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20celica00
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20celica00 Apr 13, 10:26pm - #441849 

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48+ Offset?

how will an offset of 48+ effect the celica???
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Crizzz
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Crizzz Apr 13, 11:46pm - #441850 
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the wheel will sit inward towards the brakes and will not be flushed with the fenders...anywhere between +30 to +38 would be ideal
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BigJun Apr 14, 12:32am - #441851 
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It wouldn't even fit. The rim will be hitting the brakes/calipers.
You will need wheel spacers. Either 10mm or 15mm

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BATmobile Apr 14, 1:08am - #441852 

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thats not true because i have some sokudos and they were 48 offset they fit but they were not flush with the fender, all you have to do is use a spacer. also my sokudos are for sale.
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