WHEEL OFFSET GUIDE

Wheel offset is the distance of a wheel's mounting surface in relation to its centerline. This is measured in millimeters and relates to how far out or in a tire sits. It is important to consider wheel offset when changing wheels and tires as it can affect the handling and performance of the vehicle.

Wheel offset is determined by the wheel's backspacing, which is the distance from the wheel's mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel. A positive offset means the mounting surface is closer to the outside of the wheel, while a negative offset means the mounting surface is closer to the inside of the wheel. 

In order to calculate the wheel offset, a wheel offset calculator can be used.


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