That's correct. If you go to a negative offset wheel, you'd have to flare or
outside of the rear fenders to clear it. I have 185/70-14's on 14x6 0 offset
and they rub on the inside of the outer lip of the rear fender without rolling
the lip up.
Once you roll the lip they work fine. The stock Later Roadster steel wheels
somewhere around a +12mm offset - Anyone know for sure?
If you go too positive on offset (like FWD wheels which are around +38-40mm) or
you go too
wide, you'll rub the leaf springs.
Brian '69 2000
ok, i'm confused. do you want positive offset on wheels on a the rear of a
thought positive offset meant that the tire would be closer to the center of
the car, by,
in this case, 20 to 25 mm. with the already narrow rear track, don't you want
negative offset wheels? if you use positive offset wheels, is there chance of
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