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About to pull the trigger on some 20x10 Stance Sf07 Wheels all around and talked to the guy there and he told me they either make the offset towards whatever car they are going on, or they go off whatever custom offset you ask. With that being said I wanted more of a concave look and the deepest I would go is a +40mm offset but I wanted to know if that would be fine up front without spacers. If not what about +38mm? Main thing is I’m not a fan of spacers and would rather stay away from them
 

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About to pull the trigger on some 20x10 Stance Sf07 Wheels all around and talked to the guy there and he told me they either make the offset towards whatever car they are going on, or they go off whatever custom offset you ask. With that being said I wanted more of a concave look and the deepest I would go is a +40mm offset but I wanted to know if that would be fine up front without spacers. If not what about +38mm? Main thing is I’m not a fan of spacers and would rather stay away from them
You can go up to +32 square so the +40 can fit
 

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Here are my SF07's for some reference

20x10 +35

20x11 +50

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Those are sexy as hell and one of the wheels that I was going to go with until I got my F14s.
 

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Yea, everything cleared easy. The fronts are reaaaaaal tight on the hubs, takes a little effort to get the on and off. But they clear just enough with no spacers.

Tires are 275/35 and 315/35 Conti Extreme Contact DW.
 

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Im sorry idk much about offsets...isn’t the +40 deeper? Or is it the other way around
So the lower the offset the more the wheel is pushed out. So if you take the same wheel and have one with a 40 offset and another with a 35, the +35 will push the wheels out more. But you have to be mindful that offsets have to clear the brake calipers.
 

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Several people run +32 to 40 all around for a square set up
 

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Yea, everything cleared easy. The fronts are reaaaaaal tight on the hubs, takes a little effort to get the on and off. But they clear just enough with no spacers.

Tires are 275/35 and 315/35 Conti Extreme Contact DW.
If I do +40 offset instead of +35 as you have will it be tight or better?
any rubbing with these wheels?
 

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I probably wouldn't do any tighter (higher) than a +35. I think a +40 would get close to rubbing, if not already hit. I have no rubbing with these wheels, they've been great.
 

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