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why??? just need a spacer on the shaft to move it over or something to move the driveshaft over and then need to move all the stuff like frame or around it...lol well i think you know what i mean i hope.....hehe.Hollywood said:NOW YOUR TALKING. I LIKE A PERSON WITH VISION!!!!
I guess the center line gives a better idea of the offset as it lines up with the start of the tread pattern on the right. Compare that to the tread pattern on the left and you see how much off-center it really is. I guess the reason it looks so "off" from the edge of the tire in comparison to the outer lines is because as the tire moves "out" on the left, it also moves "in" on the right, making the difference that much more apparent. The "true" offset should be viewed from the center line and compared to the tread pattern I guess.Lamonster said:That picture is not giving you what is really looks like. it has a slight offset but not that much.
I'm sure you can imagine that a line can be drawn from the center of the bike's rear that wouldn't line up with the front if the bike isn't perfectly straight. That would be the case with the pics. The line was drawn from the center of the tail light. Also, given that the front of the bike is farther away from the camera compared to the tail, it would take a lot more of an angle off center to throw the measurements in the rear any significant amount. I'm not sure what the actual offset is, but Lamont says there is an offset. If it's 1/2 inch (as I guesstimate based on the pic) then that is going to add up to 1 full inch more rubber to the left of center as opposed to the right. You see, if you move the left side 1/2 inch more to the left, then the right side also moves 1/2 inch to the left. This means that from the center line, there will be 1 full inch more tire on the left than the right. This is based on a 1/2 inch offset. Obviously more offset means more tire left of center and less means less.ppridgen1 said:well if that's the case,medic, then the centerline of your bike is off to the other side,because looking at your pic the virtical grid lines you drew ,go right of the center on the dash bolt. whereas ,if you move lamonts just a little to the center line he'll be closer to center.......see what I mean????
It's more like an 1/8". Something is screwy with your lines and those pictures Bro. Don't go by that. :Medic1210 said:I'm not sure what the actual offset is, but Lamont says there is an offset.Â If it's 1/2 inch (as I guesstimate based on the pic) then that is going to add up to 1 full inch more rubber to the left of center as opposed to the right.Â Â
The wheel has an offset to the right, the offset is in the hub. I'm going to throw a 300 on the 10" wheel and see if it works, I'm guessing it should but we know that a 280 works for sure. :doorag:joec said:Love the wheel.They really give it a custom look.Just curius why you offset the wheel to the left instead of the right?The right side with the 300 on it has .375"Â clearance and the left side has .25" clearance after modifying the shaft tube.Cross section on the tire is 11".Are you offsetting the wheel with the spacer or the wheel?I am very interested in your wheel kit but need to know how much fabrication work will be needed to mount the 300 or 330 tire on this bike with the 10" or 10.5" wheel.I just like the pro street look.If this bike holds up like it has I will buy another one and build a road racer look out of it.I appreciate your response.