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07-04-2018 07:54 PM
BajaTim
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Originally Posted by Scarecrow View Post
I'm also searching for a 16" solution for some beg k02 action. Heck, I'd love it even more if someone drummed up a 15" wheel that works, I havnt come across any yet.


Tirerack (search WRX) and Primitive (15, 35, 50 offsets?) both sell Sparco Terra in 15” that “fit most” (Luke could not confirm 100% for my 2005 with Powerstop).


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07-02-2018 01:09 PM
Scarecrow I'm also searching for a 16" solution for some beg k02 action. Heck, I'd love it even more if someone drummed up a 15" wheel that works, I havnt come across any yet.
09-11-2017 02:18 PM
pwilson Any ideas on if 235/65R15 would fit on the Gen3 outback?
01-03-2017 01:39 PM
punt speedchunk
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Originally Posted by PajoPoncho View Post
Im sure your guys think im stupid for not knowing but what are you guys referring to when you say LGT Brakes?
LGT is Legacy GT
12-19-2016 01:31 PM
PajoPoncho
LGT Brakes

Im sure your guys think im stupid for not knowing but what are you guys referring to when you say LGT Brakes?
03-17-2014 01:42 AM
cybertiberium The wheels: not many choices for offset of +48mm and also trying to keep the weight down of the wheel. What wheels of +48mm would you have chosen?

Winter: Ice/snow does build up on my splash guards and wheel well. It does scrape my tires if enough build up. It only really scrapes when turning, but thats no big deal. It doesnt scrape when straight. I just keep an eye on the splash guards and knock off the build up when to severe. But I also had to do this with the stock tires so its no different really.
03-17-2014 12:55 AM
PALP8NU Wow that's a close fit on tbe front side of tbe rear tire!!!
Love the look of the tires; wheels not so much...

Wonder what happens when snow packs or tries to pack in between the rear tire and the body?
03-14-2014 11:27 AM
rasterman I used LGT rotors when I switched to a big brake kit. No chance of 16s clearing my caliper and although I have no way to test it, I really doubt they'd clear the stock LGT setup.
03-14-2014 12:37 AM
cybertiberium That is definitely a good question.
03-12-2014 01:29 AM
AWDFTW LGT has a 12.3 front and 11.3 rear rotor, I don't think 16's will clear that.
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