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ONEugene
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ONEugene Apr 11, 11:58pm - #151753 
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offset?

ok, i got some rims rite, i told the guy to get me rims that fit my car (7th gen Celica). so i pick some up when he finally got some and i found out that they are a +48 offset. i'm thinking, huh, isn't stock +38. so i was like man, will this fit, he says yes. i'm like but it's a +10 offset. he was like i'm sure it fits, we tested it already. but knowing him, he don't know shit sometimes. he was comparing it to a wrx. so fellas, will a +48 off set work? and if it does is a it a good way or a bad way? because i think a +48 offset is way too far off the stock.
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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Apr 12, 12:03am - #151754 
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I think +45 is the highest?
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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Apr 12, 12:20am - #151755 

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for the 7th gen celica..you should try and keep your rims between a +35mm offest and a +45mm offset.

in any case, +48mm offset really isn't that bad. it's not recommended but it won't hurt.
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VSGTS14 Apr 12, 3:45am - #151756 

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try it..if it don't work..take them off.

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v3n0m
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v3n0m Apr 12, 5:14am - #151757 

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if the front wheels don't rub againts your fender when you turn the steering wheel all the way, you'll be find, but if you lower your car, the wheels are really going to be tucked in.
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JBing Apr 12, 6:20am - #151758 

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gotta try it

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ONEugene
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ONEugene Apr 12, 6:35am - #151759 
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can't really try it yet. i test fitted it wit out tires and it seems to be fine. but i first need to get tires to test the full turn test. thanks for the help. thumbsup wave
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