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Old 03-08-2007, 11:36 PM   #1
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im running cs27 takeoffs does anyone know the offset they are....these are the preounted ones and does takeoff have a website cause i cant find it i tryed google sorry if its a dumb question
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they are 0 offset.
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ok thanks i was wondering cause im buying some flashy wheels now and dident want them to rub or somthing....and 1 more question if i go more offset or somthing would it make the wheels stick out more or stick in.... is there a plus offset and a negative offset? id would like to know just a bit
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+offset will make the wheels stick out and -offset will make the wheels sit mor under the body.

generally a +2offset will mean you should run a 200mm body instead of the 190mm body.
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i was figureing i should run mabey 1 or 2 offset cause i get a bit of a rubbing problem thanks soo much for the help
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you could also add spacers to the hub to increase the track width. that could also solve any rubbing problems.
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i forgot about that i can only run 24 mm tires cause of rubbing but now in that case i can do 26mm thanks
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