Date registered: Aug 2005
Location: Lawrence, KS (USA)
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Originally Posted by octavmach
I would very happy if someone can give me a full explanation of the standard rim code. I found a very good, comprehensive guide for tire codes, but nothing for rims.
Sample rim code
7.00 x 15 ET : 38.0
What I understood up to now out of this code is:
ET: 38.0 -> Offset of 38 mm (the dimension in mm front centre of the rim to the face where the hub bolts to the rim)
15 -> Rim diameter of 15"
What does the 7.00 represent ?!?!
For those interested in the meaning of the tire codes
You could probably get more (better?) answers if you post this in the Tire section of the forum...
Welcome to the board BTW!
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