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    • Created: 1 year, 5 months ago
    • By anthony sariti

    I am buying new wheels for my 2005 Crossfire ...

    I am buying new wheels for my 2005 Crossfire Roadster. The seller has two different wheels for "staggered fitment" and "standard fitment." But "staggered fitments" is explained here and elsewhere as just a bigger tire in the rear. That is clear and simple. But the seller defines "staggered fitment" as front 18x18, offset 45, rear 19x9.5, offset 35. He describes "standard fitments" as 18x8, offset 45, 19.8, offset 45. This information does not fit in with the way I see "fitments" defined here or anywhere else. Do you know what he is referring to, and which "fitment" I should buy?

    Appreciate any info you can provide me on this. thanks.

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      • Answered: 1 year, 5 months ago
      • By John

      Hi, anthony sariti,For the "staggered fitment",it means not only the rear rims have bigger size than front wheels,but also it have low offset.In this way,when the car turn a corner,it will become more steady and safe.But,in fact.except for BMW,there are seldom car makers recommand buyers to do that.It is not convenience and cost muchSo,For you car.You can take "standred fitment" and it is OK enough.

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      • Created: 1 year, 5 months ago
      • By John

      Hi, anthony sariti,For the "staggered fitment",it means not only ...

      Hi, anthony sariti,For the "staggered fitment",it means not only the rear rims have bigger size than front wheels,but also it have low offset.In this way,when the car turn a corner,it will become more steady and safe.But,in fact.except for BMW,there are seldom car makers recommand buyers to do that.It is not convenience and cost muchSo,For you car.You can take "standred fitment" and it is OK enough.

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