I had some wheels brought in for my trailer that I really liked but they are to wide 8". I was made to understand that they were 7" but thats another story. Any way they have a +10mm offset where as the stocks are 0. Question: I want to be sure to cover up the buddy bearing with whatever cap comes with the wheel as well as clear my wheel wheel. What do I need a negative offset? Stay nuetral? Let me know what you guys have done. I need a solution.
Can't remember the offset, but i know the tire guys said it is the same size as what would fit a ford ranger. That might help if you call a tire shop and see if they can tell you the proper offset etc, based upon that.
That is a sweet wheel!
LOL, thanks Digg's ( I appreciate you chiming in) but thats what I was using as a sizing guide I think if I can find one I like in a negative offset it will push it far enough out as the rims posted above would be rubbing on the inside.