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Old 16 Nov 2011, 08:01 pm
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Default What is rim offset? what has a deeper rim look in MM (Low or High MM?)?

now i know a little bit about it but i wanna know does higher MM offset (40-45) have a deeper rim look? or does low MM offset (30-35) have a deeper look? im looking to but rims with a deep dish sorta look nothing crazy but i don't want the rims have that flat look, i want depth.
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Old 16 Nov 2011, 08:31 pm
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Rim offset is where the center of the rim (the part that bolts on to the car) is located with respect to the outer and inner edge of the rim. The deep rims look sharp but they cause the ball joints to wear fast because the weight of the car is no longer centered as designed.
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Old 16 Nov 2011, 08:46 pm
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deeper is smaller MM
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