11-05-1998, 06:14 PM
I just saw a couple pictures in the General Discussion forum of A4's awesome wheels. Some of the responses indicated that the wheels are Hamann Monoblocks (Not sure if spelling is correct). I was not considering purchasing after-market wheels for my car, until now. If anyone has info(prices, where to purchase, weight of each wheel, offset, etc.) I would really appreciate it. These wheels are beautifully matched for the A4 in my opinion. Thanks in advance for your responses.<p>Paul<br>
11-05-1998, 10:06 PM
The Hamann Monoblock IIs are about $3000/ with tires... thats including cross drilling... from what I've heard so far they are made for BMWs and have to be MODIFIED for A4s. ... I plan on buying a set within the next 2 weeks.<p><br>-Dantley
11-06-1998, 05:42 AM
If you get more information on fitment of Hamanns to the A4 please let me know whatever you find out. Thanks...
11-06-1998, 06:31 AM
This is the Monoblock. The pic on the General Discussion may be another Hamann wheel. As has been said, Hamanns fit BMW, so they would have to be re-drilled to fit Audi.<p>CraigB
11-06-1998, 07:58 AM
I confirmed it in a copy of EC.<p>CraigB
Craig,<p>I've seen and liked the monoblocks before, but I don't see how you could redrill this wheel without destroying its appearance. Don't have experience with redrilling though. Also, I haven't seen a pic of the monoblock (I) on an A4--anyone else?<p>Rich<br>'98 2.8Q sport
11-08-1998, 08:42 PM
He's got them on his 1.8T, and the redrill job looks really good on it. You can hardly tell until you get about within 3 feet of his car...and still then, it looks fine. <p>I'd go that way with wheels myself, i don't think there is a much better looking wheel for the A4....(despite the fact that it wasn't made for an A4, who gives : )<p>HTH, <br>Edmund Louie<br>98 A4Q 30V
11-09-1998, 06:52 AM
my email is: email@example.com<p>Thanks...