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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-25-2016, 08:20 PM
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Let's say and we are talking about a 7" wheel a 5+2 offset would put 5" of the wheel to the inside of the car and 2" toward the outside, a 3+4 offset would put 3" of the wheel toward the inside and 4" outboard. A 3+4 offset would make your car 4" wider than a 5+2 offset wheel.
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wheel & tire size

So im wanting to put the same tire size on all 4 corners 28x11x14 can I do that on the front ?
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Thank you for the Offset Clarifications that is very helpful.
Question: Can I install 27" x 10" X 14" Tires on both stock front (6.5") and rear wheels (8")? Or do I need to purchase wheels and tires as well?
Just Realized that the answer to the preceding question will tell me what I need to know....

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