A negative offset comes into play with the over sized wheels and tires to prevent any rubbing from occurring when turning. A negative offset means the mounting holes are located more towards the inside of the wheel (closer to the golf cart) which effectively pushes the entire assembly outwards from the golf cart. This works wonders and is almost always mandatory for lift-kit installations. The vast majority of 10 and 12-inch golf cart wheels have a negative offset.
The offset of a wheel describes how far from the center the wheel will mount on golf cart’s hub. Typically you’ll have either centered or negative offset golf cart wheels (view diagram). As the name would imply, a centered wheel means the mounting holes are located directly in the center of the wheel and have no offset. Your majority of standard 8-inch steel golf cart wheels have a center mount setup.
Golf Cart Wheels With 8 Spokes - Claw Black
Black Claw golf cart wheels in 10x7 work with low profile golf cart tires
as well as with all our lift kits.
The Black Claw aluminum golf cart wheel has a high quality protective coating
and a -2" offset also known as a 2.5+4.5 offset.
4 wheels -- $259.99 --