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This is a discussion on 2015 WRX Wheel Offset within the New England States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Can anyone tell me what the OEM wheel offset is for the 2015 WRX? I want to put a set ...

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    2015 WRX Wheel Offset

    Can anyone tell me what the OEM wheel offset is for the 2015 WRX? I want to put a set of ENKEI wheels on the car.

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    I did not know that the info was on the back of the wheel. I am trying to buy a set of Enkei wheels (485-780-6545SP) for my 2015 WRX. Enkei told me the wheel should fit, but they have very little knowledge on the car because it is so new. Enkei suggested trying the wheel on the car before I put tires on the wheels ... Sounds like a good idea.

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    JCS Speed tried them out on their project car.

    JSC Speed's Project 2015 WRX - NASIOC

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    Enkei for 2015 WRX

    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    JCS Speed tried them out on their project car.

    JSC Speed's Project 2015 WRX - NASIOC
    You are a wealth of knowledge .... THANKS!!! Would you buy 17x8 or 17x9? I am a rookie about putting aftermarket wheels on my car - this is a first for me. Love the WRX. Appreciate your knowledge.

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    You'll have to get that answer from someone else. I like to stick with OEM wheels, www.tirerack.com is usually a good source for information though. If you put in a 2014 STI you can see what wheels are recommended for the car.

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