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    Cool thanks. Yeah I'd love to have that size wheel and tire but some of my friends said that might be to wide for me with the lowering and rubbing issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMatt04WRX View Post
    Cool thanks. Yeah I'd love to have that size wheel and tire but some of my friends said that might be to wide for me with the lowering and rubbing issues.
    Stick with 8" IMO. A wider wheel isn't necessarily better at all. The scrub radius on these cars is not conducive to wide wheels.
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    ^What he said if you're looking from a performance view, tires are the most important aspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Stick with 8" IMO. A wider wheel isn't necessarily better at all. The scrub radius on these cars is not conducive to wide wheels.
    True on any 02-07 car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    I have 17x9 +45 with 245/40. I barely rubbed before rolling the rears, now I have zero rub after the roll. My car is only dropped 1.5" or so. Full steering w/ out issues, the wheels fit flush but still stay under the fenders, I cant stand when they stick out.

    2002 bugeye. Not sure if there are differences between our fenders and susp.


    Mine is 17x9 ET45 235/45 17 and they don't rub 2004 wrx.. Mine is decently low the rear tires basically tuck at the top.. But I didn't need to roll or pull the fenders.. With 245 I probably would though

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    Thanks that help coming from someone with the same year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T0rque View Post
    A proper fitment on an 04 WRX is 17x8 or 18x8 with et of 48 and a 235/40/18 tire or a 235/45/17

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