I think you should stick closer to stock offset (45). Especially for the rear, 16/8 et28 with 225 will poke out a bit and may rub occasionally.Hi folks.
Pretty new to the site and looking for some guidance. After some research, we're looking at the below wheel and tyre setup.
Front 15x7 et 35 or 41 with 205/50/15 tires
Rear 16/8 et 28 or 35 with 225/45/16 tires.
My question is, for a stock suspension car, which offset is best and will avoid rubbing ?
Thanks for all advice.