Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by brian11to1, Apr 16, 2004.
I dont understand... someone help...
For a basic street application what offset should one get.
Depends on wheel size and tire size... lots of people stick to +42 with a 7 inch wheel and a 205 tire, assuming that the tire diameter is sized correctly for your transmission.
proper offset is determined by a couple things.
- wheel width
- brake caliper/etc clearence needed
- fender design
- tire height (to clear above)
ok offset is how far your studs are spaced apart i put wheels on cars alll day long so i know a thing or two about it
you might know a thing or two but it's not about wheels. pls educate yourself before giving out mis-information
the bolt pattern say 4x100mm, 5x100mm is how far apart the studs are.
offset is the distance from the centerline of the rim to the hub
Make sure you're right before you post up and say that you know what you're talking about.
6/6 of this guys post's have been retarded. he's got a long life of being a tire bitch at $8 /hr, i can tell.
I notice a trend....
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