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Old 12-07-2010, 10:12 PM   #1
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I've been searching for a while. Can't find anything on this and I know a fair amount about cars so feel this may be a dumb question.

First of all will SSR Type-F 18"x9" +40 fit?
Second, as long as I stay with the same tire width with a wider wheel, do I have to roll fenders?
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:34 PM   #2
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I've been searching for a while. Can't find anything on this and I know a fair amount about cars so feel this may be a dumb question.

First of all will SSR Type-F 18"x9" +40 fit?
Second, as long as I stay with the same tire width with a wider wheel, do I have to roll fenders?
they should fit fine, theyre going to stick out .25" and 15mm more than your stock setup so its going to be like a half inch which should not present a problem, you can measure to make sure.

you saying that keeping the stock tire should mean no rubbing is not necessarily true its true in this case but if you wanted to run a 18x9 with a 28mm offset it would be an issue.
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Thank you. The base model sti wheels are +48 correct?
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