Modular rims

Don't like the adverts? Remove them by becoming a supporting member.   Click here

goodoldboy

Well-Known Member
Apr 30, 2010
1,414
637
113
try paddocks 4x4 for the rims but remember that you will have to buy new wheelnuts as the ones for alloys are not sutable - they have a flat washer that sits in a counterbored hole in the alloy whereas for modulars the nut sits in a radiused hole - check out the price as i paid 4 euros each!
phonefotos206.jpg
 

Attachments

Gav Peter

Well-Known Member
I am in england
Mar 1, 2010
4,843
9
38
The Wirral, NW Ingerland
Paul_Humphreys said:
You want a 0 (zero) back space.
I'm not writing to contradict Paul here but do check this out first...

IIRC the standard 5-spoke Colorado alloys are not zero offset... If you look on the rim, there are some numbers cast into it; the first set will denote size & fit (say 16 x 7JJ) & then there is another number denoting offset... You might find a -15 on the rim which equates to -15mm offset

The only reason I know this is from when I changed my wheels on the Colorado from standard alloys to 80 series alloys - the 80 series alloys are certainly zero offset which is what I wanted to fatten up the stance... But its been a while since I did the swap :oops:

Hope this assists - have a look & see what you find :cool:

Cheers
Gav

PS: I have 275/75/16 BFG AT tyres on the Colorado & there's a wee bit of rubbing with the offset wheels on hard lock - nothing disaterous though. I personally think its quite a good size for the 90.
 
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks useful features of our website. For the best site experience please disable your AdBlocker.

I've Disabled AdBlock    No Thanks