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Feb 7, 10:07pm - #99830 
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i want molded in fender flares on my celi but don't want to roll around on adapters or spacers...

how do you measure the offset required to fill the fenders so the rims don't look hidden...or does anyone know the right offset?

and does anybody know where to get custom offset rims...
probably pretty pricey...



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Feb 7, 10:29pm - #99831 
I would also recommend a wide rim to help fill the space and not rely just on the offset.

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Feb 7, 10:39pm - #99832 
Originally Posted by spyder00367
I would also recommend a wide rim to help fill the space and not rely just on the offset.


yeah i'm thinking about some 19x9's or even 19x10's plus an offset, i just don't know how to measure what kind of offset i'll need


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Feb 7, 10:42pm - #99833 
Originally Posted by Double_Ohh_GTS
Originally Posted by spyder00367
I would also recommend a wide rim to help fill the space and not rely just on the offset.


yeah i'm thinking about some 19x9's or even 19x10's plus an offset, i just don't know how to measure what kind of offset i'll need



if your gonna use those then 0 offset front, -5 offset back.

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Feb 8, 11:21am - #99834 
Originally Posted by RicePowered
Originally Posted by Double_Ohh_GTS
Originally Posted by spyder00367
I would also recommend a wide rim to help fill the space and not rely just on the offset.


yeah i'm thinking about some 19x9's or even 19x10's plus an offset, i just don't know how to measure what kind of offset i'll need



if your gonna use those then 0 offset front, -5 offset back.


i don't get it wouldn't i need a larger offset like 45 or something, not really sure how the offset works...

can anybody with brs fenders on help me out?

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Feb 8, 2:02pm - #99835 
Originally Posted by Double_Ohh_GTS

Originally Posted by RicePowered

Originally Posted by Double_Ohh_GTS

Originally Posted by spyder00367

I would also recommend a wide rim to help fill the space and not rely just on the offset.


yeah i'm thinking about some 19x9's or even 19x10's plus an offset, i just don't know how to measure what kind of offset i'll need



if your gonna use those then 0 offset front, -5 offset back.


i don't get it wouldn't i need a larger offset like 45 or something, not really sure how the offset works...

can anybody with brs fenders on help me out?

As shown in this illustration, the smaller the offset value is the further the wheel will stand out from the car.
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Feb 8, 2:18pm - #99836 
good info


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Feb 8, 5:43pm - #99837 
nice diagram thanks tater

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Feb 8, 7:50pm - #99838 
the title of this p0st is hella funny rofl i remember the nerdy dood from the old pop secret commercial advertising neon colored popcorn rofl


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Feb 12, 4:34pm - #99839 
i now understand the concept plus and minus but how would i go about measuring it

is it in inches?
from the outside of the fender to where you bolt on the rim or what if anybody knows the answer pleae help me out




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Feb 13, 6:22am - #99840 
great diagram, will use it myself!!


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Feb 13, 7:33am - #99841 
Originally Posted by Double_Ohh_GTS
i now understand the concept plus and minus but how would i go about measuring it

is it in inches?
from the outside of the fender to where you bolt on the rim or what if anybody knows the answer pleae help me out





offset is measured in Millimeters.

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