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Old 10-09-2008, 09:59 PM   #1
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Location: Hampton, Va
2006 WRX TR
Steel Gray Metallic

Question I need some info on the 18x9 +35 offset rota g-forces or like rims/tire setups

im having issues with fitting these rims. i have 245/45/18's and their too tall. I rolled my fenders and i still have rubbing issues in the back when i hit bumps. Im saving to buy coilovers but im not sure which ones yet. im looking into getting 255/35/18's tires too if they will clear the coilovers. I just want to know if anyone has a setup similar on there car and what they did to make it fit. what size tires they have, camber, coilovers and pics, etc. thanks for all your help. I just want make sure what i go with will work before i spend the money.
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Old 10-10-2008, 12:02 AM   #2
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FWIW I have 255/35 on an 18x8.5 et 48 rim, and with mildy pulled fenders I do rub over large bumps. RCE yellows on agx's @3 OF 4 in rear. Stock rsb, cobb end links and subframe lock bolts... i cant imagine trying to pull them 5/8ths or more of an inch or more for what youre trying to do. I will suggest a higher offset wheel to fit that size tire, but I assume you want the gtr face look? They look cool, but with out stiff springs, i think it will keep rubbing. . . or just keep pulling the fenders
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Old 10-10-2008, 02:30 AM   #3
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do you think i would rub in a stock wagon with 18x9 g-forces on 245/35 or 235/35? no fenders rolled.
im in the same boat
waitin for coilovers.....im planing on the bc br
i hear they are great for the price
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