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Gazzor said:
Fairly sure it is ET38 :)
Thanks for the reply - what does ET mean?

I am trying to see if there is a difference between the Team Dynamics Buccaneer wheels I used to have and the new TME ones as the tyres are rubbing on the bodywork at the back.

I had 215/45s on the TD's but have 225/45s on the TMEs. I'm hoping that I can put the old 215/45 tyres onto the TMEs to cure the problem but was advised to check the wheel offset as well!

The Team Dynamics offset is listed as 38 - there is no "ET" so if you could let me know if it's important that would be great!

Cheers

Bill :)
 

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madgerald said:
Thanks for the reply - what does ET mean?

The Team Dynamics offset is listed as 38 - there is no "ET" so if you could let me know if it's important that would be great!

Cheers

Bill :)
Don't know what it stands for but that is what they use to measure offset so 38 is the same as ET38 ;)
 
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