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Hi all,
I am new to the forum here. I have a 2007 Toyota Solara SLE Convertible. Three of my wheels are bent due to hitting various potholes over the past year as well as hitting a curb. I want to replace these wheels with other wheels of the exact same size so that I can use the tires that I already have (since I just bought them) and so that they do not rub on any other part of the wheel well or hub. I have concluded that the size is 17" x 7", that they 5 lug nuts at 114.5 mm. However, I cannot determine how to measure the offset. I have read multiple threads about which offset they are (some say 45 and others say 50). I just need a definitive answer so that I can replace them seamlessly. Its a BUMPY ride right now.

Thanks in advance,
Dan
 

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Solara's 17X7 wheels are 50 offset.
 

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50mm offset. Its written on the back of the spoke of the rim.

You can probably find a set of 4 OEM Toyota wheels from other Toyota models (Avalon, Camry, Lexus ES, etc) that are the same size. Newer Camry's with 45mm offset shouldn't be a problem either.
 
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