How to calculate what offset you need

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Gene FJ20DEBT
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How to calculate what offset you need

Post by Gene FJ20DEBT »

found this site which is PERFECT for ofset calc's
mesure what you have on ther now and what room you have spare and play with this till you find exactly what you want



http://www.1010tires.com/WheelOffsetCalculator.asp

http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_specs.jsp

http://www.autolounge.net/calculators/tirespacing.html

http://www.willtheyfit.com/
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Just keep in mind that legally (most states if not all) you are allowed to increase the vehicle track by 10mm per side, but cannot decrease the vehicle track at all.
Increasing the offset decreases the track. Standard Gemini is 30mm positive.
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Re: Tyre Stretch Calculator
ajs991 wrote:Hey guys,

Found this, might be useful to some of you. None of the other tyre calcs ive seen do stretch as well.

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Get it from here >>> http://www.tyrestretch.com/files/Tyre%2 ... nglish.xls
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