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So I mounted a set I just picked up and wow....no rubbing non stock setup. Have hit a few bumps but nothing scraping. Can't believe my good fortune. Thought at least I'd have to go a size down, maybe two. I plan to change springs but not lower. Hoping to pick up some Swifts and then add some spacers to the struts to even me back up ot get me close.

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Wheel brand/model: Enkei PF01

Wheel height/width: 17x8

Wheel offset: +45mm

Tire size: 235/55-17

Camber F/R: -1.5-ish / minimal

Lowered?: No, spec.B springs on Bilstein HD struts.

Modified Fenders?: Stock

Miscellaneous Suspension: Seems to ride lower than other stock Legacys, suffers from saggy butt, camber bolts up front.

 

With more rear camber, I think this setup would work. As it is, rears will rub with anything more than 10% throttle. Fronts do not rub at all.

 

Other notes: I think 225/55-17s would work with minimal rubbing, as well as 235/45-17s.

Edited by JF1GG29
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Hi guys and gals. For some reason I am unable to send pics? I'm working on it. Promise. Color- like a tomato soup red? Idk the color code or name. That's my next project. I wanted to make sure I can run 225-45-17's on my stock 7" rim? The reason i ask is i see pictures on here with 225s but with a 7.5 inch rim. Is the stock rim size 7.5 or 7? Also you are positive there will be no tire rubbing or hitting the fender on a bump?

These 215s are too skinny. Great for snow but that's about it.

I have to say the ride is crazy stiff? I had my suspension looked at to make sure nothing was wrong and it was fine. Is the reason BMW can make a suspension stiff and connected to the road and Subi can't strictly a cost issue? I'm running Hankook ventus v2 all seasons on my car which I just purchased. I would say 70% tread left. Man the ride is so choppy I'm going to have to wear a kidney belt. It sounds as if my ball joint is going to bust through the hood. Lol. Well I'm coming from a 2005 Audi A6 3.2 with Continental Extreme Contact 06. Great tire btw. But I know Audi is more comfort oriented. It wasn't the greatest handling car I ever drove but it wasn't a Chrysler K car either. Anyway I digress. So back to my fitment question. No problems? Thnx!!! Love the forum and my turbo!!!

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Hi there!

One more post about wheels.

 

2015-2017

 

Wheels: Rays Gram Lights 57Xtreme

Size: 18x9.5

Offset: +15 front/+10 rear

Tires: Hankook Ventus V12 Evo K110, 215/40

Lowering: Blitz Damper ZZ-R

Camber: About -6

Modified Guards: Rolled

 

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After 2017

 

Wheels: BBS RG-R

Size: 17x7.5

Offset: +35

Tires: Bridgestone Potenza RE-11, 215/45

Lowering: Stock+RSR Ti2000

Camber: About -1.5

Modified Guards: Rolled Guards

 

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Wheel brand/model: Enkei RPF1s (2x Gunmetal/2x Silver)

Wheel height/width: 18x8.0

Wheel offset: +35

Clear Brembos: Yes

Tire size: 235/40/18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S

Camber F/R: -2F - 2R

Modified Guards: N/A

Miscellaneous Suspension: BC coilovers, Whiteline rear camber kit

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Wheel brand/model: BBS Forged 02 WRX option

Wheel height/width: 17x7

Wheel offset: 55

Clear Brembos: No

Tire size: 225/45/17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+

Miscellaneous Suspension: Koni

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