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Old 01-15-2013, 12:24 PM   #126
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Originally Posted by JokerGT View Post
They are directional so yes it does matter what side they're on. Basically, the tread should be pointing forward. So you should have 2 mounted for the right side, and 2 mounted for the left side.
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Old 01-15-2013, 05:03 PM   #127
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2006 WRX Sedan


OK, I installed them! They look better than I thought they would!

I took her on a small 70mph twisty run and IDK for sure.. but I see this line on the edge of the tire that looks like it could be from hitting my fender lip.. I MAY need to roll my rears.

I turned off the music to try and listen for the rubbing.. but I couldn't hear anything...


The tires poke out 0.1 inch which is exactly what I was going for! Doing U-Turns and regular driving feels the same as OEM(not harder or worse steering) just with less road noise and better stick...(35psi all around)

I am very please with these wheels and tires!

Thanks guys for helping me decide!

Ill post a new thread later tonight of the BEFORE AND AFTER pics.. Ill take a pic of the rubbing as well.. but its too dark out now, so thatll come tomorrow!.
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Old 01-18-2013, 01:02 AM   #128
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ENKEI MAT wheels are good choices.
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