Hubcentric rings are needed most of the time with aftermarket wheels to fit properly. Cars have various sized hub bores so the aftermarket wheel companies make their wheels with large hub bores so that different sized adapter rings can be used for proper fitment. A set of 4 is like $10.Thanks fellas. I always understood the aftermarket rims never never fit the hubs on the stock axles properly so that is why I leaned towards powder coating plus I like the look of my current rims.
Finally realized this little nugget as well. Decided on some Drag33's installed by the dealer for the same price at TR. I'll post some picks when it's done.$480 to powdercoat your stock wheels? Hellz no. That's too much money.
I would just get a set of new wheels for a little more. The stock wheels are in the 23 lbs. range. Pretty much any aftermarket wheel will be lighter and you don't have to go through the hassle.
****. came to tell you that Discount Tires Direct has a $100 rebate on their ebay store for 4 wheels or 4 tires.Finally realized this little nugget as well. Decided on some Drag33's installed by the dealer for the same price at TR. I'll post some picks when it's done.
...when you post...just scroll down a little to manage attachments...find your pic...attach it and post...just remember must be smaller than 1MBJust got the stock 17" wheels of my 2015 Outback powder coated matte black. They came out great. How do I share a picture?