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|01-18-2016 09:49 AM|
Doesn't something need to be re calibrated when you change the wheel alignment?
|01-15-2016 12:31 PM|
Originally Posted by RedNSX View Post
|01-15-2016 09:49 AM|
Originally Posted by Gadgetman View Post
Front wheels: 19 x 8.5J
Rear wheels: 20 x 11J
|01-14-2016 03:36 PM|
|St.Who||The gold is too bright on the Ferrari above, I agree. It also bothers me that the rims are gold but there are silver emblems on other parts of the vehicle. I think that gold goes best with darker colors.|
|01-14-2016 03:16 PM|
|Gadgetman||If you change and use a wheel with offset too different from OEM by more than say 5 or so mm,you'll probably need to change wheel alignment to account for the geometry changes else affect handling and tire wear. And even if you do change and adjust, there will be limits to how different you can account for. So check the details before committing to purchase.|
|12-01-2015 12:08 PM|
For cosmetic purposes I know it helps with fitting in a wider wheel without it poking out the body. Some guys will want to run a wider tire for more traction but for the most part, when it's done like this, it's for cosmetic reasons.
|12-01-2015 10:04 AM|
Are there actually any benefits to have different offsets or is it just for cosmetic purposes?
|11-27-2015 09:51 AM|
Think I'll stick with zero offset.
Found this warning on discount tires about negative offset tires:
|11-26-2015 10:49 AM|
That's due to the wheel having a deep negative offset for an aggressive setup.
This should help to illustrate the variation in wheel offsets:
|11-26-2015 09:39 AM|
|FastAndFurious||Not a fan of the way those gold rims sinks into the middle. Or is it the angle of the picture?|
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