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Wheel size and offset

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I have a set of Rota Alpina style wheels offset is 25. They are 15s. Will these fit a 2000c? I looked around didn't find any info. . I want to change them to keep the hubcaps from disappearing. Thanks.

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Best fit is 12-20mm offset depending on width.

Rick has a nice set of Black Racing wheels in the for sale section that would look pretty nice.

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You can use 10mm spacers & longer bolts/wheel studs to get a 15mm offset if you really want to use them. Ireland engineering has spacers & studs for a reasonable price.

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I had 6 inch fronts and 7 inch rear on Alpina 15inch rims on my 2000cs.

Norm

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I have 15x7 ET 15 wheels with 205/50 tires, and I had to roll the fender lips to make them fit. I think a 7 in wheel should fit fine with a ~20mm offset being ideal. The 15 mm offset makes mine a little twitchy on the road.

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Thanks for the replies. Norm, the pics of you car on BaT were awesome.

Where did you get springs to lower it?

Thanks!

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