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Old 12-04-2018, 06:22 PM
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18" wheels with 35 offset?

Title says it all, looking at a set of rims for my 2010, 18" with 35 offset. Will the 35 offset work without modification?
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Wheel width would help but generally you should be okay with that conservative offset.
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:33 AM
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Wheel width would help but generally you should be okay with that conservative offset.
Oh yeah sorry. Wheel width is 8.75".
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Definitely good. Even the older generations are okay with that width and offset.
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Definitely good. Even the older generations are okay with that width and offset.
Perfect thanks. Now just need to decide if I use those for winter tires or use my stocks. I really was looking for cheap steelies for winter wheels, but these are decent looking XXR's that are wider than I'd like for snow tires. Guy only wants $375 for them.
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For snow tires you want wheels that are more narrow. Use your stocks and get the XXRs for the warmer months.
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For snow tires you want wheels that are more narrow. Use your stocks and get the XXRs for the warmer months.
Yeah that's kind of what I'm thinking. Thanks for your input.
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Well I decided not to go for those wheels, just more than I wanted to pay for them. But I have another related question, and figured it would be better to just ask it here rather than start a new thread. A different set of wheels I found, just plain steel wheels, guy is only asking $75 for them, so it's a great deal, and the bolt pattern, offset, and everything are perfect. They're off of a 2016 Subaru Legacy. I was planning to drive down tonight to go look at them. However I just realized I should probably check out the center bore size and make sure that will fit. Almost forgot about that. Turns out on a 2016 legacy, they have a center bore of only 56.1mm. Looks like ours are 66.1mm. I guess my question is, are those numbers indicative of the size of the holes in the actual wheel? I guess, if they're not hub-centric is what I'm asking. Could there be a chance that the steel wheel from the Subaru has a center hole larger than 56.1mm? It's a good hour drive for me to the wheels, so I figured if it's not going to work I won't even bother.
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Generally, OEM wheels will have center bores that match the hubs of the vehicle that they are going on so if they are in fact OEM Subaru steel wheels then they will likely have too small of a center bore to work on our cars. Same goes for Mazda, Toyota, Honda etc..

You can have the seller take a measurement to confirm.
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