The Rota Grid is one of our best sellers and one of our favorite wheels. It comes with a variations of color and different sizes and fitments. Comparing the wideness of the deep aggressive concavity 10 and 9.5 inch to the slightly curved spoke of the 8.5 inch width Grids. They came in high offset to clear big brake calipers to the low offset for other fitments.
- 18×10 +25
- 18×9.5 +44, +38, +35, +20
- 18×8.5/9.5 +44/+38
- 18×8.5 +44, +42
- 17×9 +42, +35, +30, +20, +12
- 17×8 +40
- 16×8 zero
- Deep Red
- Flat Black
- Full Royal Silver
- Gun Metal
- Hyper Black
- Hyper Blue
- Hyper Silver
- Speed Bronze
- Sports Bronze
- Titanium Chrome
Owner: Michelle G.
Car: VW Golf MK5
Wheels: 18×9 Rundfahren RM200 - Machined(5×112/e40/73)
Suspension: Autopilot V1 Management
We just got a shipment of the latest dish style wheels from Rundfahren - the RM200 in Machined finish. These wheels look right at home on a VW Rabbit!
Available in the following specs:
Car: 2000 Audi S4
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Full Royal Silver (5×112/e38/73)
Suspension: H&R Coilovers
Check out Troy’s Audi S4 rocking the Grids in Full Royal Silver. Looking to get this set up for your Audi/VW? We just restocked the 5×112 Grids. Flat Black and Full Royal Silver in stock and ready to ship.
The 5×112 Grids are back by popular demand! We have restocked the Full Royal Silver color and also added Flat Black for those of you looking for a darker colored wheel. Get your set now since the 5×112 Grids only come in limited quantities.
A huge number of our VW and Audi customers have been requesting for 5×112 Rota Grids for some time now. A lot of them still purchased the 5×114.3 Rota Grids and installed them with the use of wobble bolts. Well, there’s no need to do that anymore since the 5×112 Rota Grids are coming in on the second week of October! At WheelDude, we always try to have something for everyone. Be sure to pre-order your set by clicking on the product name below since we’re pretty sure that these are going to run out fast.
Car: 06 Audi B7 A4
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Gold (5×114.3/e38/73) (rear w/ 5mm spacers)
Tires: 225/40/18 Hankook V12 Evo
Suspension: Stasis Streetsport Coilovers
Nicely done Audi. Nick wanted some reasonably priced wheels and that’s what made him pick up a set of Grids in Gold. It’s quite different seeing Audi’s on our site & we hope you enjoy looking at the pictures as much as we do!
Photos provided by Jinsan Lee.
Owner: Mark Lambert
Car: 2003 Audi A4 1.8t Quattro
Wheels: Yamaha Black Rota Grids 18×9.5 +20 (5mm spacers for the rear)
Tires: 215/40/18 Falken 512
Now here’s something new. Audi on Rotas. Mark was able to fit these 5×114 Rota Grids on a car with a 5×112 bolt pattern. You might be wondering how he did it. The holes of the wheels were drilled out a bit for a larger diameter and wobble bolts were used to keep the wheels in place. Hub centric rings were also installed to fill the gap between the hub and the center bore. Voila! 5×114 wheels on a 5×112 car. How he did it might be questionable to some but there’s no denying that this car is a thing of beauty.
DISCLAIMER: WHEELDUDE DOES NOT RECOMMEND THIS PARTICULAR WHEEL FOR THIS PARTICULAR CAR.
It’s been a tradition here at Wheeldude.com to give mad props to the dopest cars of the year rocking a set of Linea Corse or Rota wheels. Not just any cars with a set of wheels on and a drop, but cars with a good amount of time, effort, and pride put into them. In search of the créme de la créme, we’ve reached out to all the car communities we post on regularly.
WHO: The Wheeldude.com Car of the Year 2010 Photo Contest is open to all cars running Rota Wheels or Linea Corse Wheels.
WHAT: We would like to have a little photo contest as a sign of appreciation for all the interest, business, and exposure this forum has provided us.
If your car is currently sporting Rota/Linea Corse Wheels, just post up a couple of pictures of your car in the respective forum threads. Be sure to include your full name (last name can be abbreviated with the first letter) and the wheel model/color you are running.
WHEN: The deadline for the submission of nominations will be on November 30. After this date, we will pick the top 15 cars from the nominees posted on this thread. A new poll thread will then be created on December 1. The winners will be determined through the votes that you will be casting. Be sure to check out that thread too.
PRIZES: Please visit the sites below as each site has it’s own set of prizes for their respective cars.
The pictures that you will be posting in these threads will be the same pictures that will be displayed in a poll thread for each forum. So, make it count!