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Old 08-12-2006, 11:37 AM   #1
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Default HELP- Ordering Wheels Today- Need offset for 02 Trans Am

First before you jump down my throat and tell me to do a search, I need your Help all mighty LSx Gods.......TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am ordering a set of (2)17x9.5 and (2)17x11 TTII's from TomZWheels TODAY!!!!!!! I own a 2002 Trans Am WS6. What would be the CORRECT OFFSET and Backspacing for the rims (275 tires front and 315 back obviously) I know the offset for a camaro is something like +46??? However I need it for a Trans Am and have heard its different, around +50 or +56. I do plan on lowering the car within the next year and will be getting a PHB and possibly LCA's so I dont know if that affects it or not. So please Help me and give me your info. FYI- I have done a search with the sticky in the top of this section however I would like a more positive answer/feedback. Thank you very much!
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First before you jump down my throat and tell me to do a search, I need your Help all mighty LSx Gods.......TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am ordering a set of (2)17x9.5 and (2)17x11 TTII's from TomZWheels TODAY!!!!!!! I own a 2002 Trans Am WS6. What would be the CORRECT OFFSET and Backspacing for the rims (275 tires front and 315 back obviously) I know the offset for a camaro is something like +46??? However I need it for a Trans Am and have heard its different, around +50 or +56. I do plan on lowering the car within the next year and will be getting a PHB and possibly LCA's so I dont know if that affects it or not. So please Help me and give me your info. FYI- I have done a search with the sticky in the top of this section however I would like a more positive answer/feedback. Thank you very much!

It's the same for the TA. 46mm and 45mm.
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