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Old 03-11-2004, 07:15   #1 (permalink)
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BA Offset range and lug pattern?

What type of range of offset can fit on the BA? And what is their lug pattern diameter?

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Re: BA Offset range and lug pattern?

PCD is 5 on 4.5" (114.3mm) as Falcons have always been.

Offset is a function of wheel width, though on AU/BA it is greater than earlier Falcons. The critical dimension is the wheels backspacing which stays more-or-less constant regardless of width to stop the wheel/tyre fouling on the suspension components.

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Re: BA Offset range and lug pattern?

I thought offset was 0 (zero) in the BA, and +20 on the E-series
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Re: BA Offset range and lug pattern?

No mate, the E series are closer to the center.
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Re: BA Offset range and lug pattern?

On an 8" rim, the offset on an e-series is between 0 and 6mm. The AU is more like 38mm.
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Re: BA Offset range and lug pattern?

Thanks JC, i new the AU was 38, but wasnt sure of teh E series offset.
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Thanks for the info.
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