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  • What is Offset and How Do I Measure It?

  • …of offset: * Zero offset - When the hub mounting surface is even with the centerline of the wheel. * Positive offset - When the hub mounting surface is toward the front of the wheel. Positive offset wheels are generally found on front-wheel drive cars and newer rear-wheel drive vehicles. * Negative

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  • E46 M3 Track Tires and Wheels

  • …18x9.5 35mm offset wheels designed to work with 265/35R18 and 275/35R18 tires. 18x9.5 ET 35mm on either size will require a combination of fender and wheelwell modification, along with changes in negative camber to fit. Even with the changes, this is a proven E46 M3 set-up. For this wheel size, take…

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  • Getting the Right Wheel Fit

  • …A positive offset moves the wheel toward the center of the vehicle and a negative offset moves the wheel outboard of the vehicle. You may have noticed that when you do view wheels by vehicle, you may see a range of offsets for your wheels. Which one is right? It is not uncommon for wheels fitted to…

  • What is Rim Offset?

  • …the wheel. * Negative offset means the mounting surface is toward the backside of the wheel. The wheel offset needs to be correct for the vehicle to prevent clearance issues and not negatively affect its handling. Some of our wheel options are offered in multiple offsets. The lower the offset, the…

  • Wheel Offset

  • …of the wheel. Positive wheel offset occurs when the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the front of (or, wheel side) of the wheel. On the other hand, if the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the brake side of the wheel, then we call it negative wheel offset. Wheel offset directly…

  • Why do tires wear on the inside?

  • …the rear tires are "tipped" in a little bit, this is called negative camber. Negative camber causes both tires to lean on the axle towards the center of the vehicle. All four tires develop an equal and offsetting "camber thrust" force even when the car is driven straight ahead.…


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