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Old 12-10-2012, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rim fitment

Looking at getting a set of rims off a guy my wife works with. They are 22" Strada Magia's. He has them currently on a charger. According to the site he got them from they have a "high off set" which according to the site is between a +35 to a +45. Though i believe we are supposed to run according to the site a "low off set" which is 0 to a +20. Now these rims are 22x8.5s and if what i found is right we run a 20x9. So they are narrower than i want id rather have a 10 width but hey. Also these have 265/35 tires so my question is will i have any rim fitment issues or will i have any tire rub issues? I'll be potting them on a 06 srt8 300.

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A pic of the rims. Were going to get rims and tires for 600.

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Measure one of yours. I hate that large offset number and it may be that he has an AWD???

If you have an SRT8 and he doesn't, and if his is an AWD, in neither scenario will these fit. You really need to know the inside barrel diameter of both wheels.
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There lies part of the problem I'm deployed so I'm living in Africa right now. To my knowledge he just has a base charger so rwd.

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For a rear wheel drive, your looking at an offset range from 12 to 24mm and centre bore measuring 71.5mm, 5X 115 (or 5X 114.3)

I would offer the wheels against your hub to be 100%. The offset you mention from the site is relating to the all wheel drive.

As MD suggested you really need to take measurements of the actual wheel or try it on your car as the wheel could be available for both RWD and AWD

If the wheels are for AWD, you can then purchase a 20mm hubcentric spacer to bring it back to a RWD spec as long as centre bore and stub pattern is same.
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Sweet so basically the will fit cuz they are that bolt pattern only issue i might have can be corrected by spacers. Thanks let me know if i read that wrong.

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