Offset for New Wheels

What's the best way to measure our back spacing for wheels
Want to know if an 18×10 with +30 offset will rub
Or better yet what's the recommended offset for 18×10 or 18×9.5 in our trucks. Plan on going square rather staggered setup and later using xii coilovers down the road
Thanks guys appreciate it
 
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SlowcomaX

New Member
I run a 18x10.5 square +15offset with a 275/40/18 up front and 315/35/18 back . Tire sets perfect even with frinder moldings .
 

SlowcomaX

New Member
After reading post again. If your going 18x10 I would get a +20 and of doing a 18x9 at least +30 . The factory 18’s are 18x8 with a +35 . If you go wider on the wheel you will need a bigger offset from the hub . If you need more help with what your really looking for the best place to find a good tool is Fitment inc. fitmentinc.com . Also look at hub bore and make sure any wheel you buy will fit the hub . Hub centric rings . Our stock lugs will not work on aftermarket wheels also .
 

NHXRUNNER

"New Hampster"
Staff member
It really depends on what look you're going for. Flush? Tucked? Poke? Do you have a picture of a truck with an offset that you'd like to replicate?
 
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It really depends on what look you're going for. Flush? Tucked? Poke? Do you have a picture of a truck with an offset that you'd like to replicate?
Damn sorry boss didn't mean to leave you hanging there. Honeslty did read it
No not yet on the picture
Might go with 19×10
Hard to make up my mind lol
 
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