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Hi guys. I'm new here. This is my first post. I've had my 2013 WRX for about 6 months now. This is the first car I've owned worth investing in, so everything moving forward is new territory.

I've noticed this undesirable wheel gap (see photos), and I'm wondering, on the most fundamental level, how should I proceed? Coilovers and lower? Larger wheels? Both? Which move first? It's my intention to get some new wheels, absolutely, but I'm not sure how to proceed first. Additionally, I am not mechanically inclined, so all my work will be done by a shop, which brings budget into play. My immediate budget is about 2k, and I'll have another 2k in January for this endeavor.

Your suggestions are greatly appreciated. Also, where would you recommend I shop for my wheels? Tirerack has limited white wheels, so I've been browsing car ID. Thoughts? Can someone confirm the wheel specs on a 2013 impreza wrx limited?

I appreciate you guys!
 

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A lowering performance spring and strut combo is the way to go.

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Welcome! Credit given for spelling n00b the odd customary way we do here.

A lowering performance spring and strut combo is the way to go.
Yep, many options - read the stickies.
 
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