I cannot remember what is the ET come from but I know that it is the Offset value for the wheels. The bolt pattern for the Coupe is 5 x 108. The offset is 62.2 mm for front and 55.5 mm for rear. I think the center bore is the same as Ferrari at 67.1mm but not sure about this one.niw said:Hi everyone,
I tried searching the forum before I made this post.
What is the ET and what do you call it (holedistance?) for a Maserati Coupé Cambiocorsa 2003 model?
like ET40 and 5x112 ? or what?
the 40mm offset is not right. If you use 40mm offset wheels, the tires may rub the wheel well. Look at my previous reply. The front is about 63mm offset. Now I use 48mm offset front wheels(same width) with no rubbing issue.demoe said:if you go to tirerack.com and select your make and model, select a rim, it will show you what the Bolt Pattern and Offset of your vehicle. tirerack only lists rims which have the same offset as your stock wheel.
the 03 Coupe is listed as having a 40mm offset
pganmol said:the 40mm offset is not right. If you use 40mm offset wheels, the tires may rub the wheel well. Look at my previous reply. The front is about 63mm offset. Now I use 48mm offset front wheels(same width) with no rubbing issue.
Yes, generally speaking you want to keep backspacing constant - you can work out backspacing using the offset and width.demoe said:Per tirerack.com, the 03 Coupe front offset is 55mm and the rear 52mm. i beleive the width of the rim has an affect on the offset. Our cars can take differing widths of wheels