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    Rims for a city golf

    Hey all,

    Alright, I'm busy looking for white Rims, multi spoke for my white '08 city golf.
    It has not been dropped yet, and plan on doing so after I've bought the rims and tires. So at the moment I have these specific option picked out, And I was looking for advice on if they would fit. I know they are 5x100, but I don't know too much about the offset, and how it will sit after the car is dropped.

    Link: http://www.carid.com/styluz-wheels/m...te-474793.html

    thanks in advance.

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    Probably the same offset as a MK4 as the width of the body or suspension didnt change in those ones.
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    Sweet. Thanks guys!

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    Would he not be better off with a 35+ then?

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    these days he may as well go right to a -15, spin a set for 400$ coilovers all the way down and have a ballin' ass utterly useless vehicle


    With a 17x7 as the wheels the OP shows, 35 would be better IMO
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    Cool

    Looks like I'm going for the 35. Thanks.

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