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I run a small tire shop LLC out of my garage in Upstate, NY and can offer a 10-15% discount on Tire Rack winter packages for the ID.4. Fits every ID.4 trim, RWD or AWD.



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Wheels available in silver or black. Made in the USA!

Includes new lugs and hubcentric rings. Mounted and balanced with color matching sticky weights.
Price is for the silver AE900 only. Add ~$40 for black, PM for actual quote. (No idea why the cost went up)

Edit 10/3/2022 - Pricing has fluctuated drastically since I originally made this post - please PM for a quote.

Tires:
$1115
+ tax - Falken Winterpeak F-Ice 1 - 235/60R18XL - Unique tread pattern for great performance in snow and handling on dry/wet roads.
(Falken Espia EPZ II SUV also available for $1135 - 14/32" tread depth!!)

$1145 + tax - Hankook Winter I-pike RW-11 - 235/60R18XL - Deep tread blocks with a V pattern for displacing water and snow.

$1175 + tax - Cooper Evolution Winter - 235/60R18 - Deep, aggressive tread.
TR Shipped Price: $1331.96 + tax (n)

$1245 + tax - Cooper Discoverer True North - 235/60R18XL - A quieter more premium winter tire.

All prices are picked up in Endwell, NY. Cash or credit.

Cooper Evo/Falken WP/Hankook L to R



Can meet along major highways or the Binghamton, NY Electrify America station.

If you'd like a different wheel or tire or 19/20" fitment, please PM for a custom package and quote. I source the wheels from TR and my tires from a local distributor. I can also get TR tires but the pricing may be less aggressive. All manufacturer warranties and rebate eligibility remain, with me being the retailer.
 

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Does the load rating needs to be at least 105 front and 107 back?
Good call! The factory 19" tires are 105/107. 20" are 104/105. The Cooper 103T tires for example, have a max weight rating of 1929lbs each, putting them within the gross axle ratings of the ID.4. But for those who want the XL load rating, the Falken or the Hankook would be great choices as well, they are 107T XL.

Per Tire Rack: "If your car comes with an XL tire, it is recommended to stick with XL options. However, standard load tires can still be used provided they meet the vehicle's GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) requirements. The vehicle's placard, usually located in the driver's doorjamb, lists the front and rear GAWR. With two tires per axle, the tire load rating must be at least half of the GAWR. The vehicle placard will also list the service description of the original tires."

GAWR F: 2535lbs - 1267lbs per tire
GAWR R: 3373lbs - 1686lbs per tire
 

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Can you update options with metal wheels and no hub centric rings in the mix.
Im originally from Germany and have ID.4 in US also ....i prefer metal wheels for the winter.
I think this would be cool. Spent some time searching and I found one 18x7.5 5x112 57.1mm wheel that would potentially work, but it's in Canada and would be priced considerably higher than what I can get the alloy wheels for... :( If you know of any within the US, shoot me a PM. Right now it doesn't look like I can get any steel wheels for this car from any of my distributors.
 

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@fiehlsport,

Never owning a car with staggered wheels before is it normal to have a set of winter wheels the same width front and back?

Also, I am assuming your recommended tire set would work with the up and coming AWD model just fine.

Will keep you in mind when picking up snow tires this winter for my ID.4 AWD. Just wish you where closer to the NY/Mass line. Hate how everything north of The Tappan Zee Bridge is considered upstate New York.

Thanks.

Scott
 

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Never owning a car with staggered wheels before is it normal to have a set of winter wheels the same width front and back?

Also, I am assuming your recommended tire set would work with the up and coming AWD model just fine.
Yup - it's very typical to square out the staggered setups for winter. Allows you to rotate the snows each season, and slightly narrower tires are always a good thing due to their ability to "cut" through snow better.

This 18" setup is good to go for all ID.4 models as US versions all use the same brakes. Depending on the time I may be able to do Oneonta pickup (Brooks BBQ is always worth it) but with a new baby it's hard to say.
 

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Do you know if 17-inch wheels will fit at all? I have a set of Blizzaks on 17 inch wheels for my MK7 GTI that I would like to re-purpose. My GTI has the larger brakes of the Performance Package. I was told by Tire Rack that they do not recommend 17-inch wheels, but they might fit. My incoming ID4 will be AWD, so it’ll have the larger brakes too. Thoughts?
 

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Do you know if 17-inch wheels will fit at all? I have a set of Blizzaks on 17 inch wheels for my MK7 GTI that I would like to re-purpose. My GTI has the larger brakes of the Performance Package. I was told by Tire Rack that they do not recommend 17-inch wheels, but they might fit. My incoming ID4 will be AWD, so it’ll have the larger brakes too. Thoughts?
very unlikely, have seen 18” wheels only just clear the brakes, and am quite sure that a 17” won’t fit.
Better to selll these and buy the proper winters for the AWDs.
 

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99% sure there is no way a 17” will work on an AWD. Agree with Jimmy. 18” is close. I’m going to order my set today and do a test fit some time this week to see just how close it is.

EDIT: Added pics of the actual tires to the first post.
 

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Wheels will be here tomorrow. I’ll try to roll the ID.4 off my ramps (still deer damaged) and test fit. I have an FE, so it should already have the bigger brakes. TR doesn’t usually list wheels that won’t fit but it will be good to confirm with photos.

Edit: All US ID.4 rotors are the same and these are confirmed to fit now.
 

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Wheels will be here tomorrow. I’ll try to roll the ID.4 off my ramps (still deer damaged) and test fit. I have an FE, so it should already have the bigger brakes. TR doesn’t usually list wheels that won’t fit but it will be good to confirm with photos.
well that’s the fuzzy part. The 77KW has bigger brakes than the smaller battery brothers, but the media keeps mentioning that the AWD has even bigger rotors. This would also be the reason apparently, why the AWD is allowed to pull more weight than the RWD.

I’m really curious to see if that’s just marketing fuzz or if there is really truth to that statement
 

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well that’s the fuzzy part. The 77KW has bigger brakes than the smaller battery brothers, but the media keeps mentioning that the AWD has even bigger rotors. This would also be the reason apparently, why the AWD is allowed to pull more weight than the RWD.

I’m really curious to see if that’s just marketing fuzz or if there is really truth to that statement
I just referenced parts.vw.com in another thread and all models are showing the same front brakes in the USA. (RWD and AWD) I suspect this is the case...
 

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I just referenced parts.vw.com in another thread and all models are showing the same front brakes in the USA. (RWD and AWD) Now I'm curious if we all already have the "big" brakes slated for the AWD, or if there are even bigger brakes coming as you mentioned.
Think that @Andy at Ross-Tech.com mentioned in a thread somewhere that he compared parts on a AWD VIN. Maybe he can check if that AWD uses the same rotor and caliper part numbers.

Then again, if you checked it already, my suspicion that it is all marketing fuzz might be true after all.
 

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Think that @Andy at Ross-Tech.com mentioned in a thread somewhere that he compared parts on a AWD VIN. Maybe he can check if that AWD uses the same rotor and caliper part numbers.

Then again, if you checked it already, my suspicion that it is all marketing fuzz might be true after all.
I compared PartsLink24 for an AWD Pro S at a NJ dealer vs my RWD 1st edition:

AWD
1EA 615 123 B Brake caliper housing left
1EA 615 124 B Brake caliper housing right
1EA 615 301 B Brake disc (vented) 358X30

RWD 1st Ed
1EA 615 123 B Brake caliper housing left
1EA 615 124 B Brake caliper housing right
1EA 615 301 B Brake disc (vented) 358X30

Identical.
 
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