Originally Posted by Driver72
Ok but then how do I figure out if a wheel with a -12 offset and a 4.49 backspacing will be similar to stock look or is it going to stick out away from the wheel well further or tuck in more.
Again, "back spacing" isn't a term used in performance car wheels, you easily figured out whether a wheel was going to stick out further or tuck in more simply by the offset difference.
Yeah, I understand that. Im used to the performance car world too.
You need to know the WIDTH of the wheel and either offset or backspacing to determine how far in or out the wheel will be compared to stock.
This chart will help once you get the width.
Then when you get the offset, use this.