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Old 01-19-2013, 11:33 AM   #31
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what's the proper off set for a supra, these are what i'm looking at,
does positive offset mean they will stick out?

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Size
19x8.5 Front, 19x10 Rear

Bolt Pattern
5X114.3mm

Offset
20mm Front , 25mm Rear

Lip Size:
2.5" Front, 3" Rear

Color:
Chrome

Hub Bore Size:
73.1 mm

Quantity:
4 Wheels

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Brand New
I don't think they'll fit properly but I'm not sure. The proper offset for oem-width wheels (8.0" front and 9.5" rear) is +50mm.

Offset is all about the position of the hub mating surface relative to the center line of the wheel...so no, a positive offset does not necessarily mean they'll stick out.

Here's a diagram that may help:
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Old 01-20-2013, 08:28 PM   #32
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I don't think they'll fit properly but I'm not sure. The proper offset for oem-width wheels (8.0" front and 9.5" rear) is +50mm.

Offset is all about the position of the hub mating surface relative to the center line of the wheel...so no, a positive offset does not necessarily mean they'll stick out.

well they fit on the car fine, but they do stick out a little bit in the rear and a tad bit on the front. I don't know if thats bad or not, they rub a little bit on the arches but won't the coil overs allow me to correct that? Those are installed tomorrow. Here is a picture of the old & new,
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well they fit on the car fine, but they do stick out a little bit in the rear and a tad bit on the front. I don't know if thats bad or not, they rub a little bit on the arches but won't the coil overs allow me to correct that? Those are installed tomorrow. Here is a picture of the old & new,
Yes, most coilovers are height-adjustable. However, note that as you increase the height you (usually) also increase the preloading on the spring which may cause (for example) a bit of a harsher ride (among other things).
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