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04-21-2019 03:29 PM
MiamiC70 I’m in S. Florida we have mud
04-21-2019 11:35 AM
estilley Has anyone ever put KM3s on a Subaru? Seems like a little overkill to me unless you go with a big lift and will mostly be using off road.

But at that rate, should probably just get something with solid axles and go full overland.

The amount of pristine K02s I see rolling around Portland these days on waxed Gen 5's is almost making someone with Geolandars seem like an iconoclast.
04-21-2019 01:40 AM
stuffmonger
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Looks good, those Geolanders are 235’s right?.I’m partial myself to the Methods.
Yup. They are 235's. Method color is titanium.
04-21-2019 01:03 AM
Bengal I really wanted to get methods but I ended up getting motegi mr118s solely based on the overall weight. As other people have stated, the motegis are considerably lighter. If I had the 3.6 though I probably would’ve gotten the methods.
04-19-2019 02:53 PM
MiamiC70
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Here's a pic of my crystal white '18 running on methods for your consideration. No lift and geolander tires fyi.
Looks good, those Geolanders are 235s right?.Im partial myself to the Methods.
04-19-2019 12:51 PM
stuffmonger Here's a pic of my crystal white '18 running on methods for your consideration. No lift and geolander tires fyi.
04-19-2019 12:44 PM
hack14u
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You lifted? How’s that possible? Typically folks here are running either 245 or 235 65r/17.
No lift, I went with 225/65/17 because I didn't want to remove my mud flaps. I have about .5" clearance in the front when turning the wheels. Came out perfect for me. I know a lot of other folks want the bigger tire but it looked too aggressive for my tastes. Tires are Michelin Defender LTX and are amazing.
04-18-2019 07:56 PM
RegalX Motegis get my vote' I like the satin finish vs the 100% matte. I am thinking about a set for mine old junk.
04-18-2019 07:39 PM
MiamiC70
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I know I only have the 17's, but I think the Konig Control look awesome, IMHO. I do like the Method though. Looks sweet.
Edit: Re-read size, you are going with the 17's too. I also only went with a 45mm offset. It comes exactly to the edge of the fender with 225/65/17.
You lifted? Hows that possible? Typically folks here are running either 245 or 235 65r/17.
04-18-2019 07:38 PM
MiamiC70
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Too fancy, not look Im going for. Had similar rims on my 911.
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