# Degree Offset Calculator

**How to calculate an angle in degrees given rise and run.**

**Degree offset calculator**.
When running pipes or conduits it is common to have to change the run of the line of pipes by using two equal angled elbow fittings see diagram.
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First enter your current wheel width and offset. This length forms the hypotenuse of a triangle whose other sides are the true offset which is the perpendicular diagonal between the pipes and a third measurement called the setback. The visualizer will show the new setup outlined in orange the side by side.

Next click the calculate button. Back to school. Using industry standard pipe angles such as 22 5 45 and 60 degrees you can use any one of the 3 calculator functions to help with your pipe calculations.

The calculator wins hands down. A 45 rolling offset is this length of piping that you need when you use 45 degree connectors the most common connector type. Input your current tire and wheel setup including wheel offset then add the new setup to compare positioning.

Solve the angle of an incline by finding the rise and the run of a line. Degrees tan 1 decimal. Convert rise and run to the same units of measure then divide the rise by the run to find the decimal form.

Use our wheel offset calculator to calculate the difference in wheel and tire position when switching to different wheel offsets backspacing or tire size. Much simpler way of thinking about it. Finally get the inverse tangent of the decimal to find the angle in degrees.