Want to change the look and styling of your 2007.5-2016 Dodge 6.7L Cummins? Upgrading your wheels is a simple way to give your truck a whole new look! ZZ Diesel offers aftermarket Cummins wheels from all the top manufacturers in the industry. Follow the information below for some tips on finding a set of Cummins rims and wheels for your Dodge Ram.
Wheel Offset: Offset is the measurement of the distance in the hub mounting surface to the center line of the wheel. See the following examples for a better understanding.
Negative Offset: Negative offset occurs when the mounting surface is behind the wheel centerline. This pushes the wheel out toward the street giving you the “deep dish look”.
Zero Offset: Zero offset keeps the mounting surface at the centerline of the wheel.
Positive Offset: A positive offset puts the mounting surface in front of the center line of the wheel.
Wheel Backspace: Backspacing is the measurement from the hub mounting surface, to the back edge of the wheel typically in inches. This can be measured by putting the wheel face down, and measuring the length from the mounting surface to a straight edge laid across the back.