Types of Staggered Wheels
In the last few decades, custom staggered wheels have made a huge push in popularity within the automotive community. More than ever, you see automotive manufacturers releasing cars with 20” rims as standard. The only issue with the standard 20 inch wheels is that they tend to be on the more conservative side with flat profiles and a sunken wheel look. Custom staggered wheels offer intricate designs, deep concave profiles and aggressive offsets to complement the look of your ride. Our wheels provide wide widths up to 10.5” to give your car that beefy look.
A typical staggered set would be look something like this:
Say you own the brand-new Lexus IS350 F-Sport and you want upgrade the skinny 8” front and 8.5” rear wheels to something a bit more sporty and aggressive. Based on the brake components and available clearance, you know that you can fit larger wheels…because you read this post. You now take a wider 9” wheel and place it up front and replace the rear with a 10” wide wheel. Congratulations, you have successfully applied a custom staggered fitment to your car!