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Old 09 Jan 2011, 08:31 pm
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Default 99 civic rim offset question!?

its a 99 civic and ive been having problem with my tires they dont last at all... the car is sittin on 17 and 205 40 17.. the car is lowered and i kno the rims are too big so im buying the rota track r in size 15 but they come in 15 and 40 offset ... so my question is what is the best offset for t and what is the difference between these two ofsets .. thanxx
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Old 09 Jan 2011, 08:46 pm
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It's usually best to get the offset as close to stock as possible (especially when lowered), so get the 40+ offset. 40+ means that the mounting surface is 40mm towards the outward face, from the center line of the wheel. Similarly, 15+ means the mounting surface is 15mm towards the outward face from the center line of the wheel.































I'm sure you've seen staggered rims, they get that effect by using a 40 offset in the front, 15 offset in the back.
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