Imagine if you had a wheel that was a 20×9 wheel. This means the wheel is a 20 inch wheel in diameter, and is 9 inches from each side where the tire beads on the wheel. This means the tire itself is 10 inches wide, as it does not include the flange on the front and flange on the back, each of which is about .5 inches.
Example 1. A wheel with a 20×9 with a 0 mm offset (5 inch backspace)
This means the wheel is 10 inches wide, and the mounting pad is right in the middle of the wheel if you were to draw a line down the middle of it.
Example 2. A wheel with a 20×9 with a -25 mm offset (4.5 inch backspace)
This means the wheel is 10 inches wide, and the mounting pad is 25 millimeters “offset” to the left of the mid line of the wheel, thus making the wheel come outbound more than a 0 offset.
Example 3. A wheel with a 20×9 with a +25 mm offset (5.5 inch backspace)
This means the wheel is 10 inches wide, and the mounting pad is 25 millimeters “offset” to the right of the mid line of the wheel, thus making the wheel come inbound more than a 0 offset.
The bolt pattern of a vehicle is the measurement of the studs (those things that the lug nuts go on!) from one stud to the opposing stud across the circle.
Often bolt circle can be stated in standard (inches) or metric (millimeters). Example, a 6×5.5 pattern is the same as a 6×139.7mm pattern.
The centerbore of the wheel is the opening stated in millimeters in the center of the wheel measured on the backside of the wheel. Note: This is NOT the same as the opening where the centercap on the face side of the wheel. It should also be noted that even if your vehicle has the same bolt pattern as another vehicle, it is not likely the centerbore is the same.
Our wheels are made of 356.2 AL. All wheels are made primarily of AL with traces of MG and SI in them.
This totally depends on a couple factors. Is your vehicle lifted or leveled and what size tire do you want to run.
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This is a user preference, but some guidelines to look at. Typically in order of road noise from least to most = AT, RT and MT. Many people like the MT as it looks the most rugged, but will typically make more road noise than an AT or RT. The MT has more sizes in the bigger sizes like 35” tall or greater.