I am sure you could call them to get wheel widths and offsets.

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    Active Member Two Rings Bartcardi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_dennis_s View Post
    That RS3 was built by DS Customs in Bernadino CA. I am sure you could call them to get wheel widths and offsets.
    It's marked in the comments on this video ;-) 8.5x19 et 32 (they only clears the breaks by a sheet of paper)
    https://youtu.be/kHIAmLOt7UY
    Last edited by Bartcardi; 02-13-2018 at 11:45 PM.

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    Really nice looking wheels on that car and some great photos.

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    I have never been a fan of the staight blade style with cars that have big brakes and stock high offsets. You tend to have to run exaggerated offsets to clear your brakes and it can make the car look awkward. I think it's a nice look for the stance crowd so that's ok by me.

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    Senior Member Two Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartcardi View Post
    It's marked in the comments on this video ;-) 8.5x19 et 32 (they only clears the breaks by a sheet of paper)
    https://youtu.be/kHIAmLOt7UY
    That makes sense I had et42 in the same size and still needed to go with a 10mm spacer to barely clear. I love those wheels so I would have been upset if they had something I could have used. This is however not functional for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Potatohead_RS3 View Post
    They're fine. They're not HRE, but they reflect the price point. They build a lot of wheels and have been doing it for a long time.
    Agreed. And I'm not sure I'd honestly rate the HRE FF much higher than the TSW FF. The Bathurst is certainly one of the best values in FF. I've sold several sets with zero complaints.
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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Just Got the same wheels on a Navarra Blue S3. I think the wheels makes the blue (and red in this case) pop more.

    Et32 was very aggressive on the S3 though. Wheels almost poking out




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