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Wheel offset

Stuart35205 Jun 3, 2013

  1. Stuart35205

    Stuart35205 Member

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    As above! How do I work out the current offset I am running if its no stamped on the LM reps that are on there at the mo? It has hub centric spacers aswell 10mm front & 15mm rear which I gather I take off the alloy wheel offset?

    Regars Stuart
     
  2. Stuart35205

    Stuart35205 Member

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    I had the wheel of again just to make sure & there is no marker sayin ET--? Just says 18x8j can I measure this some how? Cheers
     
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    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow... Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

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    Stuart35205 Member

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    Cheers tuffty , so I worked out my offset of the current alloys are et35 with 10mm spacer on front that makes it et45? & 15 mm spacer on rear is et50 does that sound right ? Just trying to work out the clearances I have & offset/spacers req'd for new wheels! Cheers
     
  5. Alex C

    Alex C Well-Known Member VCDS Map User Audi S3

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    sorry, are you saynig the offset of the wheel is 35mm or the offset of the wheel with spacer attached is 35mm??
     
  6. Shaunie Eire

    Shaunie Eire Member

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    If the wheel is et35 and you add a 10mm spacer your overall et is 25.
     
  7. Westy

    Westy Well-Known Member

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    This is correct. Remove the spacer width from your wheel ET.

    ET35 -10 (spacer) =ET25
     
  8. Stuart35205

    Stuart35205 Member

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    My bad cheers all , I was looking to put staggered wheels on & possibly squeeze 9.5 or 10" on the back and possibly 8.5 on front with the current setup the car has a really good stance which I'd like to keep.
     

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