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Old 05-12-2013, 08:23 PM   #2438
flat4LGT
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Originally Posted by Derek23 View Post
What work would I need? I've read a couple people saying 17x10 wasnt too hard to fit. I pretty much am getting them for free through a straight trade. If it is a must I would do a minor stretch i guess
17x10s aren't horrible to fit on a sedan, but the wagon is 10mm (just under half an inch) narrower than the sedan. You'll need at least -2.5* to -3* of camber, and you aren't likely to be able to get that out of a camber bolt, so you'll need plates that run a couple hundred bucks. You'll need the fenders rolled flat and pulled and probably a 225ish tire that will have pretty significant stretch. I think FD7 is running 18x10s on a wagon, but I don't know the offset. Check into his set up to get a better idea of what you need to fit a 10" wide wheel.

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Was this person talking about a wagon? Because wagons have far less room for wide wheels.
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Year: 2004
model: WRX WAGON
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