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Old 08-20-2018, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by DanielZan View Post
OK,

So I re-read the whole thread and did some research. I am going to go most likely with staggered:

17x9+60 (rear)
17x8+50 (front)

I will eventually run 225/255 tires, but for now I will use my stock 215/245 tires until they run out. The car will see mild street use (not daily driver).

If any of you experts see something wrong with my planned set-up above, please let me know!!!
Thats what I did but I did the SS on the rear and am running 225/255

I did this setup so I wouldn't have to roll fenders or anything and it works perfect even at the track this past weekend!
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Old 08-25-2018, 02:04 AM
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are you stock height?
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Old 09-03-2018, 01:29 PM
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Does anyone know of another center cap that will fit the 17" PF01? I bought mine used, so didn't get any center caps with them. All I can find is that they're like $40 each if I bought the Enkei caps new. That's half of what the wheels cost me.
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Old 10-24-2018, 11:41 AM
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Thinking about pulling the trigger on these wheels as well, and have been driving myself crazy with fitment questions. Would I be safe going 17x9 +60 all around with either 255 square or 245/255 on stock fenders with maybe an inch drop at the most. 100% street driven, weekend car.

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You'll still need to be careful but it should be fine. Just be careful of places where you have the wheels turned and the suspension compressed. Stock height minimizes the risk but when you lower it it becomes more of an issue.
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
You'll still need to be careful but it should be fine. Just be careful of places where you have the wheels turned and the suspension compressed. Stock height minimizes the risk but when you lower it it becomes more of an issue.
Thanks, plan is do the wheels now, and see if i think it needs a slight drop. Would 255 all around be ok? 245? A 245/255 stagger?

Again thanks for the input.
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Old 10-24-2018, 03:26 PM
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255 is doable all around but again when it is lowered requires being more careful. Having the little extra room with the 245 can be nice. At stock height the chance of it catching is still really low due to how much suspension travel there. I usually recommend starting with the narrower tire and seeing how much space there is any you can alway get wider tires the next go around.
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