Other items we measure or verify:
- Bolt Pattern
- Centerbore Diameter
- Hub Diameter
- Load Capacity
- Lug Hardware
- Suspension Components Clearance
As you can see, the wheel diameter, wheel width and wheel offset all contribute to the placement of the wheel on your vehicle. The offset of a wheel is a description of the location of the mounting surface compared to the wheel center. For example, an 8" wide wheel with a zero offset would have the mounting surface exactly in the center. A positive offset moves the wheel toward the center of the vehicle and a negative offset moves the wheel outboard of the vehicle.
You may have noticed that when you do view wheels by vehicle, you may see a range of offsets for your wheels. Which one is right? It is not uncommon for wheels fitted to the same vehicle to have slightly different offsets. This is particularly true when the wheel widths differ.
You can be confident that when you shop for wheels by vehicle on our web site, the wheel will fit your vehicle with no problems, rubbing or obstruction. If you want fitment confirmation before you buy, just give us a call.