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Once again, the offset is dependent upon wheel width, so check the following:

By using your present wheel width and offset, then you can see how the various
widths/offsets afffect the location of the new wheel.
 

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Once again, the offset is dependent upon wheel width, so check the following:

By using your present wheel width and offset, then you can see how the various
widths/offsets afffect the location of the new wheel.
Right it’s +52.5 so what offsets should I look at for 18” wheels. Only +52.5
 

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I'm certain that some of the people would know the min/max offset with a specific width, I don't,
so what I suggested above, is to use you present specs and then plug in the wheel specs you want
and see how it would fit.
The calculator would indicate the inner/outer movement and you'd be able to see if that movement
would fit. Inner, enough room for the wheel to move inward, outer, you can always put spacers behind
your present wheel to move it out to the new spec to see fitment.

Might help:

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