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Discussion in 'Leon Mk2 (2006-2012)' started by RobsCupra, Mar 22, 2009.
As above really.... Wheel is a 19"...
A few of us on here have ET45 and ET44 wheels fitted. ZBoyd has ET44 19's. The offset you list is going to be fine bearing in mind OEM ET is 52 I think.
I take it ET48 will push the wheels slightly further out into the arches?
No - the smaller the number the more they fill the arches.
Thats what I meant... So they'll sit more towards the outside of the car.
compared to the standard wheels
check this out.. http://www.1010tires.com/WheelOffsetCalculator.asp
What have you lowered yours with DJH?
You may get a slight scuffing on the inner arch when on full lock... i'm on a 45 offset and have noticed mine does this very lightly.
Sportlines. Sits a bit higher than Dans which has proper wound down coilies, but lower than most other aftermarket springs
Cool, don't tend to use full lock much as its a weekend car.... May just have to sell off my standard wheels now and invest!
Ta! Are they 19's you have?
Nope. Both Dan and have the same wheel except his is matt and mine are gloss.
ET45, 5 stud 112, 18" Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2
Well I must say the look stunning! And you've convinced me that I need them in my life!
They are a bargain price wise too. The lightest wheels you can buy for that money and about 3kg less per wheel compared to OEM....
Thats a big difference per wheel! Can you feel the difference?
I am sure I did, yes.
Are you still considering selling yours?
I'm starting to think I've ordered ET42...does that mean they stick out of the car more than ET45? I really not too sure about this hole ET malarky..seems that you can clear the callipers more with some offests and then others can be nearer to the caliper yet stick out of the arches more...
Yep. Very seriously looking in to it at the moment. I am looking at getting some decent money to have a garage take it off my hands.