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i'm currently running the bbs basket weave rims 4x100 14x16.5, im looking at some new options, i think the offset of them is 34, but where is the offset of the rim measured from? im looking into something like this but not sure if they will work the same, cause the offset is different, i went with a lower profile tire cause at first they were rubbing.... any thoughts.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-Truck-Parts-Accessories__14x6-Akuza-372-Black-Wheel-Rim-s-4-100-4x100-14-NEW_W0QQitemZ360026507994QQadnZCarQ20Q26Q20TruckQ20PartsQ20Q26Q20AccessoriesQQadiZ2865QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116

Title: 14x6 Akuza 372 Black Wheel/Rim/s 4-100 4x100 14 NEW Rim Information

Brand: Akuza Number of Bolts: 4 Material: Alloy

Width: 6J Bolt Pattern: 4-100 Structure: One Piece

Diameter: 14 inches Offset: 38 Part Number (MPN): 372460410

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i'm currently running the bbs basket weave rims 4x100 14x16.5, im looking at some new options, i think the offset of them is 34, but where is the offset of the rim measured from? im looking into something like this but not sure if they will work the same, cause the offset is different, i went with a lower profile tire cause at first they were rubbing.... any thoughts.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-Truck-Parts-Accessories__14x6-Akuza-372-Black-Wheel-Rim-s-4-100-4x100-14-NEW_W0QQitemZ360026507994QQadnZCarQ20Q26Q20TruckQ20PartsQ20Q26Q20AccessoriesQQadiZ2865QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116

Title: 14x6 Akuza 372 Black Wheel/Rim/s 4-100 4x100 14 NEW Rim Information

Brand: Akuza Number of Bolts: 4 Material: Alloy

Width: 6J Bolt Pattern: 4-100 Structure: One Piece

Diameter: 14 inches Offset: 38 Part Number (MPN): 372460410

I think you'll need a spacer for that offset.

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i'm currently running the bbs basket weave rims 4x100 14x16.5, im looking at some new options, i think the offset of them is 34, but where is the offset of the rim measured from? ........

See http://www.victoriatire.com/wheeltech.html

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