Question about Audi AllRoad
The rims on cars are often given letter codes indicating the degree of offset. If you wheel is 15mm offset then it should always be 15mm. By fitting wider wheels the wheel not only sticks out further but also sticks in by the same amount. For example if you moved to a 8" width rim, this is an approximate increase of 50mm, the offset of the new rim should still be 15mm but the wheel now sticks out a further 25mm and also stick in by 25mm. The offset always remains the same and any increase in rim width should be balanced either side of the offset line. Failure to do this will result in an altered geometry of tire contact point with the ground. This might make the car take on a an aggressive stance but it will ruin the handling at slow speed and be downright dangerous at high speed.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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