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Wheel and Tire (Tyre) Fitment Calculator

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by phunky.buddha, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. phunky.buddha

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    Calling all stance people! lol
     
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    I just wanna fit maximum tire in my wheel wells ;) Although I guess it'll help show me what offset I need to flush out the 145s in the same wheel well as the 225s.... :lol:

    Looks like a 0 offset on 145/65-15 will be about the same as +36 on the 225/45-15 :D
     
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    Good luck finiding a 0-offset 15 in 4 lug
     
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    ... lol

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    yeah, bumped a bunch of crap and in the wrong place.... spam killed. if he was real, he can come back.
     
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    Oh, so since it got bumped...

    Will be using a 38mm spacer to run my 155/80-13 at +7 offset, which will fit the fender the same as a 225/45-15 at +36. A little rolling should do the trick- and thank goodness I don't have to worry about hitting trailing arms on the inside edge in the rear.

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