Wheel offset is measured in mm (millimeters) and a wheel can be positive offset, negative offset, or zero offset.
What is a Positive Offset?
A Wheel has Positive offset, when the hub mounting (Center Wheel Cap) surface is toward the front side of the wheel.
you will find a positive offset and zero offset wheels mostly in cars, front wheel drive vehicles and stock wheels.
What is a Negative Offset?
A Wheel has Negative offset, when the hub mounting (Center Wheel Cap) surface is towards the back of the wheels center-line.
A negative offset wheel usually has a deep lip, you will find a negative offset wheels mostly in leveled and lifted trucks, custom off-road vehicles.
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