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Old 07-12-2019, 07:15 AM   #3667
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2004 WRX Wagon
Stage 5.1.2a.2


Originally Posted by Deedz View Post
You can get a pretty good idea of related fitment by looking at the post previous to yours. Same size of wheel and the post claims he needs a 20mm spacer to fill out the flare spacing fully. With a 25mm you'd obviously poke out 5mm beyond that example. That 5mm isn't much, but it may be enough that you'd have to shave the flare lip a slight bit. It's going to depend partially on what size of tire you're hoping to fit in there as well. Hopefully someone else can that has an exact set-up can chime in.

Personally I'm currently at the initial stage of fitting/measuring a set of BBS LM wheels in 18x10 +20 with ISC 25mm conversion spacers on my 04 WRX Wagon which has a full JDM STi swap along with the JDM sedan front fenders. Essentially that puts me at -5 offset and with my initial checks I'm seeing possible issues even with only running 265/40/18 tires and I want to run 285's. Needless to say it was stupid of me to not have done the 5x114 STi axles and hubs instead of the 5x100 when purchasing my drivetrain swap. I have a full set of OG Karlton Wagon Flares, but to assist the sedan front end I bought a pair of sedan front flares from Suby Flares.

Also important to note that I also have a set of Project Kics 20mm conversion spacers, but running them requires shortening the main studs which I would rather not do. The studs poke out past the spacers and interfere with the wheel/hub face

Dude. Sell me your wagon flares.
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