What is rim offset?

Tuesday, December 8, 2009 by Tire Rack Team
Rim offset, more accurately referred to as wheel offset, is the distance from the hub mounting surface to the centerline of the wheel. If this measurement isn't suited to the specific vehicle, the vehicle won't handle as it should. 

Wheel offset measurement is defined in three different ways. Zero offset occurs when the hub mounting surface is completely even with the centerline of the wheel. Positive offset means that the hub mounting surface is toward the front of the wheel, while negative offset means the surface is toward the back or brake side of the wheel.

When the width of the wheel changes, it also changes the offset. If the offset stays the same but width still increases, the width is split between the inside and outside—this obviously will not work, which is why we've tested the fit on thousands of different vehicles. We are fully prepared to help you find the proper wheel fitment. Search our wheels by vehicle, or contact one of our sales specialists.

Comments on What is rim offset?

Sunday, June 13, 2010 by anthony :
i have a 2002 sturn sl1 i bout some rimes came that off a 03 neon but they dont fit my car. is there any thing i can do to mack them fit or offset i put on to make them fit
Monday, June 14, 2010 by TireRack.com Team:
Anthony, Because the bolt patterns are different (4-100 for the Saturn and 5-100 for the Neon)it is not possible to use the Neon wheels on your SL1. You can read more on bolt-pattern here: http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/techpage.jsp?techid=92
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by Ross:
if i want my wheels to stick outside the wheel well on my car would i buy a rim with a larger positive offset or would wheel spacers be the better way to go? but wheel spacers put a big wear on the wheel bearings.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by Robert Scarff:
I have a Corvette C6 with stock 10-inch wide rear wheels that have a +79mm offset. If I go to an 11-inch wide rim can you tell me what offset I would need to keep the front (street side) of the wheel at its current position on the car. In other words, I don't want the rim to stick out any farther than it does now using the 10-inch rim with the +79mm offset.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by TireRack.com Team:
Increasing the width of that wheel one inch and keeping the offset the same would result in the wheel being pushed out 1/2" toward the outside of the vehicle. To compensate for the change in width and keep the mounting position the same, your needed offset would be +91

Saturday, July 16, 2011 by sam:
i have a 67 lincoln with a 0 offset and a 5x5 bolt pattern. I am getting adapters to make it a 5x4.5 bolt pattern, these are 1.25" thick, i am looking at rims with +35 to +38 positive offset, will they work?
Monday, July 18, 2011 by TireRack.com Team:
Thank you for your inquiry. Although I cannot confirm your fitment due to a lack of information about the vehicle, your measurements do appear to be fairly accurate. Increasing the offset of the wheel would indeed compensate for the thickness of the spacer. Thank you.

Friday, August 26, 2011 by Rick:

I have a 2002 Corvette Z06 with stock rims. I've recently ordered aftermarket wheels but they are not available in the exact stock offsets.

The stock rims are as follows:
17 x 9.5, +54
18 x 10.5, +58

The new rims will be:
18 x 9, +50
18 x 10.5, +65

Could you advise if these offsets are overall fairly close to stock? I am thinking about adding a half in spacer to bring the rear offset to stock. Are there downsides to adding wheel spacers?


Friday, September 30, 2011 by Terrence:
I have a question related to wheel offset. I have a 2002 Mercedes S430 (non-sports package). The OEM rims on it are 16 x 7.5 with a 46 mm offset. I thinking of purchasing a set of 20" Mercedes OEM rims, which are 20 x 8.5 with 43mm offset and 20 x 9.5 with 43mm offset. I have veryfied the proper tire size through your site (thanks!), but I'm unsure about the offset. Will these rims fit on my car properly?

Friday, September 30, 2011 by ben@tirerack:
Hi Terrence. Those offsets look fine for your 02 S430. I have wheels of those widths with both higher and lower offsets that work, so it seems to fall in the acceptable range. -ben@tirerack.com
Saturday, October 15, 2011 by Bruce:
I have a 91 volvo 240 and a 96 volvo 960 The 960 dies big time. I would love to put the 960 wheels on the 240, there is a 20 mm offset on the 240 and a 25 mm on the 960 How can I accommodate the difference to make it work or is it a lost cause.
Thursday, November 10, 2011 by Royce:
Hi, I have a 2006 Subaru WRX STI and I'm looking to get a set of Enkei RPF1s.I have the stock BBS rims on my car right now, 17x8" with an offset of 53mm all around. I read that it's suggested not to go below 48mm, but I want to go as low as 38, the specs for the new wheels I want are 18x9.5, any suggestions?
Thursday, November 10, 2011 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:

That wide of wheel with such an aggressive offset would require modification to avoid rubbing. It would sit quite abit further to the outside of the vehicle and likely interfere with your fenders / rear quarter panels.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 by Joel:
Hi there,
I drive an 06 Porsche Boxster S with the following OEM wheel diameters:

Front: 8" x 19" - 57mm offset. 235/35 ZR19
Rear: 9.5" x 19" - 46mm offset. 265/35 ZR19

I am swapping out my wheels for some aftermarket 19" Axies Pentas.

The diameters on the new wheels are as follow:

Front: 19" x 8.5" Offset: 45
Rear: 19" x 10.5" Offset: 52

Will these wheels fit my car?
Will I need spacers?
What size spacers will I need?
Will the spacers affect the performance, handling, or wear any parts of the car?
Is there a difference between brand name or custom spacers if they are all made out of the same material?

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 by ben@tirerack:
-Only someone who sells those wheels could guarantee the fit.
-I doubt you would need a front spacer. Might need a rear spacer.
-Probably no more than 10mm.
-For street use, they should not cause any problems if done correctly. For track, you might need to replace lug bolts more frequently due to the need for longer lug bolts.
-Possible differences: uniformity of the metal (variation might cause vibration), hubcentric fit, inclusion of lug bolts with the necessary extra length.

Hope that helps,
Friday, December 30, 2011 by Chris:
Hi, I have a 1992 Nissan 240 SX (S13)with stock 15" rims. I want to upgrade to either 17x9 Rota's P45R with a 4x114.3 bolt pattern or XXR 502 18x 8.5 also 4 bolt.

My goal is to use the same size wheel all round so that i can rotate them.

If i want to keep my wheels as flush to the fenders as possible without having to use spacers...or having to roll or pull my fenders what offset would work best ?

I'm thinking that maybe i can use a 25 offset all round and if not maybe a 30 offset. However for the latter i would have to go to a 17x9.5 which i think may be too aggressive.

I do not have coil overs to contend with as i plan to lower the car on Eibach Sportlines lowering the front 2.2" in the front and 2.1" in the rear

Anyway, I'm talking from a layman perspective so I would love the experts to weigh in on this for me.


Friday, December 30, 2011 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
We do not offer either of the wheels you mentioned for sale, nor do we have any fitment information surrounding them. Please feel free to contact us on this matter at any time regarding any wheel you find listed on our website.
Thursday, February 23, 2012 by TJ:
I have an 02 Hyundai Elantra, and I found a set of 16x8 +20mm offset, would that fit my car, or would I need spacers? Any advice would be helpful, still trying to figure this offset thing...
Friday, February 24, 2012 by ben@tirerack.com:
The 20mm offset is lower than we would recommend. Lower offset pushes the wheel further outside, so a spacer would not help. Aim for more like 40mm offset
Thursday, March 1, 2012 by shane:
I have a 94 honda delsol n i want to put 16s on it what offset should i get?
Thursday, March 1, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
There is no single answer to what offset one should get. If you shop on tirerack.com with your vehicle information, it will show all the wheels that we have to fit. You will notice that offset varies by wheel width and model.
Monday, March 5, 2012 by Randy :
Hi! I am looking to get some msr 20' 7.5 rims with a 40mm offset. I am putting them on a 97 benz e320. The rims are 5x100 and the benz is 5 x112. I plan on getting rim adaptors to make them fit and using 225/35/20 tires. Given this info do u think i will be able to make this work. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer me. Randy!
Monday, March 5, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
The wheel offset seems about right, although the adapter would generally lower the effective offset. Check with the provider of your adapter for information on what options are available. The 225/35R20 tires are a little short of the required load ratings for the Mercedes, so you may need to use a larger tire.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 by Aaron:
hi i am looking at getting the XXR 527 17x8.25 4x114 +25mm for my 95 honda accord ex and i was wondering if this rim will fit of my car and what size tire to use i was to tire stretch it
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
The +25 offset is lower than anything we guarantee to fit on the Accord. Usually something around 40 would be more appropriate. We do not handle XXR wheels, so we cannot specifically confirm whether this is correct or not.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 by aaron:
now if i were to get +40 offset will the tire lean in and will i still be able to tire stretch it?
Sunday, April 1, 2012 by Joser:
I have a 05 civic lx i want some xxr 002 what offset can i get to stay close to my stock wheels
Tuesday, April 3, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
That is not a wheel that we sell and unfortunately I do not have any fitment information. -marshall@tirerack.com
Thursday, April 5, 2012 by Joser:
Thanks anyways
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 by ryan :
I have a 2011 lancer es and i want to put new rims on it... im going with 16s the only question is the offset right not the cars stock is 45mm and the rims width is 6.5in and the rims i want are 40 and 7in wide will the 5mm make a difference in anyway
Sunday, May 20, 2012 by frank:
17x7 50mm offset (02 IS 300) want to get 17x7 with 45 offset is that possible?
Monday, May 21, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
There are several options that would be available to fit your parameters. Please let em know if you would like to discuss further. -marshall@tirerack.com
Saturday, May 26, 2012 by Shaun:
I am trying to move a set of Elbrus 105 rims from one vehicle to another - first has 5x112 bolt pattern and the new one 5x110. Is there anything I need to do, or will they just fit fine?
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
Shaun, Because these two wheels have different bolt patterns you will not be able to use them on the second vehicle. - Marshall@tirerack.com
Friday, June 1, 2012 by Sam:
What Will an offset of +20 look like on a silverado when the stock is +30?
Friday, June 1, 2012 by Ben@tirerack:
Sam, a +20mm offset will be 10mm further to the outside than the +30 (assuming the wheels are the same width). 10mm is just under 1/2"
Thursday, June 14, 2012 by Peter:
Want to put Pilot Super Sports on my 08 Z51 Corvette. As they don't make a stock rear for this car, want to go with 265/35 and 305/30 using 9.5 and 11 inch rims with stock setbacks (wheels will "stick out" 1/2 inch further per side). Can you comment on interference problems if any? Currently running 255 and 295 AD08's on stock rims w/not even close probs. Thanks.
Saturday, June 16, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
Peter, According to our records this fitment would be slightly wide for the Corvette. Rubbing over bumps would likely occur without fender modification. -Marshall@tirerack.com
Thursday, August 2, 2012 by lance:
i am looking at some 18" 5x114.3 rpm rims with pos offset 18-20 for a 08 mits lancer gts with 225/40/18tires. i was wondering if there will be any issues?
Monday, August 6, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
This offset is extremely low for a Lancer. This wheel will likely cause rubbing issues on the fender.
Sunday, August 12, 2012 by luca:
Hey Marshall,
i have an 08 honda civic si coupe,
215/45/17 tires and was wondering if 17x9 +25 mm offset mags would fit on my car? thanks!
Monday, August 13, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
A 17x9 with that offset would be extremely wide for the Civic and also would not work with the tire size you listed.
Saturday, August 25, 2012 by Joe Billhimer:
I have a 2003 Pontiac Gramd Am GT sedan with 205/50/16 tires. I want to buy new alloy wheels and chrome lug nuts for it but am at a loss as to what I should buy as far as"rim offset" is concerned.Also what about the tread size for the lug nuts?
Monday, August 27, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
Hi Joe, we do have wheels for the Grand Am GT. When you shop by vehicle, we will show only those wheels with dimensions and offsets that will work. There is some variability of offset depending on wheel size and width. Most of our wheels will include lug nuts as well. -ben@tirerack.com
Monday, October 15, 2012 by shawn:
I have a 1986 camaro with 14" rims and tires, and i want to put 17" rims with 215/50/17 tires. The rims come with a +40 offset will they fit?
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
We cannot officially confirm fitment for wheels that we do not handle. It is likely however that these will not work.
Saturday, November 10, 2012 by Harold:
I am looking to buy the Enkei Performance G5 in 18" and the 225/40R18 XL Kumho Ecsta 4X Blackwall from your website but first I want to confirm that I will not have rubbing or bottoming out issues with that wheel/tire combination on my 2009 Hyundai Elantra GLS. Thanks for the help.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
The G5 in a the 18x7.5" fitment with a 225/40/18 tire will work very well. You should not incur any type of rubbing issues with this set-up.
Monday, December 17, 2012 by Dalton:
Hi, i am trying to purchase new rims for my 2004 BMW 325Ci coupe. I cant seem to find the offset for them 17" or 18".
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
The offset will vary depending on the wheel you are looking for, however the typical range is +34 to +45. - Marshall@tirerack.com
Tuesday, December 25, 2012 by Mark:
I have an '06 Mitsubishi Evo with stock wheels, 17x8 +35 and 235/45 tires.

I am looking to go with a set of RPF1's size 18x9.5 +15 with 245/35 tires.

I know I'm probably gonna have to do some fender work but was wondering if I would have any problems with fitment?
Tuesday, December 25, 2012 by Troy:
Thursday, December 27, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
This fitment will sit roughly 1.5" further to the outside of the vehicle than the factory assembly. You will likely need fender flares or at the very least rolled fenders to avoid rubbing.

While the offset is not that drastically different, many other factors, such as the depth and formation of the spokes may prohibit brake clearance. The best thing to do would be a test fit if possible.

Thursday, January 10, 2013 by joe:
i have a 2011 lancer gt with stock wheels 18x7" +45 and 215/45 tires and lowered my cars with 2 finger gap front and back. i'm looking to buy OZ Racing Ultraleggera 18x8" +48, will it works with stock tires without rubbing and does it clear for a big brake kit upgrade?
Friday, January 11, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
The Ultraleggera does fit the Lancer with the stock tires. While the Ultraleggera does have good caliper clearance, clearance of big brake kits will depend on the specific kit. Most big brake kits can provide you with a template to check if they will fit your wheels.
Saturday, January 12, 2013 by Dave:
2013 Impreza base. Stock 15" x 6" steel wheels have an offset of 48.
With 15" alloys for summer, if I stick with 6" what is preferred range for offset; move to 6.5", what is range?

Thank you
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 by kevin:
I currently have wheels that are 18x9.5 +12 (front) and 18x10.5 +15 (rear). I am getting a wide body kit, making the front an extra +20mm and the rear an extra +50mm. I want to get new wheels 18x10 (front) and 18x11 (rear). But I want to keep the position of the wheel to the fenders the same. What offset should I run for the 18x10 and 18x11?
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
Most all the wheels we carry for this are 15x6.5. With this wheel width, we would recommend +35 to +45 offset. -Marshall@tirerack.com
Monday, February 11, 2013 by Mark :
Hi, I have an 05 nissan 350z. I'm looking at buying new wheels, the current wheels on the car are (18x8 +30 / 18x8.5 +33). I'm looking at 18x9.5 with an offset of anywhere from +20-30. I want to be able to go wider with the 9.5 without any complications other than a small rub or so. Suggestions on offset or any problems I might have? Brake clearance? Thanks.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
18x9.5 generally fits on the rear with 35-45mm offset. On the front, that is wider than we could recommend to fit. To view our complete selection of wheels for your vehicle, click here: http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/results.jsp?autoMake=Nissan&autoModel=350Z+Base&autoYear=2005&autoModClar=
Thursday, February 14, 2013 by tyler :
i have a 2004 vw golf. and im getting xxr 527 wheels for it with a width of 8.5 in the front and 9 in the rear what offsett should i get so i dont have to shave brake calipers or anything?
Monday, February 18, 2013 by brent:
hi i have el ford falcon with offset of +6 215 65 15 tyres and want to put on 235 40 19 with offset +20 would this work thank you
Monday, April 15, 2013 by macdooks:
i have a 960 volvo i want to use 11 inch wheels offset can i use.
Monday, April 15, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
We do not have any 11" wheels for that car, so we are not sure what offset you would use. An 11" width would likely have problems with clearance regardless of offset. An 11" diameter would likely not clear the brakes.
Friday, June 14, 2013 by Elliott:
how much would a -8 offset affect my wheels?
Monday, June 17, 2013 by Luke:
I've got a 2013 BMW 320xi. Stock wheels are 17x7.5 and I just ordered aftermarket 17x7.5 wheels with +35 offset. Will I have fitment or handling issues?
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
That offset seems appropriate and should not cause any issues.
Thursday, June 27, 2013 by Jayden:
hey i currently have 16 x 6.5 stock wheels on my 05 lancer, and was thinking of changing to 18 x 8.5. is this possible?
Tuesday, July 2, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
We do not have any 18x8.5 wheels listed for the 05 Lancer, but there are some 18" that will fit. If you use the following link you can enter your vehicle information and view all wheels that are guaranteed to fit: http://bit.ly/13pv3cq.
Friday, July 5, 2013 by Craig:
Have a 2013 Camaro 2LT RS. Looking at replacing my wheels but using my stock tires. Currently have a +35 8" front and +40 9" rear, (I may have that backwards.) Anyway the wheels I'm looking at are 9" all around with a zero offset. Just how far out will these stick? Is it recommended, I see other Camaros with the same wheels.

Thanks, Craig
Friday, August 2, 2013 by Edgar:
I have a dodge charger 2011 rwd, I keep reading on forums that the offset is 12-25mm the wheels I'm looking at have an offset of 26 will that work or will I run into problems?
Monday, August 5, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
Edgar, some of that will depend on the particular wheel. It is not impossible that a 26 offset will work, but we do not have any wheels of that offset that work on your car.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 by Chris :
I have a 93 camaro my lug nut pattern is 5x120 if I put rims on my camaro that are 5x114 it would make the offset +40 will that rub or no
Thursday, August 15, 2013 by Michael:
Will 15x7 Wheels fit a 1963 Econoline Van with a 5x4.5 Bolt Pattern and a offset of +6mm the oringal offset was zero offset for this Ford Van.
Thanks for Your time.
Friday, August 16, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
Hi Michael, we have not done fitment testing on that van, so we could not say for sure. It sounds like it could work, but without a test fit we could not be sure.
Monday, September 2, 2013 by rick:
Hi. I have a 2012 f30 335i. I am looking at 19x10 BBS ch for the rears. I know factory recommended is 40mm offset. A used set has come along with a 20mm offset. I don't suppose this would work?spacer?
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 by Josh:
Will 19x8 TSW Rivage rims with an offset of +20mm, bolt pattern 5x114.3 fit on a 2010 Fusion that is lowered 1.4 inches. I believe the stock offset is +35. Will I be rubbing the fender lip?
Monday, September 16, 2013 by Dan:
I have a 18x8.5 with offset +34. Would that fit my 2013 Honda Accord V6 sedan?
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 by Jeff K.:
I have a 2012 Suburban with 18" rims. I want to get 20" rims but don't know what offset I need. I know they came on the suburban as an option. I want use the same size rims = 20 x 8.5 (9?) with P275/55 R20 tires. Any chance you would know what it is (offset)?
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
That offset is too low and will likely result in rubbing issues on the fender.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 by Mike:
I have a 2013 Altima 2.5SL. I do not know the offset, but when I look it up, it states 40-50mm. I am looking at a set of winter tires and rims, same tire size and bolt pattern, but they list the offset as 25-45mm. Will these work or shoudl I stay away
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 by ray zabinsky:
I have an E39 BMW, would 18x8.5 et 25 fit my car in front and rear without any rubbing or other issues? Thank you.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 by Anesti:
I have a 2004 ML350 Benz. Stock wheels are 8X17 with offset 52
I want to put a set of 8X18 with offset 45.
Will they stick out? And how much.
Thursday, October 24, 2013 by Marshall @ Tire Rack:
These wheels will be pushed out about an inch from the factory setup.
Saturday, October 26, 2013 by fred:
2012 mercedes R350 bluetec 4matic
19x8 wheels 112mm bolt 67mm offset
my friend has rims from 2008 mercedes ML 550 19x8 wheels 112mm bolt but
58mm offset
will they fit my R350?thanks for your help
Sunday, December 15, 2013 by Steve:
I have a 2013 Nissan Altima 17 X 7.5 factory rims. Will the same size after market rims with a +40 offset be okay. I believe the factory rims are +45.
Sunday, December 22, 2013 by Elvis:
Hi, I have a 2004 Lexus ls430 trying to put some 22's on it,
I know the tire size would probably be 24530r22 on a 22x9
All though I would like to know what kind of offset should I use since it's got the big caliper on the front and also I wanna make sure it won't rub ? Thank you
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 by mark brown:
hello..I have a 2000 Mercedes e320 matic and I wanted to know will an 18x9 wheel with 35et offsets work all the way around for me and what is the recommended tire size for these wheels...thsnk you
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 by marshall@tireack.com:
That wheel would not be a fitment we would recommend due to the width.
Friday, January 24, 2014 by Kasper:
I drive a Kia Soul SX with a Stock 18x7.5 5x114.3 ET: 42
Question is if I could go to a
20x8.5 with a +38???
i'm not worried about anything but fitment and rubbing....???
any help would be GREAT
Sunday, January 26, 2014 by rich:
will 18x8 +38 all around fit my 2001 lexus is300?
Monday, January 27, 2014 by Peter:
Hey I just have a question, I have a 2013 accord v6 coupe and im looking to put some rims on it. The stock rims are 18x8 with an offset of +30, the rims I want to get are 18x9 and the offset is +15, will they fit since the offset is different?
Thursday, January 30, 2014 by ben@tirerack:
That is unlikely to fit without modification to the fenders. To see our list of all the wheels we have to fit your car, click the link below:
Friday, February 14, 2014 by jonathan:
Hello I have a 2010 Toyota Camry SE with a 35 stock offset. My car still stock with the original 17" wheels but I would like to try a 18×9 wheel with a 30 offset. Did you think that this rims could work for my car? Thank you.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 by Barb:
HI,I have 2013 Dodge Journey SXT oem rims are 225/65/17 rim is 17x6.5, I would like to upgrade to an 18x9 with offset of +25 and tires would be 255/55/18. Would this work for my car or would it rub on the coils or stick out.
Saturday, March 15, 2014 by joseph:
Im planning to modify my trucks tire and rim 2011 chevy 2500HD, I wonder what would be best choice of rim offset I need. my truck will be carrying load of 2000LBS( mobile welding truck)

thank you and regards
Friday, June 13, 2014 by james:
Will rims from a 2008 mustang fit 2013 Altima coupe? Lug pattern is the same width only off .5 and mustang offset is within range????
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 by marshall@tireack.com:
Which specific mustang wheel were you looking to fit? Is it original or aftermarket?
Monday, July 14, 2014 by k wall:
I have a 2002 bmw 3 series my car has a 35 offset anf the wheels I like have 25 offset what do I need to do to have them fit on my car
Sunday, July 20, 2014 by Ryan :
I have 17x9 +25mm offset currently. Could I switch to 17x9 +20mm offset without any mounting issues? Meaning would I still be able to bolt the wheel on?
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 by ben@tirerack:
Ryan, the +20 vs +25 offset would make the wheel sit 5mm further out toward the fender. Assuming the bolt pattern and brake clearance are the same, it would still bolt on.

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