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KMC Satin Black 18”s with Hankook AT-M 255/60/18 looking for Passport 20’s.
Im in Seattle area. Only 1000 miles on tires.
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I may be interested. Anyone know how these would fit on the Passport?
The lug pattern should fit I would imagine but would need to know the offset. The wheels that JSport sells in the Pre-Run package are KMC with a 34 offset for example which fit Ridgeline, Pilot, Passport.
 

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Hbower, do you know the offset on these or provide the model number and I can look it up.

bhertz82, I'm still considering the pre-run package but unsure if I want the lift also. These wheels look different than the KMC wheels in the pre-run package.
 

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bhertz82, I'm still considering the pre-run package but unsure if I want the lift also. These wheels look different than the KMC wheels in the pre-run package.
They are different. Just same brand.
 

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Hbower, do you know the offset on these or provide the model number and I can look it up.

bhertz82, I'm still considering the pre-run package but unsure if I want the lift also. These wheels look different than the KMC wheels in the pre-run package.
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I guess I could test fit on an instock unit? I am a sales manager at a Honda Dealer.
 

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Hello, can you or someone explain how the "offset" numbers work in real life?

If the offset is higher than the OEM Rims, does that mean the difference, is how much further the wheels/tires will extend out from the stock wheels/tires?

Meaning if the OEM Wheel has a 38mm offset and you replace them with wheels with a 55mm offset, the new wheels will "stick out" 17mm farther?

What would happen if you replace your OEM Rims with rims that have a lower offset number?

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KM70888052638 is the Part #
stevenD the lower the offset the more the wheel will be flush or outside of the fender. Basically 17mm spacers. You could go to 30mm and still be safe however 33-38mm is more tastful. IMO> Hope this helps.

Are you interested in my wheels and tires?
 

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HBower, I’m interested in an exchange. Shipping the wheels does t make sense, so can you meet halfway somewhere to do the swap? I’m in Southern California.
 
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