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Old 11-21-2013, 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Gill520 View Post
DJ, sorry for jacking your thread. Hopefully you or one of the members could answer my question. From researching I believe the oem wheel setup is 20x9 with +19 offset. The rims you got are 20x9 with a +1 offset. All the wheel calculators I've messed with say this offset you choose should stick out a little over 1" compared to the stock setup. It's difficult to see in the photos you posted but would you say your new wheels stick out 1" over the oem setup? The calculator says the +20 offset would stick out half an inch compared to stock.

Reason I'm asking is because I'm looking at purchasing Fuel Maverick's in the 20x9 dimensions and have to choose between the +1 or the +20 offset.
His setup will stick out 29mm more than stock. And if I were you, and eventually, I will be because I want chrome Fuel Mavericks before next Summer, I would get +1 offset.
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