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Old 01-26-2007, 08:47 PM   #1
chimchimm5
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Default 215/45/17 on 04 STi BBS oem wheels

I know it sounds stupid, but here's my situation:

- I'm getting a set of 04 sti BBS wheels (17x7.5) with no usable tires on them.
- I'm selling my 06 WRX 17" stock wheels (17x7)
- the 215/45/17 RE92s on the WRX wheels have < 2k on them
- I plan on daily driving the BBS wheels for now (I have another set with Goodyear F1's I'm using)
- resale RE92 is abysmal
- I can't buy a set of new tires at this time

So for about $80, I'm thinking of having the RE92's transfered from the WRX wheels to the STi BBS wheels. Besides being smaller than the STi stock 225/45/17's, is there any concerns with doing this?
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Old 01-26-2007, 08:53 PM   #2
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I don't see why there'd be any problems with that..sounds just fine
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