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Old 10-01-2008, 08:45 PM
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Is there anyway these would fit xB2
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Don't laugh to hard

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I think stag fitment is already too much for the xB2. Why would you want 2 different size? To make it looks like a dragster?
The rims will look good on your car but find something that's going to fit.


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damn those r sick
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if they were all the same size they would be sick!

I LOVE that style wheel
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Originally Posted by sp2
is there anyway these would fit xB2


Look at the 6th picture down in this thread. He's on 17x9 +35 offset. The wheels you've posted will stick out another 1" on the front, and 1-1/4" on the rear.
https://www.scionlife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=231000


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get a widebody kit and you'll be set.

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OK, Thanks CIONIDE
Should just PMd u or titled it CIONIDE please answer haha

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Wait, CIONIDE, where you seeing the 35mm offset

I don't see that anywhere?

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Originally Posted by Aroddalobster
get a widebody kit and you'll be set.

lolz
I would run on my widebody if they were bigger.
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I doubted these would fit nice but i have been wanting these rims for a while and good deal plus I love the wide tire look
But what do you guys think would be the nicest look?

17x8 43mm
18x7.5 43mm
18x7.5 48mm
18x8.5 45mm

Tire Rack says all these would fit but I do have to mention I'm slammed on KSports.

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My friend had these wheel same offset you can machine the back a lot to make them more offset take a lot at the pics he has a STi, he got them to +43 offset.

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what pics cory?
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On the Craig's List link Above, look at the back how there are cut outs like a castle to save weight all that can be shaved off.

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saw these on a RX7 today and i was thinking about getting a set too... but the cost for a new one would be quite high...
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Originally Posted by sp2
wait cionide were you seeing the 35mm offset
i dont see that anywhere
The link I posted above has a different set of 17x9 +35 wheels (not Gram Lights), I just wanted you to see how far they stick out.

You can see the protrusions that Cory is talking about in the craigslist posting. My only worry about milling those down would be the fact that those are where the studs come through the wheels and the lugs mount. It would seem to me that milling those down might sacrifice the integrity of the wheel. Definitely something I would ask Gram Light about. Maybe they designed the wheels with the milling option in mind, so that people could customize the offset. I just don't know, and wouldn't want to suggest it w/o knowing for sure.

All that said, they're still wide wheels (even if you can mill down to a +43 offset as Cory said) to try and slam all the way down with the coilovers. I know at one point Cory had 20x8 +45's and still couldn't drop his coilovers all the way down w/o rubbing.
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damn, i have looked at the gram lights. I want to find some white wheels. these are sick, but i would want only 16 or 17 inch wheels. If they had white gram lights that would fit stock tires i would get them.
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yea i am so geting them when i get $2k
if someone gets these b4 me and they end up dead
i mite be your main suspect
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Wish I had $1200 these would look nice on my ride (240)
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