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Old 03-11-2010, 07:49 AM   #1
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Hi, I'm pretty new here. Just had a question out there. There's a guy here selling his 2002 stock WRX rims that has snow tires on them. Aha, just getting ready for next year winter I guess, and he's selling them pretty cheap. I'm wondering if it will fit? Any ideas? The offset is +55 which is why I'm worried. But the rim is 16". What do you think?

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I say it'll fit, but it will be far in there. Might rub on the inside.
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unless you're getting them for free, i say pass.
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alot of people have those as snow tires..
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thats why they are snow tires.. they get the beating while your good rims sit at home safe
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thats why they are snow tires.. they get the beating while your good rims sit at home safe

i know that, thank you
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aha wow look horrible! that offset is a bug turn off. thanks for your opinions
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eh it's not that bad. Just needs some spacers.
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who would buy spacers just to make their ride look good for a few months? it's more function over form in the winter anyhow
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