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OliilO

posted on 3/7/17 at 12:05 PM Reply With Quote
Mac#1 wheel offset

Could anyone confirm what offset wheels fit Mac#1 as standard?

I believe it is et38, as with most things Sierra based, but am not with my car currently and want to order a set of 13 inch wheels.

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Slater

posted on 3/7/17 at 01:08 PM Reply With Quote
Hi, yes you are correct, my MAC#1 with sierra running gear has ET38 offset wheels, as supplied by Mark/Colin.





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OliilO

posted on 6/7/17 at 09:31 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks.

I went to order a set with some tyres, but it turns out that Team Dynamics aren't making ET38 for another 12-15 weeks!

They've got ET35 available though. Is this likely to make any appreciable difference? As far as I can see, it will just move everything outboard by 3mm, so there shouldn't be any clearance issues.

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CosKev3

posted on 6/7/17 at 10:45 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by OliilO
Thanks.

I went to order a set with some tyres, but it turns out that Team Dynamics aren't making ET38 for another 12-15 weeks!

They've got ET35 available though. Is this likely to make any appreciable difference? As far as I can see, it will just move everything outboard by 3mm, so there shouldn't be any clearance issues.


Yeah as you say just check outer tyre to arch clearances and will be fine

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