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Old 04-19-2014, 01:05 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Vossen Wheel Help

I am planning on buying some Vossen CV3 20x10.5 all around. Would it fit? I see people talk about offset, which is the best for having in this car? I dnt want to rub, i plan on doing coil overs, i have now is tein lowering springs. What's the difference between offset n the actual width of the wheel, since i want that deep concave look thats why i want 10.5 but then i see people saying offset +35 would be good? Wouldn't a higher offset make it not so concave? Lol im lost when it comes to this shit, i would really appreciate the help guys! Thanks a million
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I think @hero782 has 10.5 with a 25 offset so it can be done. You might need to roll your fenders and trim the part that connects the rear bumper to the quarter panel. But it all depends on if you rub. You might also need chamber arms depending on the offset you get. Higher offset will make the wheels sink in while lower will make them poke out so you need to find the perfect offset depending on what you're going for. Research some on the org and you'll find a lot of info. I'm running 20x10 on the rear with a 40mm offset and its almost flushed with my rear fender. Tire size is also a factor to look at.

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Old 04-19-2014, 09:07 PM   Thread Starter #3
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I think @hero782 has 10.5 with a 25 offset so it can be done. You might need to roll your fenders and trim the part that connects the rear bumper to the quarter panel. But it all depends on if you rub. You might also need chamber arms depending on the offset you get. Higher offset will make the wheels sink in while lower will make them poke out so you need to find the perfect offset depending on what you're going for. Research some on the org and you'll find a lot of info. I'm running 20x10 on the rear with a 40mm offset and its almost flushed with my rear fender. Tire size is also a factor to look at.

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@Jony09 thanks for the reply. I messaged Hero but haven't heard from him. I just want that deep concave look but would that happen by getting wide rims 10.5 or by the offset thats wat im confused on.

Btw can u put a pic of ur car, i would like to see how your rims are with the fenders.

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Default Re: Vossen Wheel Help

It depends on design of the wheel I've seen some wide wheels with no concave wheel. Also offset is a factor to get the deepest look possible with the correct offset and width that our cars can handle.

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Here's another pic . I'm lowered on progress springs

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Did you contact Vossen via their website. I bet they could help you too. Vossen wheels look really good in our cars, that video they have is
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