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Unread 04-17-2015, 10:21 AM   #11
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just put 14" on an ezgo txt with no lift

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Unread 04-17-2015, 11:08 AM   #12
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Nice looking ride, paintdude!
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I like that paint job! Also like the wheels, cool cart.
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Unread 04-17-2015, 12:29 PM   #14
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thanks guys I do all my paint work but the wheels are fairway sixer with 205x30-14 with a -20mm offset I have another cart with 26x9-12 front and 26x11-12 back
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I think is important to tell the rim width to put the offset into perspective.

Those rims are 6.5" wide so the -20mm offset puts it at the same outside limit as the OEM rims/tires (8" wide and centered offset).
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Been searching for new wheels and tires for my 2010 Precedent and want to go with 205/30-14 on 6 or 7" wheels. There are only a few choices in black but all have different offsets and claim to fit Club Car. Talked to a couple of sponsors and am getting conflicting information. Some say lift is a must because the tires are "huge". Others say stock is fine because with this tire, the diameter is nearly the same. I've seen that tire listed as 19.75" even though it calcs out just under 19. One guy even told me that offset does not matter because I could use spacers.

ITP Hurricane are my first choice. I'd like to fit them under the fenders like the stockers but the 5+2 offset is much more positive. Madjax Nitro are a 3+4 negative offset. A small lift block like Jake's would be fine but I do not want to lift this cart.

Does anyone have 205/30-14 on a stock or close to stock Precedent suspension?
This company has done several CC Precedents on 14's. They have details on builds on how they installed them and what they did to make them fit. Most of the non-lifted carts had the cable chase removed or modified to make them fit.

http://www.sccarts.ca/
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This company has done several CC Precedents on 14's. They have details on builds on how they installed them and what they did to make them fit. Most of the non-lifted carts had the cable chase removed or modified to make them fit.

http://www.sccarts.ca/
I have talked to them and they were reluctant to divulge all of their "magic" but they did give me some good info. Still, it conflicted with what other vendors said about the same tire/wheel combo.
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the rims are 14x7 with -20mm offset with 205x30-14
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the rims are 14x7 with -20mm offset with 205x30-14
Everything I see on line for the FA134 Sixer say 14x6.5"
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Check these out also, most are 6 or 6 1/2" rims.

http://cocomponents.com/dealer/fa140-flex-chrome/
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