5th Gear Poster
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Anybody looking for info on offset...Google "wheel offset calculator." It let's you compare your old wheel to the new wheel including width and offset. Then it calculates inner and outer clearances. As far as price goes...adaptors are cheapest, then redrilling hubs and rotors/drums, then hub swap. As far as safety goes...hub swap, redrill, adaptors. Pick your poison. If I had the cash to do the hubswap, I would certainly do it. But last time I checked, it costs over $2k. That's a lot of money to spend just to drop another $2k on rims.
If you can't hear it before you see it...what's the point?