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    Active Member Two Rings blinx9900's Avatar
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    custom wheels what offset? S7

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    Hey guys, I'm getting some made to order wheels for my 2018 S7, curious what offset i should get? I see a lot of people run +32. My wheels will be 21x10.5 with 275/30/21 tires and my car is lowered. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    If you are lowering it depends on how much lowering you will do, and the how much room there still is in the well after doing so. I would recommend that you have more of the wheel inside than out just to make sure that there is still room to turn. 10.5" ET 44 or 45 would be my recommendation, but hard to say for sure without seeing how much room there already is between the tire sidewall and suspension on both sides.

    Increasing your width a full inch on an already lowered car is a lot. I don't have anything that we sell tested on that car that is a full 10.5" wide.
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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser One Ring damon@tirerack's Avatar
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    By comparison, a 38mm offset will have an inner rim which is 17.7mm closer to the suspension strut. The outer rim will poke out 7.7mm more than before.
    damon@tirerack.com
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    **Don't forget to add my name as a prior contact to online orders!**
    Or use this link:
    https://www.tirerack.com/affiliates/...sp?AFFCODE=EQ3



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