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So, this is pretty urgent, as the sale ends today. But I was thinking about getting the XXR 530's in 18x9.75 +20. Or the 18x8.75 +33. Now I'm no wizard when it comes to fitment (as these will be my first ever wheels to buy) So basically I have two questions. Will it fit on a stock ride height 14 wrx, and what size tires should I look into? I heard 275/35R18's would fit well on them. But for now, I am most worried about the offset being too much for an otherwise stock suspension and not fitting. Thanks!
 

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I want to hear this answer also.
I'm looking at going wider for my 2017 for this summer and want to know how wide I can go.
 

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Neither are correct fitment

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"will work" and correct fitment are separate statements.

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Can you explain to me what will work and correct fitment are in this instance? Sorry man, I'm pretty new to the car game.

Basically what I'm asking is, what would these look like if I put them on?
 

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Can you explain to me what will work and correct fitment are in this instance? Sorry man, I'm pretty new to the car game.

Basically what I'm asking is, what would these look like if I put them on?
It's not about looks.

These wheels may fit, and ignoring the fact that they are XXRs which have poor reputation, the problem is performance degradation.

I can get into the details, but really it's much easier to google "why not to run excessive wheel offset" and do your own research. Cheers.

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