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Old 08-18-2010, 05:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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for the 2010'/11 stock 17's... going to order some winter rims... ayone?
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Check out the Tirerack or DiscountTire website. They have that info listed when you select rims by vehicle make/model.
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Check out the Tirerack or DiscountTire website. They have that info listed when you select rims by vehicle make/model.
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Both Tire Rack and Discount Tire will make sure that the rims that you order are compatible with your car.

And, by ordering a tire and wheel package from them, your winter tires will be mounted and properly balanced when you get them. I strongly recommend the Michelin X-Ice tire. In addition to incredible traction on both snow and ice, its handling qualities on dry roads is better than most winter tires and its tread wear is FAR better than the competition.
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2010 OB with OEM 17s have 5x100 PCD w/ Offset +45
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thanks chebosto.

here is alink if anyone else needs as well.
http://www.cars101.com/subaru/tiresandwheels.html
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thanks chebosto.

here is alink if anyone else needs as well.
Understanding Tires and Wheels: FAQ, Subaru sizes, codes
+1 to that research page. a lot of places that sell aftermarket rims and/or tires don't have their databases updated for 2010/2011 MY Outbacks, so it was nice to know that some older MY Outbacks have the same wheel specs.
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