Most common offset for gens is +22 but for flush anything between +20 to +25 should work If I’m not mistakenHello all,
I’m currently looking to buy a set of avid1 av20’s. Possibly 9.5 in the front and 10.5 in the back. How exactly do I know what offset your get? I have been doing research but still haven’t figured it out.
My fronts are 8.5 inch wide with 20mm offset (flush fit)First post here guys and I’m looking for some help. I was recently in an accident and had to buy new wheels for the front but for the price from the dealer I know I could get aftermarket for the whole car. I went with 18x8 +35 in the front and 18x9 +22 in the rear. I would of went wider but the body shop already ordered the tires prior to me ordering the wheels. My real question is what would I need to do to make the wheels look somewhat flush (not really looking for perfection but close enough) Mind you I have a 2010 2.0 base model with stock suspension.
Appreciate the responseMy fronts are 8.5 inch wide with 20mm offset (flush fit)
My rears are 10 inch wide with 25mm offset and they stick out about .5 inches from the fender, they have the drag car look.
Your fronts are 1/2 inch narrower and higher offset so they will sit inside the fender.
Your rears are 1 inch narrower but your offset is lower than mine so that will push the wheel out a bit. These might be a flush fit.
You might consider a 3mm-5mm spacer in lieu of removing camber. The stock settings don’t have much negative camber to start with, so taking any out is bound to affect handling and tire wear, and not for the better.I had to take some negative camber out of the front to keep them from rubbing on the coilovers.
I plan on getting an alignment to see how much camber I have and decide what I want to do after that. I’d rather not use spacers if I don’t have tooYou might consider a 3mm-5mm spacer in lieu of removing camber. The stock settings don’t have much negative camber to start with, so taking any out is bound to affect handling and tire wear, and not for the better.