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Old 01-24-2018, 11:51 PM
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when looking around I haven't been able to find anyone who has gotten 15X10 with 0 offsets to fit under stock quarters. has it been done? I know there will have to be an intense amount of fender rolling and pulling. I just really don't want over fenders or flares. I want to run 10s in the back and 7 or 8s in the front I don't know what offest for those yet.
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The reason you haven't found anyone doing this is that it's stupid and can't be done. I was running 15x10 +25 wheels on my widebody Miata and that was a pretty close fit. And why in the world would you ever want to run a staggered setup on a Miata? It has been proven again and again that it just doesn't work.
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The failures of the rear hubs being fairly commonplace, I can't see putting a zero offset 10 inch wheel back there for any reason. And the handling being the overriding benefit to the engineering of the car, proposing something like that tells me you know very little about these cars.
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The failures of the rear hubs being fairly commonplace, I can't see putting a zero offset 10 inch wheel back there for any reason. And the handling being the overriding benefit to the engineering of the car, proposing something like that tells me you know very little about these cars.
Ya I really know nothing about the tire and suspension set up and have given it very little interest over the last couple years. That's why I am asking. Thanks for your input
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Ya I really know nothing about the tire and suspension set up and have given it very little interest over the last couple years. That's why I am asking. Thanks for your input
Don't care, haven't bothered to look; so I come here and get you guys to waste your time, so I don't have to waste mine.

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This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about wheel offset. Here are some online tools that will help

https://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp

https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator

Begin by looking at the back of the wheels you currently have on the car. They will have offset stamped in. Then take measurements on both inboard and outboard clearance at your usual ride height. Be sure to turn both front wheel lock to lock and check clearance. Check clearance to brakes, steering components and any hoses or cables near wheels. Now you will know what offset you have and how much you can change that offset without clearance issues.
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