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  • i need wheel info plz help

    im looking to get 18 inch wheels for my 97 sc1 ive found the right wheel and tire combo but i am having a hard time trying to find out the best wheel offset for my paticular vehical. plz help if you have any idea what i need

  • #2
    i purchased 18" wheels for my 93 sc2 and they had no offset or anything and fit good no scrubbing or anything...

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    • #3
      I'm sure your wheels had offset on them, you just might not know what they are.

      check out:

      http://www.edgeracing.com
      http://www.tires.com
      http://www.tirerack.com

      they will let you search based on vehicle make and model so you will have a set that fits
      -Vinny

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      • #4
        anywhere between ~35-~45 will be fine. Stock is 50 (i think?)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SaturnlTuner
          i purchased 18" wheels for my 93 sc2 and they had no offset or anything and fit good no scrubbing or anything...
          lolol [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_rofl.gif[/img] 18's with NO offset = Mexican. Hell not even Mexican, that would be 13" spokes with 0 offset.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by x saturn x3
            anywhere between ~35-~45 will be fine. Stock is 50 (i think?)
            35-55 will be fine as far as appearance goes. mine are I think 205 55 R 16, 55 is measures from the start of the tires sidewall or the bead, to the other sides bead.

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            • #7
              I think they are talking about Wheel offset not Tire. Which I think is the measurement from the center of the wheel to the place where the hub/rotor attaches to the wheel add or subtract from that in MM.
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              • #8
                it depends on your driving style... are you a drifter???

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                • #9
                  Just go to a tire shop in real life and ask them for a proper offset. Then use that info online. Itll be a +/- ##mm. That 35-55 crap is the aspect ratio.

                  Jason

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                  • #10
                    no, i wasnt talking about the aspect ratio

                    as long as its near 40mm offset you're fine

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                    • #11
                      I got 42's baby!
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