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I'm looking at the Tenzo Cuzco V1, it comes in +20 and +32 offsets for both front and rear. I haven't been able to find the lowest confirmed offset fitment. My understanding is that the lower the offset number the deeper/ more concave the rim will appear but in most threads people say they are running much larger offsets. Explaination?:confused:

Thoughts on 19x9.5 all around instead of staggered?? I'm going to swap springs out for a 1.2in drop when I get the rims.

And please don't tell me to search, I just looked at 30 or more threads to find someone running +20 all around.
 

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It all depends on what look you are going for. on Cast wheels like these the concave is going to be the same on both the +20 and +32 they just remove more of the material on the back of the hub portion to lower the offset. 9.5 +20 is a somewhat avg offset for the rear and it would be quite aggressive for the front. Can you give me a list of all the widths and offsets that are available and I can help you.
 

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Size Bolt Pattern Offset Weight
19x8.5 5x100/114.3 45 25.0
19x8.5 5x112/114.3 45 25.0
19x8.5 5x114.3/120 45 25.0
19x8.5 5x114.3 20 25.0
19x8.5 5x114.3 32 25.0
19x9.5 5x114.3 20 26.2
19x9.5 5x114.3 32 26.2
19x9.5 5x114.3/120 45 26.2

I'd prefer to stick the the 5-hole rims over the 10 whole.

krautastic is running 19x9.5 25 all around, hes got some very useful pics and specs. Look over his posts, it shows how his wheels fit. 9.5 +20 is going to stick out a lot in the front, but the back will be fine.

http://www.gencoupe.com/wheels-tires-brakes/51777-deep-concave-rims-8.html#post589902
Thank You BTW!
 

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read this:
https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html


in general,
-lower offset stick out (more) and if excessive, can hit fenders/etc
-higher offset tuck in (more) and if excessive, can rub on shocks/etc



offset varies on wheel width, ie 25 offset on 9.5" wide wheel is a lower amount of 'sticking out' compared to 25 offset on and 8.5" wide wheel.

25 is the measurement in millimeters.
 
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