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Old 12-03-2018, 05:45 PM
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I really wanted 17x9.0 +63 this square set up.
But I've seen post that it can rub inner full lock or something.
Is there any square set up wheels that doesn't rub on oem fender with about inch drop?

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No. If you lower the offset then you need to roll the fender. If you run +63 then you will rub at full lock on the inside (and it can still catch the front fender so you need to be careful).
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Also on 255s +63, slight rubbing on inside front wheel well, the right amount of camber and lowering makes it work. Rear I just shaved off some of the bumper.
anyone experimented going to a 245? I always wanted the tc105n +49
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You'll need rolled fenders on 9j +49 with 245/40.
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The TR Motorsports C3 are bulletproof and so cheap you feel like you've stolen them. A bit lighter than stock wheels, even after going square, though not as light as more expensive options.
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Originally Posted by TsukubaCody View Post
You'll need rolled fenders on 9j +49 with 245/40.
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Originally Posted by Kami Speed View Post
Here are the popular 17x9.0 60+ offset options:

Enkei PF01SS 17x9.0 +60
Advan RSII 17x9.0 +63
Advan RZII 17x9.0 +63
Advan RG-D2 17x9.0 +62
Advan RGIII 17x9.0 +63
Volk TE37 SAGA 17x9.0 +61
Volk ZE40 17x9.0 +61
Volk CE28SL 17x9.0 +63
TSW Interlago 17x9.0 +63
TSW Nurburgring 17x9.0 +63
TR Motorsport C3 17x9.0 +62
Any idea which one of these is the most BBK friendly?

Love the look of Advan RSII
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TSW Nurburgring 17x9 +63 are probably the most BBK friendly wheels.

Not the best looking wheels IMO... but good value for money. I wanted a square set up without doing any fender work... and the ability to upgrade to a BBK in the future (ST40).
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
No. If you lower the offset then you need to roll the fender. If you run +63 then you will rub at full lock on the inside (and it can still catch the front fender so you need to be careful).
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Also on 255s +63, slight rubbing on inside front wheel well, the right amount of camber and lowering makes it work. Rear I just shaved off some of the bumper.
anyone experimented going to a 245? I always wanted the tc105n +49
Thanks for the information!
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i've got tr motorsport c3 17x9 +62 with 255 square, stock fenders, lowered on swift spec r springs, and i have no issues at all
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