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Old 04 Sep 2004, 03:36 pm
Dave M.
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Default RSX-S wheel offset

I measured the offset of my RSX-S wheels and it looked like about 42mm. Tire
rack wants to provide me with 2002 Accord LX 16" X 6.5" wheels with an
offset of 55mm. They claim that is the offset specification of the RSX-S
alloys.

Is that right? I want to use the Accord wheels or other with Dunlop M3 snows
this winter. I don't need radical steering alterations!

Thanks,

Dave M.


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