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Old 01-22-2013, 12:35 PM   #10
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Kevin,
Can you educate me on what the ET is and why it's important?
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it is offset, meaning the position of the wheel hub in relevance to the center of the rim, zero or low offsets will be seen on more concave wheels
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The offset is very relevant to how wheels fit on your car. Different cars require different offsets, and the ones listed above are what we've found to be a good fit. Lower numbers (closer to zero or even negative) will mean that the wheel sticks out further. Higher numbers mean it will be tucked inside the fenders more.
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