[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: SVO: wheel stuff
On Dec 18, 9:59, Chris Roth wrote:
> Subject: Re: SVO: wheel stuff
> At 08:33 AM 12/18/97 -0700, Rod Lilak wrote:
> > The 1984 Supplement says that the wheels are 16x7 with a 4.5" bolt circle.
> > The offset is 1.75".
> The supplement is either using some other reference to backspacing or is
> just a misprint.
> Chris Roth
> 2 SVOs
>-- End of excerpt from Chris Roth
Careful, don't confuse offset and backspace.
1. Place the wheel face down.
2. Lay a straight edge across the back of the wheel.
3. Measure the distance from the straight edge to the wheel hub mounting
surface. This is the backspace.
A wheel's offset is the distance from its hub mounting surface to the
centerline of the wheel. If the hub mounting surface is outside the centerline,
the offset is positive. If the hub mounting surface is inside the centerline,
the offset is negative.
1. Measure the overall wheel width, outside-to-outside. (overall width is NOT
the inside bead-to-bead width)
2. Measure the backspace.
3. Offset = (Overall Width - Backspace) / 2