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Apr 14, 8:21am - #449312 
offset on my rims after lowering.

I need some help in finding out exactly how much offset I need when I get some new rims to have the face of the rim flush with the body instead of being recessed in. Because IM lowering my car with twin springs and I've seen how it looks with the stock rims and I just don't like it being recessed under the body

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Apr 14, 8:22am - #449313 
I've heard the stock rim offset is like 45mm or something

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