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I've been looking at some bbs rm's in 8x15 and 9x15's with 2 and 3'' outers.

I think the offsets are around et13 front and et8 back. I've also had all four arches de-liped and rolled and i'm 70mm-ish down.

so what ya reckon folks?

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its more like et1 on the 9s. it has been done before think blackrat sent me the pic of his mates car (on old computer though unfortunatly).dont no how much his arches were pulled by or anythin. i thought they looked to wide at the time but havnt seen the pic for donkeys.

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its more like et1 on the 9s. it has been done before think blackrat sent me the pic of his mates car (on old computer though unfortunatly).dont no how much his arches were pulled by or anythin. i thought they looked to wide at the time but havnt seen the pic for donkeys.

Ok cheers man.

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I hope they do rub :P Just so you cant have another set of gorgeous wheels :lol:

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I hope they do rub :P Just so you cant have another set of gorgeous wheels :lol:

I could always hang them on the wall in my living room if they did :P

Ummm BBS :wub:

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u need to stop arsing around and get some real dishes

bbs016.jpg

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I think that best measures on 15" are 7,5J and 8J...!

Too much "high" the wheel...!With 8J and 9J you can play with 14" or 13"...!

Cheers,

D.

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i had 7.5's on mine and they rubbed would probly been ok with better bump stops, i think 8's on the rear would be fine but 9's doubtful

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So do most rm's have an offset of et35 before wider outers?

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From memory it's ET33, that's with a standard 0.5" dish

Ok cheers

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Found a pic of these which are 8.5x15 with a 2.5''dish.

Standard arches to....ummm.

P240508_161202.jpg

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thats wideeee! 9's are gona be too much i think it will lose the stance. I would just make the 9's 7.5 and then run 7.5 up front and 8 out back :shades:

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id try 8 up front and 8.5 rear. that would look the nuts.

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Still seriously thinking about it, but need to sell another set before i can get buy them.

Anybody what a set of 8x18 Zenders :lol:

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No but i'll take the Borbet As and the 'Dials :rolleyes::lol:

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No but i'll take the Borbet As and the 'Dials :rolleyes::lol:

More wheels are on hold now, got rear ended today :angry: poor loop :(

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More wheels are on hold now, got rear ended today :angry: poor loop :(

GUTTED!!! hope it gets sorted mate

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:o

Oh noes :( Hope it wasnt too bad? If i see the pillock who did it, me and snowy will squish them :P

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GUTTED!!! hope it gets sorted mate
:o

Oh noes :( Hope it wasnt too bad? If i see the pillock who did it, me and snowy will squish them :P

Cheers peeps.

Fortunately no panel damage, just nakered bumper, bent number plate and marks on the tail pipes.

Just waiting for the insurance to sort it out.

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