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Old 08-18-2019, 02:52 PM   #29
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I would love a flowformed 17x9.5 or 17x10 wheel. Sadly, I dont think anything aside from TE37 comes in that size, and those are more than I'd pay for a whole set, for a single wheel...
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I appreciate your interest. We are actually working on broadening our wheel line for the 86/BRZ as we speak. Currently testing 17x9.5" as well as a few 18" options which will incorporate concave face profiles.

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If you're ok waiting for some time, there might be another one coming:
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Old 08-19-2019, 12:52 PM   #31
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Wedsport SA72r Wide spec 17x9.5+38et ~$1200


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Old 08-19-2019, 01:07 PM   #32
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Wedsport SA72r Wide spec 17x9.5+38et ~$1200


Thanks this appears to be a viable 17x9.5 option. A little bit heavier but still fairly light.

In my experience you want an offset between +35 to +40 if you want to be able to fit a 255 tire with no rubbing at the front when going full lock. This is with coilovers and 3 plus degrees of negative camber in the front.
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Im running rota titans 17x9. they clear the RR racing stage 2 front kit as well
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Fan of the Konig Hypergrams myself. Flow formed, and great price.
17x9 ET40 clears the Stoptech C43 caliper with ease!
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Fan of the Konig Hypergrams myself. Flow formed, and great price.
17x9 ET40 clears the Stoptech C43 caliper with ease!
It's tough to beat the Hypergrams for the price. Especially if you can grab a set during on of Discount Tire's sales with $100 off.
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