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Re: Wheel Fantasy
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- Date: Wed, 11 Dec 1996 12:15:14 -0500
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Mr. AudiDudi wrote:
"If they're rubbing on the inside, this is more NEGATIVE offset not
According to the 1995 MAST Fitment Guide published by Michelin North
"When the mounting face is toward the wheel's streetside, the wheel
has POSITIVE offset. Negative offset occurs when the mounting face is
closer to the brake side of the wheel."
Therefore, the lowriders have NEGATIVE offset and our Audis have
POSITIVE offset. With all of the wheel discussions here we should be
carefull that the terminoligy is common and correct. Do you have a
different source that states the opposite??
86 5KCSTQ looking for some cool positive offset wheels...