if i use a 205 tire,what offset is needed for good fitment,any pros and cons for that size wheel?thanks,and yes i searched but couldn't find specifics.
I used to have 205/40-17 on 17X7 rims 35 mm offset. No rubbing on the struts in back, but the gap couldn't have been but 2 mm. 35 offset is the largest I'd use.zexynx said:if i use a 205 tire,what offset is needed for good fitment,any pros and cons for that size wheel?thanks,and yes i searched but couldn't find specifics.
Weird...I tried 17x7 with 40 offset and they rubbed on the rear strut (I also have the AGX's). Hmmmmmmmmm....cruceno21 said:I have 205 on my 17 inch rims and I have a 42mm offset. no spacers, no nothing. and my car is dropped a few inches. the ride is bumpy for sure with the lowpro tires. check out my site for how the rims fit. there is a picture on there of the rims on before doing the suspension.
Fortunately, it seems like Galveston hit the lottery and started fixing streets like crazy.LONEWOLF said:nyc potholes are king . i was looking to get 17 but 16's may be my number. if you guys are looking into puttting tires on your car look into putting in a coilover suspension. because with the rear your tire will rub the strut.