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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    No. Look at my fenders. They're rolled and pulled. That's with a wheel that's basically the same offset and an inch narrower. Not happening without major fender work, if at all.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    But the other ones would fit at 8.5 et 44

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    That will fit with a considerable amount of effort, yeah. Just built a twin of my wagon with a buddy and put my RC-T4's on his car. Took quite a bit of work - it's easy for me to forget how much small fender work I've done over the last 10 years, lol. Much more drastic all at once.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Bumpin this back up!
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Does this count? 17x8 Rota Torque, et +48
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Good enough in my books since no one it seams like mods our cars but only a handfull of us!
    Now just get some TEIN or BC Coilovers to lower it a little bit.
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    anyone got a pic of a 18x9 +30 setup?

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    this thread is beginning to make me have a thing for wagons...... damn you guys! lol
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    I don't know if 8+48 counts. I mean it's better than most. But lower that can any and you'll really see the difference.

    18x9+30, just look at my car and imagine a 5mm spacer. It should look pretty awesome. Just be prepared to do the work.

    Wagons are awesome, there's nothing wrong with thinking that.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    do u have a side shot?

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    There's a bunch of pics in my Member's ride thread.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    16x8.5 with 205 45s and an offset of 32. Most adapters are 20mm. Do you reckon an offset that low (12) would fit on a bg5? There's a bit of stretch on the tires. Trying to figure out what to run next summer. Might have to redrill these rims if I get them. And also a more general question. What's typically the widest rims that a bg5 could take, 9.5?
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    I'll let you know about the 16x8.5 and the 18x9s in December sometime.

    My wheels would be shipped by then.
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Sounds good. Be glad you don't live in Canada with a lowered car. This is me, yesterday..."Your vehicle is unsafe because the tire COULD rub the fender around corners”

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    And was seen at APex.
    That cop was not a Subaru fan.
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Quote Originally Posted by chromehorn
    This is me, yesterday..."Your vehicle is unsafe because the tire COULD rub the fender around corners”


    Ahhhh, D.W.B. or D.W.Young in Canada... Happens here too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LIMITED
    And was seen at APex.
    That cop was not a Subaru fan.
    Yup, left it there until I could grab new plates. Cop was definately not a fan.
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Oh Noooooes!! Thats HONDA profiling.. geeeez.. did you turn your wheels from lock-to-lock? did it even come close?

    They cant just say "it could" they need proof.

    Besides you can always argue and get M.T.O to come out and argue with you.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Pretty close. 1 finger gap when lock-to-lock. But it never does touch. Just always tucks. Even when he tried to push down on my fender (which I didn't appreciate).
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    That looks awesome.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Quote Originally Posted by aurelius

    I suggested testing other wheels awhile ago, simply because of this.

    That looks sexy! Certain VW wheels work as well, and they are very close to hubcentric.
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    yup Rons car is nice. i think he was selling it though.

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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    what u guys think...18x8 +20, 18x9 +20 too aggressive?

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    You can't run staggered on an AWD. If you want stretch, 18x8 will get you nowhere.
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    You CAN run staggered on AWD since i seen it done but not great for the car or looks, its just you HAVE to run the same Tires front to back if i remember right
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    I'm getting some steelies widened. 16s, but can't decide if I should go 8.5 or 9. Offset will be around 23. Any suggestions?
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    I think anything lower then +35 offset you will be poking "inches", ideal offsets are around 40. I could be wrong.
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    Re: aggresive fitment legacys

    Looking for poke. Looking at mine above. Those rims are a 42 offset and look no where near flush. Rear fenders aren't even rolled. I think I'm gonna get 16x8.5 with a 23 offset made. Then test fit. Work with it if I can, if not, I'll split the steel face and barrel and adjust offset.

    Few minutes of searching, I found this. 22 Offset.
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    I'll post up pics when they happen. But is anyone else running 16x8.5s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matty2Hotty
    You CAN run staggered on AWD since i seen it done but not great for the car or looks, its just you HAVE to run the same Tires front to back if i remember right
    If you run the same tyres you will still have problems due to the stretch decreasing rolling diameter on the wider wheels. Slight differences will ruin your centre diff.

    Quote Originally Posted by chromehorn
    Looking for poke. Looking at mine above. Those rims are a 42 offset and look no where near flush. Rear fenders aren't even rolled. I think I'm gonna get 16x8.5 with a 23 offset made. Then test fit. Work with it if I can, if not, I'll split the steel face and barrel and adjust offset.

    Few minutes of searching, I found this. 22 Offset.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/yokotas13/ ... 361905142/

    I'll post up pics when they happen. But is anyone else running 16x8.5s?
    I don't think anyone is even running non Subaru 16s. 16x8.5 +23 will get you quite a bit of poke and stretch you'd get with 17s and that set up.
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