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How Do I? Offset Modular Wheels ?

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Have been having a look round for some 15 x 8 black modulars . Bronco usually do them with a -19mm offset ( sticking out an extra 19mm) but are out of stock .Anyone know where i can get some with an offset ?.

I did look at Mach 5 wheels - with powder coating etc they are over £170 each :eek: . Oh , and i may have to wait till April :rolleyes: .

I did think of wheel spacers but i'd rather just get the offset Modulars to keep things simple - well ok i'm stingy as well :eek: .
 
Thanks rangienut ,
had a look at the site but couldn't see any in that size . I've phoned and emailed paddocks to ask what the offset is on their modulars of that size . I'll have another trawl of the net but it is annoying that none of the adverts give offset data as far as i can see . This may be the differance between you having very little turning circle or ripping the arches off :eek: .
 
Just an update .
Paddocks offset in 15 and 16 x 7 is 8mm away from the axle .
Their 16 x 8 is aparently 19 or 20 mm.
Craddocks is 8mm for the 16 x 7 .
Another supplier could only tell me it was 3.5 inch - which didn't help much :) .
Padocks described the offset as positive - but from what i have read having the wheels sticking further outboard of the axle is negative :rolleyes: .
Waiting on them arriving :rolleyes: - i'll find out then .
 
Interesting thread. I was only thinking about this the other day but the other way round??? I have a series 2 landy but want to fit disco/rangie axles to it, but dont want to fit those nasty plastic wheel arches so wanted the offset to go inwards instead.... Any ideas ????
 
Hi Scootlife , my hybrid has a series 2 body on a rangie chasis / axles etc . The std rangie rostyles with 235's did not stick out beyond the body at all . There was no need for the plastic arches as far as I can remember . Hopefully you'll be ok :) .
 
thats good to hear. Was hoping to use 235/85 also, but wasnt sure what wheels to use, . Looks like im on the lookout for some rangie axles...
 
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