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Old 06-09-2009, 04:21 PM   #1
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I have a Robitronic Mantis truggy. I want to buy some new rims but i cant seem to find out what my offset is. Does anyone know how to find out the offset? or know how i can find out?
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your gonna be the next dreauxs man...lol...go to amain or any other site and look at the difference between a 0 offset and half offset wheel...that way u know...a zero offset wheel looks more like a buggy while a half offset has more of a recess(sp)...just look at em and ull see the diff
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Just looked at a pic of the mantis. You will want Zero offset rims.
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ok. Im looking at some rims now. It says standard off set, is that the same as 0 offset?
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yes standard is the same as 0 off set
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