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    CelicaSupra.com Member pituala's Avatar
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    Something I've wondered, but never asked about. If the P wheels are 14x7, then why does it say 7-JJx14-8 on my wheels?

    Is 7 the width and 8 the offset???

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    Quote Originally Posted by pituala View Post
    Something I've wondered, but never asked about. If the P wheels are 14x7, then why does it say 7-JJx14-8 on my wheels?

    Is 7 the width and 8 the offset???

    Correct sir, people often mistake the 7 as the offset and 8 as the width. Or that the wheel has a negative(-)8 offset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJSREDPRA View Post
    82 - ???? "Van" wheels that look like our P-Type wheels: 14 x 6" +21mm offset (see postings from TerraSupra if you are wondering what they look like).
    Is this the van wheel?
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    Looks like a 15" tire so that would be an '85 L Type wheel, but it's tough to read that sidewall.

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    great job Group A supra , bookmarking that calculator!
    as soon as the width changes so does the offset in order to keep it under the guards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by el paalo View Post
    looks like a 15" tire so that would be an '85 l type wheel, but it's tough to read that sidewall.
    195/60/15

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    Its not a Supra wheel if it looks like a Supra 15" but is 14".
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    also, i have 9's in the front on my car and its on the ground. im sure a wider width up front can be fit no problem. i didn't have to do any sort of hammering. 15x9-13 fits all around with no mods to the car on a P Type. i run 195/50/15 tires as well for reference.

    figured it should be updated

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    Nice suggestion wrote about the rims sizes.I like it so much.Actually i am interested in automotive field but i am new it so its very interesting to know about the new things for me.

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