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Offset is measured from the centerline of the rim to the mounting face. Zero offset mounts in the center of the wheel. Negative offset means the mounting face is inside the centerline and the wheel sticks out, positive offset means the mounting face is outside the centerline and the wheel sticks in which is the case for most cars and especially isuzus.

Backspacing is measured from the inside bead to the mounting face.

If your wheels stick out of the well, you could have problems with larger wheels not clearing the fender while turning or bottoming out. I prefer wheels to stick in myself which gives a taller look to the truck plus sometimes you can go taller then.

You can always go to the tire shop and have a few choices test fitted without buying anything. Worked for me!

1996 Rodeo with 3" suspension lift and 265/75R-16.
 
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