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Brett IMSA Z Hybrid

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  1. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    We are currently installing camber plates front and rear and all four corners lower arms in Billet aluminum, 4-wheel Large disc brakes. That was one of the reasons for choosing a 16-inch rim for me, had to be wide enough diameter to fit the rotors and calipers. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  2. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    Yeah I agree with you it looks pretty awkward with the stock tires on it! Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  3. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    No purchased these bronze Wheels they are 0 and -15 offset to Rears are negative Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  4. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  5. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    Sorry guys she's in the shop having the suspension all done. When she's done I'll be happy to post pics. Here's some just straight out of the paint booth. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  6. Positive offset + wheel spacer = "simulated 0 offset" ?

    Hello, I have a hybrid Z with an IMSA race series wide body kit. I had a really hard time finding Wheels trying to keep the four lug pattern. The only thing you might get out of putting in a wheel spacer it's probably bearing distortion. As the spacers are close to being balanced but not 100% percent. It was either I spend approximately $5,000 on custom wheels or settling for a simpler wheel. I came across a relatively decent set of wheels with zero offset on eBay. As my car is 15 inch wider in rear stance and 8 inches wider in the front, was very hard finding rims. Overall I decided to go with a 9 inch wide, 16 inch rims, this gave me a very wide choice of tires in the extreme summer category. My car has the small block Chevrolet with 440 cubic inches, 700 + horsepower. So I wanted a really good aggressive tires. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Classic Zcar Club mobile
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