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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    Wheel choice - HRE flow form or AG 650?

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    Have recently decided to change out the tires on my 2013 S6 from A/S to summer (living the Arizona life :) ).

    Thinking about changing wheels from the OEM S6 wheels as well. What are people's thoughts on these two different styles, price aside? My car is quartz grey

    AG 650: Cool design, but the standard finish looks quite raw.

    HRE FF01: Classic, but maybe too common?

    Budget is important, so I'm looking to stay stock finishes - definitely think the lighter colors would work best. Looking for a wheel that is lighter than stock. Plan on 20x9 ET35 fitment w 265/35/20 PS4.

    Thanks for your opinions!

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    Established Member Two Rings MolonLabe300's Avatar
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    I would get the one that weight less than the other. Both look great.

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    Veteran Member Three Rings
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    The AG wheel is pretty sick, the HRE wheel is a very common style which you could get from a number of manufactures.
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    Established Member Two Rings BWilson's Avatar
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    I like the HRE FF01...
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