Offset for New Wheels

Discussion in 'Aftermarket Wheels/Tires' started by ToyotaNewbie97, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. ToyotaNewbie97

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    What's the best way to measure our back spacing for wheels
    Want to know if an 18×10 with +30 offset will rub
    Or better yet what's the recommended offset for 18×10 or 18×9.5 in our trucks. Plan on going square rather staggered setup and later using xii coilovers down the road
    Thanks guys appreciate it
     
    #1 ToyotaNewbie97, Mar 3, 2018
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    Thanks to whoever moved it lol
     
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    I run a 18x10.5 square +15offset with a 275/40/18 up front and 315/35/18 back . Tire sets perfect even with frinder moldings .
     
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    After reading post again. If your going 18x10 I would get a +20 and of doing a 18x9 at least +30 . The factory 18’s are 18x8 with a +35 . If you go wider on the wheel you will need a bigger offset from the hub . If you need more help with what your really looking for the best place to find a good tool is Fitment inc. fitmentinc.com . Also look at hub bore and make sure any wheel you buy will fit the hub . Hub centric rings . Our stock lugs will not work on aftermarket wheels also .
     
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    Thank you so much bro
    I appreciate it.
     
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    It really depends on what look you're going for. Flush? Tucked? Poke? Do you have a picture of a truck with an offset that you'd like to replicate?
     
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    Damn sorry boss didn't mean to leave you hanging there. Honeslty did read it
    No not yet on the picture
    Might go with 19×10
    Hard to make up my mind lol
     

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