The factory offset is 42 I believe. If you go lower, the wheels will stick out further and you run the risk of rubbing on the fenders. If you go higher the wheels will be in further towards the engine and the wheels may rub on the frame when you turn lock to lock. It's a pricey venture to "try" and see if it fits. I used a 35 offset on mine. They stuck out a touch more than factory. But I was fine with that. They look good. If I wouldn't have lowered it.....no problems. But, I dropped it a out 2". So I had to roll the fenders. If you do 20's with a 35-42 offset and just do lowering springs for a 1" drop then all will be fine.Originally Posted by youngjoker69
Here is a link to my build, you can see in the last pics the rims on the car at the current ride height. There is shots from front and back also where you can see the offset. This will give you a bit of an idea.