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Wolf Rim offset, anyone know what it is?


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Excellent, thanks for the replies. So they are greater offset than the standard steel rims then? As in the wheels sit further "out" on the axle.

So, and I'm completely guessing here, they are probably a little wider than the standard disco steels or alloys. Anyone know?

Basically I'm looking at putting a set on my disco but don't want the offset of steel modulars but I do want the same or a bit more than

than the standard disco rims.

Thanks

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edited to answer my own question. After some more research, disco steel rims are 33 offset so if I've got my head around this offset thing

the wolf rims should have a slightly wider track. Can an adult confirm this for me please. Thanks

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Excellent, thanks for the replies. So they are greater offset than the standard steel rims then? As in the wheels sit further "out" on the axle.

So, and I'm completely guessing here, they are probably a little wider than the standard disco steels or alloys. Anyone know?

Basically I'm looking at putting a set on my disco but don't want the offset of steel modulars but I do want the same or a bit more than

than the standard disco rims.

Thanks

EDIT

edited to answer my own question. After some more research, disco steel rims are 33 offset so if I've got my head around this offset thing

the wolf rims should have a slightly wider track. Can an adult confirm this for me please. Thanks

XD/Wolf rims are 6.5 inches wide, Disco steels are 7 inches wide.

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