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Stock wheel offsets, etc. for Gen 2 RT10

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by flatblack, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. flatblack

    flatblack Enthusiast

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    Im getting a custom set of wheels made and I need to find out what the stock settings are for the wheels, such as the offset from center line, etc.
    Im not for sure what all info I should provide, if any, but I just wanted to find out. The rear wheels may end up having a small lip on them, so I know the rear wheel offset is probably a good concern for that.

    Any info will be really good.
     
  2. Nine Ball

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    Brad,

    Wheels are an expensive purchase. Buy from a vendor that knows what fits a Viper, save yourself the hassle and grief later. We guarantee fitment.

    Tony
     
  3. flatblack

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    The wheels are a gift to me from Forgiato Wheels. If I had a choice, I would probably buy from someone else. But I cant turn down a free set of wheels.
    They may already have this type of info, but I just wanted to find out for myself in case they asked me later.
     
  4. Nine Ball

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    Forgiatto (and any reputable builder) should have this data.
     
  5. JohnnyH

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    What design are you getting? If it was me. I'd consider these. But JMO I guess. Would look good along with that flatblack!

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  6. flatblack

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    JohnnyH, did you post a pic? If so, Im not seeing it. I had a choice a few weeks ago but it didn't seeem to fit the Viper very well. my wheels and side mirrors are gloss black while almost everything else is matte. I wanted to keep the same look but I added some matte black accents on this wheel design.
     

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  7. JohnnyH

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    Yes I did post a pic. I see it. Maybe something weird is going on. It's Forgiato Aggio-ECL. I guess just go to there website and look it up. It's a nice 5 spoke concave wheel in like a matte black color.

    Actually PM sent with the link.
     
  8. flatblack

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    Gotcha, and i see it now. The cool thing with Forgiato is you basically have any color combo you want. And they can paint match almost any finish to match a car. The pics on their site shows a few good options for colors, but they can do basically anything, including carbon fiber wrapped and gold plated wheels
     
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    According to Tirerack, OZ's would have a 50mm offset in front and a 65mm offset in back.
     
  11. flatblack

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    99 R/T 10- I've known about that group buy for a while and would deffinately consider it if I wasn't recieving these wheels as a gift.

    Luisv- thanks for the info!
     

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