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Hot!ZZW30 OEM Wheel Offset/s

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2021/03/27 11:16:38 (permalink)
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ZZW30 OEM Wheel Offset/s

Does anyone know the OEM wheel offset/s for a ZZW30 with the 15" front and 16" rear wheel combination.
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    Re: ZZW30 OEM Wheel Offset/s 2021/03/27 17:49:59 (permalink)
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    1999 – September 2002 (facelift cars took over for the 2003 model year starting in September 2002) All Markets
    Front Wheels 
    Width 15″ x 6″
    Offset = et45
    PCD = 4 x 100
    Weight = 14.6 lbs
    Rear Wheels
    Width 15″ x 6.5″
    Offset = et45
    PCD = 4 x 100
    Weight = 15.2 lbs
    Front Tyres (Bridgestone RE040 or Yokohama A043, USE MATCHING SETS)
    185/55/15
    Rear Tyres (Bridgestone RE040 or Yokohama A043, USE MATCHING SETS)
    205/50/15
    commonly recommended replacement tyre options Toyo T1R in stock sizes as above
    September 2002 – End of line All Markets
    Front Wheels
    Width 15″ x 6″
    Offset = et45
    PCD = 4 x 100
    Weight = 14.6 lbs
    Rear Wheels
    Width 16″ x 7″
    Offset = et45
    PCD = 4 x 100
    Weight =
    Front Tyres (Bridgestone RE040 or Yokohama A043, USE MATCHING SETS)
    185/55/15
    Rear Tyres (Bridgestone RE040 or Yokohama A043, USE MATCHING SETS)
    215/45/16
    commonly recommended replacement tyre options Toyo Proxies T1R 195/50/15 Front, 225/40/16 Rear
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    Re: ZZW30 OEM Wheel Offset/s 2021/03/28 13:42:05 (permalink)
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    That's what I thought the offset was. However, I don't understand what's going on with this car. The car currently has 18 x 7.5" wheels all round with an offset of 20 and it has been lowered about an inch. When I measure the front and rear tracks I get 1485 and 1465 mm, respectively. With OEM wheels the front track  is 1475 mm and the rear track is 1460 mm. With the 18 x 7.5" wheels I've calculated that the front and rear tracks should be 1525 and 1510 mm, respectively. Lowering the car can change the tracks but I would think it would increase it. Does anyone know what's going on here?
    post edited by Grechy! - 2021/03/28 21:05:02
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