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Old 02-10-2012, 09:30 PM   #106 (permalink)
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yah 205's on an 8.5 isnt a wowe!

looks pretty good though. whats the offset on those wheels again?
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:49 PM   #107 (permalink)
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NVM, i now see that they were 8.5 wide ... for some reason i thought they were wider. Thats not too bad at all.
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+36 offset
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There goes Jimmy showing everyone I cannot read... Again.
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+36 after spacers?
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And got my set up together. Still have to tweak some things, but this is a big step towards the right direction



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omg they look dope.
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ITO, new wheels look great. I'm surprised I haven't seen you around town at all lately.
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Really diggin' the new setup. Used to seeing those wheels on MK4s, but they work really well on the Forester!
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to be honest, with that "license plate delete," it makes me want to debadge the grill...but I'm really unsure. sounds like blasphemy, but I want to.
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dude your rear debadge looks so clean! .. and as for the front.. DEbADGE it! haha

..... the seller of my wheels are lagging on the exchange... ughh


o yeah.. your new set up is PRImE! .. u thinkin of getting bigger spacers in the rear?
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dude your rear debadge looks so clean! .. and as for the front.. DEbADGE it! haha

..... the seller of my wheels are lagging on the exchange... ughh


o yeah.. your new set up is PRImE! .. u thinkin of getting bigger spacers in the rear?
the 17mm won't fit even after the extended studs :p
so im running no spacers in the back...but there is something wrong, cus the rear right wheels is cambered and caved in, and the other side is like flush and perfect, so I gotta figure that out. it was like that with my other wheels also. but i'll have to get adapters for the rear...sooo i have 17mm spacers for sale lol.
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