24/26 Offset?

Discussion in 'Tires and Wheels' started by billyblanco, Jun 12, 2016.

  1. billyblanco

    billyblanco New Member

    I'm new here, so I'm sorry in advance if this subject has been beaten to death. I stumbled upon the forum looking for wheels that would fit my bagged 2011 Chevy Silverado. Been searching with no luck. Seems like I can't find a solid answer, or get mixed responses that contradict each other. What I'm trying to find out and hoping maybe someone here could help me with is; what offset and back spacing will I need to tuck a 24 or 26x10 or 24/26x9.5 inch wheel? No Billets. Don't want to narrow rear. Thanks.
  2. ridegreen78

    ridegreen78 New Member

    What do billets have to do with narrowing your rear end? Billets are made to order so you can have whatever size and backspacing you want. Plus they look much better IMO
  3. Tukn4s

    Tukn4s Well-Known Member

    Firstly offset and backspacing tell you the exact same thing, it is just traditionally cast wheels use offset and forged/Billet wheels use backspacing.

    If you are not wanting to run billets then you will want to looking for the following for just bagged
    26x10 +30mm (6.68" backspacing) or greater
    26x9.5 +25mm (6.23" backspacing) or greater

    Which ever way the manufacturer classifies the position of the hub face, if you go less than these numbers, you will be in for rubbing issues.
  4. Oktain

    Oktain Canuck Admin Staff Member

    I was really hoping to see that you chimed in when I opened this thread Brett :happeh: lol

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