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Best offset for 97' prelude

Im looking for new rims for my 97' honda i love the deepdish look but dont know much about rims. I want my rear rims to have less offset then my front (if i understand this right). Can someone tell me the right offset i should look for?
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Re: Best offset for 97' prelude

97 honda prelude :P
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Re: Best offset for 97' prelude

Depends on how wide the wheel is. Staggered set ups are lame on a fwd
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Is that what thats called staggered? Ima noob to the car scene so idk all the terms.
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Re: Best offset for 97' prelude

Hmmmmmmm, if only there was a thread that was STICKIED at the top of that respective forum.....



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