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Old 09-06-2013, 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by blackram View Post
Moto Metal, Fuel, and some others make some REALLY Bad A$$ Wheels! I got some Fuel Nutz that are Matte Black with machined accents. I love them. The matte black lets them get dirty and still look fine.
Mine are a +01 offset and they fit great and stick out a little more than stock (about 3/4 of an inch I believe). The stock wheel is has a -19 offset I believe, so as the offset becomes closer to 0 or even positive, the further out the wheel will be pushed. You can Google search for "convert mm to inches" and then see how far the wheels will stick out from there.

Remember, the tire is going to stick out on both sides. So, if you got a tire that was 2" wider than stock, then it will only stick out 1" on both sides!

Hope this helps. I looked at wheels for two straight weeks before I pulled the trigger on a set I wanted
You have this backwards. The stock wheels are +19 offset, not -19. A 0 offset places the mounting surface in the center of the rim. A negative offset places it closer to the back of the rim making the wheel stick out further. And then obviously a positive offset places the mounting surface closer to the front of the wheel tucking it underneath the truck more.
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