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Old 03-28-2003, 12:08 AM   #11
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Default Re: Re: The Offset Information Thread

Originally posted by North Ursalia
As I stated in the post that started this thread, and in my last reply up above:

I don't mean to pick on you specifically, I just wish people would read threads completely before replying . I've been guilty of it myself too- things go alot more smoothly when information doesn't have to be repeated .

I did completely read the thread. I'm just asking what's your definition of "sighting distance"? Evidently, cereal doesn't understand "sighting distance" as well. And I didn't mean to pick on cereal specifically. He just happened to be a good example.

cereal - a +45mm offset should be fine on a sedan, pushing it on a wagon. Also what zahnster stated, type of tire used, even in the same size for all brands, will vary among manufacturers. Example: Azenis Sports are generally wider than the same size from another tire co.
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