It’s easy to confuse wheel offset and backspacing. Ironically a positive offset pulls the wheel in and a negative pushes it out. So as you can imagine the offset can influence a vehicle’s stance when combined with tire width. Offset and backspacing are important to know when choosing your wheels and tires as well as the fender flares to compliment them. Typically, a negative offset is best suited for Bushwacker Fender Flares since it will fill any additional space the flare creates.
Offset and backspacing are defined as:
Wheel OffsetWheel offset (abbreviated ET) is the distance from the mo... Continue Reading