Wheels & Tires

Audi Branded Wheel Covers (Totes)

After transporting my track wheels in the back seat of my TTRS covered in a bedsheet for my last track day, I realized it was past due to pick up some wheel totes. I had a generic set of wheel totes last year that I bought off eBay that eventually wore out, so I thought I’d see how much the “genuine” Audi wheel totes went for. A quick eBay search showed that they’re actually pretty cheap – just $50 plus shipping from Audi Henderson. Score!

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1x Durable Universal Car SUV 13-19" Tote Spare Tire Tyre Storage Cover Wheel Bag Current Price: $3.88
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4x Car SUV Spare Wheel Tyre Tire Protection Cover 13"-19" Carry Tote Storage Bag Current Price: $20.6
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65 x 37cm SUV Car 13-19" Tote Spare Tire Tyre Storage Cover Wheel Bag Universal Current Price: $3.88
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1x Universal Car SUV Tote Spare Tire Tyre Storage Cover Wheel Bag Oxford Cloth Current Price: $3.88
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4x Car Truck Seasonal Spare Tyre 16"-22" Tire Protection Storage Bags Carry Tote Current Price: $26.0
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I got the product and the quality is much better than the “generic” wheel totes I bought a long time ago for $30 (similar to these). These wheel totes are manufactured by Kurgo, and the stitching, fabric, and velcro is much more heavy duty.  For an extra $20, it seems like a good investment – and they look a lot nicer to boot.

If you transport your wheels often, I highly recommend these. Your tires get VERY dirty, and if they brush up against anything in the interior it is very hard to get tire marks out. They also look much nicer in your garage, and give more of an organized experience rather than just a bunch of “spare parts” lying around. You can also buy the optional felt pads to protect the face of the rim if you are concerned with the wheels banging into each other, although I opted to skip that since I have plenty of rubber on the wheels to take care of that – if you’re running stretched tires, those are probably a good idea to get the wheel felts, too.

Any other ideas for storing wheels? In the future I hope to build a wheel rack for my garage, but in the meantime this has been working nice.

Nick Roshon

Nick has been an Audi owner and fanatic for the last 10 years, and started Nick's Car Blog in 2009 to share DIYs and pictures of his A4. Currently he drives a 2012 Audi TT-RS, and has previously owned a B7 S4, B7 A4, and an 82 Audi Coupe (GT) LeMons race car. In his day job, Nick is a digital marketer and lives in San Diego, CA, USA.

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