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10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

21" x 10.5" wheel with +35 offset.
Would this fit?

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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

if they were 22x10.5 et 35 they'd look like this: these have 305/35/22 vreds which i guess are now discontinued.

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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

and they don't rub?
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

Yes like Jeff said it fits. But if you want the maximum offset and not poke out, and work with most drops I believe it's +40. I do believe I was the first with +40 for our rigs *Humble Blush Face*
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

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and they don't rub?
no they did sometimes. i never really cared. pictures are with RM mids installed as well.
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

OK. That must be why the wheel manufacturer is telling me that I need +41
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

A lot of the guys running 3 piece wheels on extreme drops run a +45 but I don't like the look. Those tuck some and lose the custom wheel look. I believe the Factory Reproductions are a +45.
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

I was under the impression that factory wheels were 10" +38mm
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

Factory wheels on WK2 are 10" wheel with +50 offset.

The Factory Reproductions (FR) are replicas of the WK1 wheel available in 20" and 22". I believe they are available in many widths and offsets. However I think the +45 is what the WK2 guys are running. You can tell in the photos because the wheels tuck some and are not close to flush.
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

I'm talking with a wheel manufacturer and they are telling me that they recommend a +20 offset for their 22x10.5 wheel. WTH?

I'm not looking for a super-flush mount. and especially not poking out.
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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

Depending on the style or concave offsets change do some reading up to understand I have explained this to a lot of people may be someone who I've told feels like typing it!

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Re: 10.5" wheel with +35 offset?

I DON'T want my wheels flush. I DON'T want skinny, stretched tires.

I'm buying Blaque Diamond BD-8 wheels and they don't have a concave effect. Thus, I prefer the largest offset possible, considering I'm stuck with 10.5.

I was hoping to find some 21x10 but, anything that fits is 8-12k USD for the set. There's NO WAY in hell i'm ever paying more than 2k for wheels.

So, I'll compromise and get the DB-8. At $1200 for the set, it's a decent deal.


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