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Old 03-18-2011, 03:05 PM
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22x11 w/ -24 offset vs 22x11 w/ -44 offset

How much more will a -44 offset wheel stick out over a -24 offset wheel? Also, a -24 has a 5" lip. What size does the -44 have? The 22x14's w/ a -76 offset are to much, but think the -44's may be perfect.
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the -44 will stick out almost an inch more and that is how much more lip will be on the rim as well
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Ok, that sounds about right. I know a 22x11 -24 wheel has 5" backspace. A -44 would give it 4" back space correct? The 22x14 -76 has 4" back space also. If I'm understanding the numbers correct, the 22x11 -44 would stick out 3" less than what I have now and the -24 would be 4" less? The -24 will give me a 5" lip and -44 a 6" lip.

Which would y'all go with, -24 or -44?
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Old 03-18-2011, 11:35 PM
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-44 all the way go big or go home....
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I called fuel about these (the hostage with -44) and the guy told me they take the -24 offset and I can't remember what he called it but they do something to change the offset but it doesn't change the lip, I asked about the lip and I was told it was the same lip as the -24.
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The fuel wheels come in blanks so you can drill them different lug patterns and mill the hub area to get different offsets they leave extra material there for that so they may start at -44 then mill 20mm off them and make them -24's
Chris
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Thanks guys. That's good info. I'll go with the -24 then. Only reason I wanted the -44 was bc I thought it had a bigger lip. I spoke to 3 different wheel shops and none could tell me.
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gonna look sick man lets see some pics when you get them, I was looking at doing this myself!
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Went Friday to order the wheels. The warehouse is in Houston and will be a month before I can get a set. Thought of ordering from Rimzone, but hate to take a chance if getting a wheel with flaws and have to send it back.
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Yeah I hear ya everywhere is backed up, its worse here in Canada, I ordered some 22x12 Ions and they are 6-8 weeks apparently just got on the boat....
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