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For a RWD vehicle...
If you are running a 10" rear, what is the offset?
Compared to the standard 18"x7.5"@24, a 10" rim would stick-out by 1-1/4", and stick-in by 1-1/4", using the SAME offset.
With a 10" rim, I should be able to tuck it in more using an offset of 40.
Then, the rim would stick-out by 5/8" and stick-in by 1-7/8" (compared to the 18"x7.5").
There seems to be lots of room on the inside to do this.
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There are different offsetz for a 10" wheel.Most that I have seen for a RWD use anywhere from +13 to +18. A +40 offset is really high meaning it would tuck in more but not fit on a RWD-that would B more suitable to an AWD .If U R lookin to fit or tuck a 10" wheel-I would opt for a +18 or even +20 if a company makes em for our app!!!!!

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Mine are 26x10 and they are +13 offset and they sit in the wheel well with a 255/30/26 tire
 
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