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Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by ruredi, Sep 11, 2016.

  1. ruredi

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    Still seems broken... perhaps it's just me though.

    Considering the SF06's now. Did a quick photoshop and they look better than I expected.
     
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    That's flat out wrong, any basic offset calculator will tell you that. It would also be damn pointless to measure it in mm otherwise.

    It's how far the hub face sits from the centreline of the rim, one complete number across the full width of the rim, bead to bead.
     
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    Picture should be working now man...
     
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    Hi

    I just cashed out on a set of SF06 20x9 and 20x10 deep concave - tire shop has suggested may need guard skim. Got to wait till next month for them to get made and get her (NZ).

    @AVGJO3 - Pic not working for me still mate, am keen to see how the look on your wagon.
     
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    SF06's aren't too bad at all... 20x10 +32 and 20x11 +43

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    Ok Im in love! Only problem is now I think I should have gone 10s and 11s. Awesome looking Senator mate!!!!
     
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    Here is another attempt yet again to make the picture work...let me know...

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    20 x 10 is not deep concave man...only 'Concave'. 10.5" and 11" are deep concave!

    I've got the 10" rear, had the guards skimmed and they haven't scrubbed once!
     
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    mitchy_ - Senator looks the tits! I really did want to go the 11" rear but I didn't want stretched tyres more! I also didn't want scrubbing issues! What tyres are you running and is your car bagged?
     
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    275's on the rear, 255 up front. Yes it is bagged, so really I can just set a height where it doesn't rub for normal driving. (Which is a decent amount higher than with the 22's on it)
     
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    do you have pics from the rear, showing how it sits in the guards, full back view and a rear down the body shot please.
     
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    Are you asking me or mitchy_?
     
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    Your thread isn't it, currently have a phantom z series ve and soon to be vf red line wagon, so pretty keen to see how it looks, as aposed to just getting a set of HF20s fitted
     
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    I'll grab some pics for you tomorrow man. Wasn't sure who you were talking about because Mitchy had also posted photos...
     
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    Cheers, nope all you, no offense to mitchy but not a fan of the slammed look, unless it's on an old impala etc.

    I like your way of thinking, wagon practical but low stance, no stretched tyres, dished, full guards....


    Your wagon looks **** hot, well done.
     
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    Man those look awesome. Is that 20 x 10 + 35 all round? That's exactly what I'm after. Although the wheels I'm looking at are blanks so I can change the offset slightly if you think that would help? Will be also running 245's as well. Thanks
     
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    Yer he has +35 all round in the deep concave, needed a 3 mm or 5 mm spacer on the front to clear brembos
     
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    I don't have that issue luckily. Just stock brakes..for now. I could always make the fronts +30 then and would be the same wouldn't it?
    Thanks for getting back to me. Just purchased these in 20 x 10 all round
    http://www.autocraze.com.au/store/w...8-5-5x120-matte-black-wheel-tyre-package.html
     
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    Luckly you can always much around with spacers/ tyre stretch and camber
     
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    Yeah not overly keen on doing the spacers route. Have just been told that with the custom offset they don't have any blanks until feb next year so will play around abit with that willtheyfit calculator and get it just right... or how I want anyways
     

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