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Old 10-23-2017, 08:57 AM   #2
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Re: 1972 K10 Aftermarket rims

a 9" wheel could go 50/50 on backspace. I guess these days they are using "offset" as a reference to how far off center front is to back. Or is it back to front? It's not a very clear reference to me. Good old "backspace" leave no doubt and before that we went with how much "dish". A reverse rim meant more out than in. I guess most wheels were designed to be centered back in the day. I know the K/20 9.75" wide rims can have 5" backspace on the relatively identical front end.
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