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Will 05-10 wheels fit my 2000?

I'm getting ready to purchase some 17x9 bullits from AM, and the 05-10 ones are about 30 bucks cheaper per wheel right now, will they fit? Or can i make them fit somehow?

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They will be approx. 5/8" farther outward than the '99~'04 wheels due to off-set

The fronts will not fit, but the backs probably would. Spend the extra $$$ and get the correct wheels for your ride

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Thanks jazz. I was just hoping I could save a few bucks but I guess not. What about the 94-98 wheels? I believe those are on sale as well

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Thanks jazz. I was just hoping I could save a few bucks but I guess not. What about the 94-98 wheels? I believe those are on sale as well
The '94~'04 wheels require the same off-set, just the New Edge has a bit more room under the fender wells.

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05-10 wheels will be sunk in alot more. I'm actually going to go with 99-04 wheels on my 2008 for a more aggressive stance. So basically it will stick out just a lil

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^ oops.... your right, I had that backwards

Had the exact same question, but the other way around earlier today and got confused

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They will bolt on but you will need a spacer to get it to line up stock

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The '94~'04 wheels require the same off-set, just the New Edge has a bit more room under the fender wells.

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Partially incorrect...... the new edge axles are actually longer than sn95 axles, which are longer than fox axles. The wheels will fit with some spacing issues to be handled but it opens up some options for you. Just was a blonde in town driving a DSG new edge with 2011 bullits..... looked fucking amazing.. the wheels and car I mean.
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