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Old 02-27-2014, 03:26 PM   #1
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KMC KM685 District rims. I love the look but I haven't ever heard of the brand anybody have experience with them? Also is 9.5 the widest I can go in the back without rubbing? And offset wise 28 vs 35 is it that big of a difference?
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The KMC brand is known for pick up wheels and I've noticed they recently started putting a little effort towards cars lately. You might know them for the famous "rockstars" that everyone puts on their lifted vehicles with the silver star on the center cap. As for size and rubbing issues I believe you can run up to an 11 in the back and still be fine.
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if its a positive offset aka +35mm then it puts your rim 35mm away from the hub so it sticks out from the fender a tag bit. I have +30mm offset on mine and they stick out from the fender a little bit but nothing bad. A negative offset tucks the tire/rim into the fender more. The difference between 28 and 35mm is 7mm so that equates to 0.275 of an inch more which is barely more then 1/4 inch that it will stick out more out of the fender or wheel well. Never heard of that brand either. Check the weight on how much each rim weighs it will lower your mpg around city and affect performance some too. Thats why i switched to a lighter rim. BBS and TSW make good strong lightweight forged rims. 20-22lbs each rim is what i would recommend if you race or track the car. My new custom forged rims only weigh 18-19lbs each but i paid mucho $$ for them.
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