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post #1 of 48 Old 10-04-2005, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Lets Talk offsets !!! my friends

Please post what rims, width, size and what offset you have on your echo ...

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17x7 Racing Hart C2 (+40mm ) with 215/40-17 2" Drop


14x6.5 Weds Sport RS5 Competition wheels (+35mm) with 195/60-14 3"Drop


14x7 Panasport Pro-Rally (+38mm) with 205/55-14 4" Drop


15x7 5Zigen GTN Pros (+42mm) with 205/55-15 4"Drop


15x6.5 in the front and 15x6 in the back ( +40mm) with 205/50-15 in the front and 195/50-15 in the back... 4" drop


15x8 all around with 2.25" Lip in the front and 2.75" Lip in the back. with 205/55-15 all around... (+25mm A disc in the front and +23mm 0 Disc in the rear) 4" drop


15x8 Sport Max 002's (+0mm) 3.5" of lip all around with 195/50-15all around 4"drop

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I like the ones in the third pic down, I want a set on my Echo but I'll wait till spring.

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Definitely 3rd pic down!
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What's an offset? Sorry I'm just learning cars.
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A wheel offset is the amount of space, usually expressed in milimeters, from which the part where the lugs attach to the car, is from the center of the wheel.

When you look at the pics above, notice how the depth of the center of the wheel differs in each picture. That is offset.
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I will have Enkei RSV 17x7's with Ecsta MX 205/40YR/17's with a +40mm offset (factory lowering springs) - however this is for a Yaris...should be very similar for you (this was the same as what was acceptable on the previous generation of Corollas as well...I used to own a 2000 Corolla).

I will try to remember to update this thread when I have them on the car. The wheels are on order and will be arriving in a few weeks.

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Any rubbing problems, etc. with running wider tires on the Echo? I'm looking at getting some summer wheels for my car.

Thinking of going 205. Nice to see that 215s fit. Was rolling of the fenders necessary?

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Here are some sizes and offsets for the newer chassis NCP91 Yaris...

13x7.5 +25 Lenso VPD with 205/60/13 RA1's and 4" drop


15x7 +35 RS-Watanabe Cyclones with 205/50/15 RA1's 3" drop


15x7 +35 Compomotive MO's with 195/50/15 ES100's 3" drop


16x8 +25 front & +18 rear AME Shallen LX with 195/45/16 595's 4" drop


17x7 +38 Racing Hart CP-035 with 215/45/17 RT-615's 2" drop
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I haven't tried yet but I think I may stuff my yellow first gen miata 14"ers with the Hoosier 205/14s on them for autoxing

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Where can I find these rims in Toronto?

http://www.canadiandriver.com/galler.../00-05echo.htm
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2009 yaris offset options

Just got a 2009 Yaris and i'm wondering if a set of 16x7 inch konigs with a +40 offest will fit without any problems. It hasn't been lowered but I don't want to put spacers in or anything like that. HELP!!!
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Just got a 2009 Yaris and i'm wondering if a set of 16x7 inch konigs with a +40 offest will fit without any problems. It hasn't been lowered but I don't want to put spacers in or anything like that. HELP!!!
you wont need any spacers ... +40 should be close to stock

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Apparently It's +45 Stock But The Boys At Toyota Are Telling Me I Might Have To Worry About Rubbing While Cornering. Are They Mistaken? Or Are They Just Trying To Cover Their Asses?
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