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Old 02-20-2013, 05:18 PM   #1926
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year:2006
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wheel model:Rota G Force
wheel size/offset: 18x9 +25
tire size:225/40/18
suspension:bc coils
alignment: idc
fender mods: Do I NEED any?
spacers: yes/no? size? no

looking at buying these wheels but didnt know if they would require fender modifications. I love the aggressive/stanced look what would I need to do for that? TIA
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:34 PM   #1927
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year:2006
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wheel size/offset: 18x9 +25
tire size:225/40/18
suspension:bc coils
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fender mods: Do I NEED any?
spacers: yes/no? size? no

looking at buying these wheels but didnt know if they would require fender modifications. I love the aggressive/stanced look what would I need to do for that? TIA
Yes you will need fender mods. Those tires are going to REALLY be stretched on there, why not go wider and higher offset to have it fit well?
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:49 PM   #1928
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I saw pictures of the wheels and tires and they dont look that stretched. What kind of fender mods would I need?
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Old 02-21-2013, 12:35 AM   #1929
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Always thought any of the 2002 to 05' models would look cool with a set of those older OZ racing wheels. you know the white ones you see on some old school rally cars?anyone got any photos or info on their fitment? only seen a few wrx's online with them....

http://www.bmsc.com.au/forums/attach...-oz-wheels.jpg
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:59 AM   #1930
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Tein coilovers.
Which Teins? How low do you plan on going? A lot of factors
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:25 AM   #1931
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Default '08 STi. 949's 6ULR race wheels in 6ULR 17" x 9" +48

year: 2008
model: STi five door
wheel model: 949 6ULR race wheels
wheel size/offset: 17" x 9", +48
tire brand/model: Toyo R-888
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suspension: lowered on BC BR coil-overs w. 6K/8K springs, Whiteline 24mm sway bars, 2011+ lower control arms in the front. Full complement of Whiteline bushings.
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:59 AM   #1932
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Year: 2006
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Wheels: Rota grid or TE37
Wheel size: 17x9 5x114 +42
tire brand: DON'T KNOW YET
tire size:245/40/17
Suspension: Tein basis coilovers
Alignment: NOT YET
fender mods: WOULD I HAVE TOO?
Spacers: don't want to.

Just wondering if I would need finders rolled and if this set up gives it a pretty good flush look? Thanks guys.
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Old 02-21-2013, 12:00 PM   #1933
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Year: 2006
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Wheels: Rota grid or TE37
Wheel size: 17x9 5x114 +42
tire brand: DON'T KNOW YET
tire size:245/40/17
Suspension: Tein basis coilovers
Alignment: NOT YET
fender mods: WOULD I HAVE TOO?
Spacers: don't want to.

Just wondering if I would need finders rolled and if this set up gives it a pretty good flush look? Thanks guys.
did you bother searching? this fitment has been covered literally 10000 times.
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Old 02-21-2013, 12:28 PM   #1934
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I saw pictures of the wheels and tires and they dont look that stretched. What kind of fender mods would I need?
Did you bother looking through this thread at all? That'll give you a general idea of what's necessary.

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Always thought any of the 2002 to 05' models would look cool with a set of those older OZ racing wheels. you know the white ones you see on some old school rally cars?anyone got any photos or info on their fitment? only seen a few wrx's online with them....

http://www.bmsc.com.au/forums/attach...-oz-wheels.jpg
We need wheel specs to let you know about their fitment.
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Old 02-21-2013, 12:30 PM   #1935
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did you bother searching? this fitment has been covered literally 10000 times.
No I have not. Not to familiar with this site. But if u don't want to help then don't say nothing please. Thanks!
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:25 PM   #1936
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[quote=nhat;39195287]Did you bother looking through this thread at all? That'll give you a general idea of what's necessary.



yes I did actually.... And out of all these pages I havent found anything on the setup I posted about. You are correct in that fender modification info is here but how am I supposed to know if it is going to need a roll/pull or both? (point of thread) Hence my question.....
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Old 02-21-2013, 02:12 PM   #1937
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No I have not. Not to familiar with this site. But if u don't want to help then don't say nothing please. Thanks!
You being a retard isn't an excuse. That question has been covered. If you can't find the answer, you shouldn't be modifying your car.

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yes I did actually.... And out of all these pages I havent found anything on the setup I posted about. You are correct in that fender modification info is here but how am I supposed to know if it is going to need a roll/pull or both? (point of thread) Hence my question.....
Any 9" +25 wheel information will work for what you need.

You obviously haven't read the offset thread, or even more than the first post in this thread.

If you need to be spoonfed information, modifying cars is NOT the hobby for you.
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Old 02-21-2013, 02:15 PM   #1938
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year: 04
model: WRX Sedan
wheel model: Rota DPT
wheel size/offset: 17x9 ET35 or ET42 ???
tire brand/model: Bridgestone RE760 Sport
tire size: 245/40/R17
suspension: 05 OEM STi w/ RCE Yellow springs (05+ STi hubs)
alignment: no camber
fender mods: rear fender inner ledges are cut down to about 1/4 inch
spacers: No

I basically don't know which offset to choose between 35 and 42 but want the widest stance possible without rubbing... please help!
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+42 is better, but you still probably need to roll all around.
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Would a 17x9 +42 require a pull and camber plates as well?

Thanks man, really appreciate your help!
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17x9 +42 w/ 255's would fit with a roll all around if lowered.

You'd probably want to invest in some rear camber bolts as well ($30-50).
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year: 2006
model: WRX
wheel model: Either Enkei RPF1s or Rota Grids
wheel size/offset: RPF1s: 17x9 +35 / Rota Grids 17x9 +42
tire brand/model: Hankook Ventus V12
tire size: 245/40/17
suspension: RCE Black Springs with Tokico Struts
alignment: willing to dial in some negative camber
fender mods: willing to roll fenders, unsure about pulling
spacers: no

So I've read and read and read some more, and I THINK I know what I need to run either of these setups, but still a little uncertain, so I figures I would turn to the fitment gurus in this thread. As far as I can tell both of these setups will fit with the rear fenders rolled, but my question concerns the offset. I am looking at the Rotas due to price and the higher offset, but I would prefer to run the Enkeis if at all possible. Would I be able to get away with just the rear fender roll, or would I have to pull also considering the lower offset?

Also, I have read a lot on here that lower offset isn't as detrimental as some people would say it is, but would this in any way sacrifice handling, or put unnecessary wear on 5x100 lugs during hard cornering? (If only the new RPF1s would come in a higher offset )
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the +35 will require a roll all around, and a slight pull in the rear depending on ride height.

as far as camber adjustment...you need more than stock for both setups. the +35 will pretty much require camber plates, but the +42 could get away with just bolts.

the +42 and 245's should fit easily with just a rear roll.
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year: 2003
model: WRX sedan
wheel model: Undecided, either enkie rpf1 or Mach V Awesome
wheel size/offset: 17x9 +42 (Mach V), or 17x8 +45(Enkie)
tire brand/model: Michelin Pilot Super Sport
tire size: 245/40r17
suspension: Lowered on RCE Yellow's/ Tokico D-spec struts.
alignment: Going to try for -1.5 f, -1 r. I have camber bolts for the rear if need be.
fender mods: none yet.

What kind of work would be needed to make either of these fit? I Wouldn't mind doing fender work.

I would prefer to go with the Awesome's because a 245 tire is a little big for an 8" wheel but if it would cause too many problems I would probably just go with the rpf1's.

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You'll need to be super low for it to work, and a smaller tire than a 235. You'll want a 225/40. Several people have fit these. you'll be buying new tires every year or so.

Being low enough to pull this off visually and saying "is it to aggressive" is subjective. You'll scrape on everything, and rub on every corner. Your car will become a 2 seater.

Is it worth it to you?

Oh and works but BC's? Lol.



Pretty aggressive fit for a GC. Roll all around plus possible rear pull depending on camber.



245 is not too big for an 8" wheel. Probably need a bit more camber with the 9's. You'll also need to roll the rear with the 9's and 245's.

The enkei will be a bit lighter.
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year: 2007
model: WRX sedan
wheel model: Rota Grid
wheel size/offset: 17x9 +42
tire brand/model: Probably Conti DWS
tire size: 245/40/17
suspension: Swift Sport springs, ~1.2" front, ~0.8" rear
alignment: Stock camber ranges preferable, but can go a little negative front/back
fender mods: will be rolled all around

Any comments on tire size and fitment?
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Running the same on my Bugeye, except with 245/40/17 Star Specs (wider than Conti's in 245). I'm lowered on Mach V springs/stock camber. Just roll the rears.
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Sup fellas I'm new here and looking into some wheels and wondering about the fitment... I want wheels to be aligned with the fenders sorta flush!
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17x9+42 or 18x8.5+48
tire size: 235/40?
suspension: apexi coilovers
fender mods: hopefully not maybe a roll?
spacers: no
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17x9 +42 will require a rear roll, 18x8.5 +48 won't. You can figure out which one is more flush to the fender knowing that.
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yes I did actually.... And out of all these pages I havent found anything on the setup I posted about. You are correct in that fender modification info is here but how am I supposed to know if it is going to need a roll/pull or both? (point of thread) Hence my question.....
Got all that from a quick search. The only difference is that you can't roll the rear fenders on the '05-07 STi, the lip on the rear fenders needs to be ground down. Only the rear needs to be modified, front can be left untouched.

Start with a roll (or trim), then go from there. 17x9 +42 doesn't necessitate a pull nor does 17x9 +39 with a 255/40/17 and stock rear camber.
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funny. look at who most of those responses are from.

and people say I'm not helpful.
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:47 PM   #1940
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i posted and no one has helped me out....

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im planning on getting 225/40/18 Federal 595SS tires. what are you guys' input on this? i want the fender to sit right above the tire so i have no wheel gap. i know i might have to slightly pull my rear fenders. im going to get my alignment done as well; i need to get new tires.

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You won't have to pull any fenders to fit a 225/40/18 stretched on an 18x9.5 +38. You'll have to go lower than having the fenders right above the tires in order for this to not look silly.
so if i were to go lower than i would need to pull my fenders correct? (tucking a little tire) would i not have to pull my fenders if i were to get a 235/40/18 with the fender sitting right above the tire?
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:57 PM   #1941
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so if i were to go lower than i would need to pull my fenders correct? (tucking a little tire) would i not have to pull my fenders if i were to get a 235/40/18 with the fender sitting right above the tire?
noone can give you the answer you are looking for. fitment depends on WAY too many factors for us to give you a clear cut answer.

buy the setup thats already been suggested. you'll need to buy tires again at some point. figure it out then if you want to go wider or not.
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Old 02-22-2013, 12:46 AM   #1942
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year: 03
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wheel model: BBS STi
wheel size/offset: 17x8.5JJ ET48
tire brand/model: Continental ExtremeContact DW
tire size: 235/40/17 OR 235/45/17
suspension: ST coilovers (lowered as little as possible, likely 1")
alignment: no camber
fender mods: none
spacers: No

... would these fit?

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Old 02-22-2013, 01:16 AM   #1943
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year: 03
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wheel size/offset: 17x8.5JJ ET48
tire brand/model: Continental ExtremeContact
tire size: 235/40/17 OR 235/45/17
suspension: ST coilovers (lowered as little as possible, likely 1")
alignment: no camber
fender mods: none
spacers: No

... would these fit?
17x8.5 sti bbs? Pretty sure those dont exist.
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:55 AM   #1944
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17x8.5 sti bbs? Pretty sure those dont exist.
Thanks for your help on fitment...

the wheels in question are really rare, from a 22b STi.
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Old 02-22-2013, 01:18 PM   #1945
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year: 03
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wheel size/offset: 17x8.5JJ ET48
tire brand/model: Continental ExtremeContact DW
tire size: 235/40/17 OR 235/45/17
suspension: ST coilovers (lowered as little as possible, likely 1")
alignment: no camber
fender mods: none
spacers: No

... would these fit?
Stick with 235/40.

Lowered as little as possible is not 1". A 1" drop on our cars is significant.

You want some negative camber. Not sure why people think they want 0 camber.

You'll need to roll the rear fenders at a minimum. How much depends on your alignment.
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Old 02-22-2013, 01:23 PM   #1946
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wheel size/offset: 18x9.5 +40
tire brand/model: BF Goodrich KDW2
tire size:265/35/18
suspension: ISC coils with rear camber plates and camber bolts
alignment: Willing to adjust camber as needed
fender mods: None, willing to roll and pull if needed
spacers: none

I'm just looking into these wheels, I haven't purchased them yet.
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Stick with 235/40.

Lowered as little as possible is not 1". A 1" drop on our cars is significant.

You want some negative camber. Not sure why people think they want 0 camber.

You'll need to roll the rear fenders at a minimum. How much depends on your alignment.

Sorry, that was a copy \ paste that i left the camber portion in, it should have read 'stock' / whatever is required for the ST.

I beleive the ST Coils say the highest setting is 0.8", but i figured there's be some settling in on the springs and it'd drop to 1". As my car sits it's stock suspension. I'm guessing they'd fit stock? I think i'd work the suspension around these wheels, not the other way around.
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year: 2004
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wheel size/offset: 18x9.5 +40
tire brand/model: BF Goodrich KDW2
tire size:265/35/18
suspension: ISC coils with rear camber plates and camber bolts
alignment: Willing to adjust camber as needed
fender mods: None, willing to roll and pull if needed
spacers: none

I'm just looking into these wheels, I haven't purchased them yet.
Roll and pull the rear. How much depends on the alignment.

Front can be left untouched but you'll rub at full lock with the 265.

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Sorry, that was a copy \ paste that i left the camber portion in, it should have read 'stock' / whatever is required for the ST.

I beleive the ST Coils say the highest setting is 0.8", but i figured there's be some settling in on the springs and it'd drop to 1". As my car sits it's stock suspension. I'm guessing they'd fit stock? I think i'd work the suspension around these wheels, not the other way around.
What do you mean whatever is required for the ST? You determine the alignment specs.

0.8" what? You don't adjust the springs for ride height, you adjust the collars. The springs are a set length.

You'll rub with the stock suspension. You have some misconceptions that need to be addressed.
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Roll and pull the rear. How much depends on the alignment.

Front can be left untouched but you'll rub at full lock with the 265.

Thanks for the help.
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wheel size/offset: 18x9 / 5x100 / E35 / 73
tire size: 255/35/18 Hankook V12
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fender mods: no
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I would like this set up, wondering if any mods would be needed. Thank you.
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