2023 Sedona

sedonatires.com 47 Legend Hub Face / Wheel Mounting Surface Wheel Center LOWER OFFSET WHEEL MOVES OUTWARD HIGHER OFFSET WHEEL MOVES INWARD FRONT OF WHEEL Example of +30 / 40mm Example of 0 / +5mm WIDER NARROWER STANCE EXAMPLES EXAMPLES EXAMPLES EXAMPLES EXAMPLES -47mm Offset or [2 + 5] 0mm Offset or [3.5 + 3.5] +5mm Offset +9mm Offset or [4 + 3] +10mm Offset +29mm Offset or [5 + 2] +30mm Offset +40mm Offset or [6 + 1] FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT 7” Wheel 7” Wheel 7” Wheel 7” Wheel 7” Wheel TRUE OFFSET: The measurement from the wheel’s mounting surface to the center line of the wheel. This measurement will be stamped in the back of your wheels as ET. ET is another term used to describe wheel offset. Example: -47mm / 0mm / +5mm / +10mm / +30mm / +38mm / +40mm INDUSTRY OFFSET: Also known as backspacing, is the measurement from the wheel’s mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel. In the ATV/UTV world, backspacing measurement generally looks like this… 2+5, 5+2, 4+3 or 6+1 and may not always be exact. This measurement description roughly indicates how much wheel will be on the inside and outside of the Wheel mounting surface. DISCLAIMER: Please note, offset and or backspacing measurements are determined by the wheel manufacturers. Measurements can vary slightly between wheel brands. This chart is designed to provide you with a general overview and description of wheel offset and or backspacing measurements. Changing from an OE (Original Equipment) offset can cause clearance issues. Check all clearances at all suspension positions before use. *The information and images above are intended for informational use only. Images may not represent exact measurements. FRONT WHEEL OFFSET GUIDE