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Ramadeus 03-27-2010 11:19 AM

offset of stock 20'' wheels?
 
Hello,

Anybody know the offset dimension of the stock 20'' rims on a 2004 ram?

Ramadeus 04-03-2010 10:01 AM

After an extensive search on the web, I came up with nothing for factory offset on the 20'' rims.

Therefore I took my own measurements calculated the following;

10'' rim width from outside edge to outside edge ( factory states 9'', but that is measured at the bead seat.)

5'' from outside edge to rim centerline.

5.875'' from mounting flange to outside edge.

Which then equates to .875'' (22.2 mm) positive offset.

Margin of error + -.125''

Can anybody else confirm or deny this?

GregInAtl 04-03-2010 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ramadeus (Post 187686)
After an extensive search on the web, I came up with nothing for factory offset on the 20'' rims.

Therefore I took my own measurements calculated the following;

10'' rim width from outside edge to outside edge ( factory states 9'', but that is measured at the bead seat.)

5'' from outside edge to rim centerline.

5.875'' from mounting flange to outside edge.

Which then equates to .875'' (22.2 mm) positive offset.

Margin of error + -.125''

Can anybody else confirm or deny this?

From true center to mounting pad is .875?! If so you are dead on. I was thinking they were 20mm OEM.


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