Curious about the design and features of your wheels? Confused by offset versus backspacing? This Carbage video gives you the details about your wheels!
There is more to your wheel than it being the thing that your tires attach to. There are parts designed into each wheel that passenger cars and trucks all use in one form or another. That’s why your wheels are more advanced than you give them credit for. In this video, Carbage Host, Justin Banner, will take you through each part of a wheel and go over some terms and considerations you need to make just before you purchase your next set of wheels.
The Wheels on the Truck. Or Car. Or Whatever.
We’re sure there has been a time or two when you’ve looked at your brand-new wheels, just before your tires were mounted, and thought, “why is it made like that?” Or you’re looking at a set of new wheels and where one manufacturer gives you the offset, another gives you backspacing. How do you compare that and why are either one important? Well, today we’re going to discuss those those features and go into fitment as well has how offset and backspacing relate to each other.
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Yokohama Tire and Vision Wheel
I finally want to say thank you to Vision Wheel for giving us the new 355 Manx II Overland and Yokohama Tire for giving us the Geolandar M/T G003 you see in the video. You’ll see them again in an upcoming video on mounting and balancing wheels and tires just before I mount them to Project 3323. That’s our 2000 Nissan Pathfinder Street Legal Prerunner Project.
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