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Are all Subaru rims the same size?
rims are not, in fact, the same size, but rather vary between a width range of 14×6 and 20×9, meaning not all Subaru models have interchangeable rims.
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Wheelbase (G.B.) Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, register number 674089. Wheelbase (G.B.) Limited is a broker and not a lender. Finance is provided through the Deko platform by a number of lenders. You will be offered the best rate available based on your credit history and the lenders’ credit decision policies.Wheelbase Alloys are the UK’s top discount Subaru Impreza alloy wheels and tyres specialists for Cars, Vans, 4x4s & SUVs. Our secure website is open 24/7 for you to discover and buy our wide range of new alloy wheels & tyres. With 24 hour delivery available, you can rest assured that your rims will be delivered fast. To help you find compatible products specifically for your own vehicle, we highly recommend that you use the easy to use wheel search above. We’ve detected some suspicious activity coming from your IP address and have temporarily blocked it as a security precaution. Please check the box to let us know you’re human (sorry, no robots allowed). my bad if it didnt sound like i was, lol but yea i was agreeing with you the whole time, the first time i was kinda drunk and the second time i had a hangover, maybe thats why it sounded like i was arguing, but i wasnt lol my bad manFinally someone with what I was looking for. I have 15’s on my 96 outback imp. Found great deal on some drag 17’s,& brand new tires for 600$. Glad to hear some actual details on the fit, THX!

Can you put 2 new tires on a Subaru?
Your Subaru’s AWD system needs tires of uniform diameter and tread pattern to operate at peak performance. Subaru recommends replacing all four tires at once. However, if your remaining three tires are relatively new then you may be able to replace just one with the same brand, model, and size.
Umm if you all look that is not what he is asking, “195/45/14 and i am looking at 215/45/17.” There is no way in the world this would work out, now to make what everyone else is saying a bit more clear. If you wanted to use a 17″ rim you would need a 215/35/17 if im looking at this right but now here is the big problem with all of this. your post tire size makes no sense Subaru never ran such a small tire size stock because they always had this car posted as a “kind of off road car.” but the real answer is no you can not run a 215/45/17 on your car you will break something.Ok I have 195/65/15 stock tires on my 2013 impreza and I want to put my 17″ Yokohamas (they’re already on my other set of wheels). Will they fit without rubbing or fucking anything up?

I have a 93 impreza L sedan which ran on 13’s . took me a few trys but once I figured the best for no rubbing on rear struts with the 17’s. I put 205/50 17 since the 205-215 /45’s would rub against rear struts. Only thing is tires rub on rear fender if I hit a huge bump since I have stock struts. Believe the off set on mybrims are 45 so a lil less might be better so no rubs on outer part. Hopes this helps
OK you are not getting it, A 195/45/14 to a 215/45/17 is a 4in diff in height from tire to tire, if your telling me you make that change on your car from stock to aftermarket your fucking lying man. Your trans would have blown out every single gear. now if 215/45/17 is your stock size is cool, but your also lying about going to a 55 because again you would have killed your trans the sidewall diff from 45-55 is 2.5in and ya that would break something very fast. next time make sure you have some real facts like that your stock tire size is a 205/55/16 so if you moved to a 17in rim you would be running a 50 side wall, and to run a 45 side wall you would need to have a overall size of 225/45/17 so you would be close to your stock tire size, that is the only safe way to drive, if your running over sized or undersized tires then your playing with the parts on your car.

No i think he was talking about having some 17″rim and tires laying around and maybe needing them and seeing if they would just fit. Im sure he cant be that fucking dumbContent submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use. Content will be removed if CarGurus becomes aware that it violates our policies.

thats why i took off 55’s because they were rubbing on my wheel wells, so i had to rip them out, discount tire thought it would be a reliable replacement, but it actually popped the tire from the side walls, so now i have no wheel wells and i had to roll my fenders

That is not the point, there is no way you could run such an oversized tire with out blowing out axles, losing a lot or most of your turning speed, and having your transmission blowing up too. but that 8-9 mph diff in your speedo must be fun.
Carlo Sainz won the first overall championship with the GC8 on a set of Gold 6 Spoke wheels. If you love classic motorsport style, the Tarmac EVO is for you. While geared more towards the Super Touring style (in which Subaru did not participate in), this classic 6 spoke design featured a faux center lock design, and looks gorgeous on classic and new passenger Subarus. Available in 17”, 18”, and 19” – if you’re obsessed with all things motorsport, the Tarmac EVO is a fantastic option for your Subaru. Available in Gold and Rally White.

You can find the perfect size and offset – but if you don’t know your bolt pattern, you’re in a world of trouble when it comes to finding the perfect wheels. All Subaru Impreza WRX through 2014, the 2004 WRX STi, and standard Impreza models use a 5×100 bolt pattern. Everything else uses a 5×114.3 bolt pattern.You simply cannot go wrong with the classic 5 spoke motorsport look. A flat face with spokes roll back at the lip to give the wheel depth and profile that looks straight out of the motorsport paddock. Thinner spokes give room to display big brakes (or custom painted brakes), in proper motorsport fashion. Available in 17”, 18”, and 19” with Asphalt Black, Gold and Speed Silver color ways – it’s our most popular wheel design for newer Subarus.

Can you put 17 inch rims on a Subaru Impreza?
Best Answer. 17 TIRES, will NOT fit on your stock wheels. You would need 17 inch WHEELS AND TIRES to have 17 inch tires.
If you’ve been a fan of Fifteen52 for a long time, you’ve probably heard of our iconic Turbomac wheel design. Used by Ken Block in multiple Gymkhanas throughout the years, this particular wheel design is what started all the vented outer ring hype that’s been seen through the wheel industry for years. Why not tie the legacy of rally style with Subaru’s rally heritage with Gold Turbomacs? Offered in a slightly more aggressive offset of +30mm (compared to our recommended +35mm), and perfect 18×8.5” sizing – you can find this wheel in Gold, Rally White and Asphalt BlackWe just want to briefly talk about a few additional things when it comes to wheel size. 18” is the most common size for Subaru Impreza, WRX and STi FOR a reason. It’s the most widely available sizing, and comfortable on the road. While bigger does look better (in our opinion), consider that you may lose some meat on the tire wall to compensate for larger wheels. The bigger the wheels, the heavier they are and more power is required to move them. Not that your “from the factory” engine is not capable of moving bigger wheels, but it is something to think about. Sizing down from the factory spec isn’t recommended, (unless it’s 19” to 18”) due to the size of modern day brakes and calipers. We recommend sticking with a 17×7.5” wheel size to retain that iconic rally look. However, if you’d like to bump up a size, 18×8.5” works as well and looks pretty aggressive if you plan on lowering your vehicle a bit. We hope with this guide you’ll have a better understanding of wheel fitments for your Subaru. If you have any additional questions, or just want to chat about Subarus – feel free to reach out via email, call us or chat with us! We’d love to help you out. If you need some more visual confirmation, check out the Subaru wheel gallery below!Ever since then, with 47 Rally wins at its back, Subaru has continued to improve and grow within the rally sport community. Today, it’s recognized as one of the most iconic AND popular rally cars to date – slowly making its way to challenge the “King of Rally”, Lancia, for the top spot in rally. This brief history brings us to today, with a more consumer-friendly version of these masters of rally, the Impreza, WRX and WRX STi.

Now that you’ve narrowed down the bolt pattern, size and offset – We’ve got a couple great recommendations specifically for our Subaru owners. First and foremost, Gold Subaru Wheels are classic, iconic, and will work with every factory color Subaru has to offer. You may think it’s played out, but believe us – Gold wheels were meant for Subarus.
While a bigger body doesn’t always mean bigger wheels, it does in this case. From the factory, your vehicle should be coming with 18” or 19” wheels (depending on your package). We recommend sticking within the 18×8.5” or 19×8.5” sizing. If you’re looking for the modern day rally car look, 18×8.5” is perfect – but if you want more of a big wheel, stance sort of look, the 19×8.5” is the option for you. You can always lower your vehicle a bit on 18” wheels if you’re trying to achieve a more “stanced-out” style – and finding 18” tires is a bit easier than sourcing 19”. Depending on what package your vehicle came with (18” or 19”), our wheels will swap over to your OEM tires.We’ve been in the wheel game for nearly a decade now, and believe us when we say we’ve found the sweet spot that works across the board for passenger car Subarus. Whether you have a Subaru Impreza, WRX or STi – +35mm to +45mm is your sweet spot. From the factory, the OEM offset is +55, which tucks the wheel in from the fender. Our most popular Subaru spec, +35, pushes the wheel out closer to your fenders giving you that nice flush look without hitting the fender. If you’re not wanting to sit “hella flush”, our +45 offset pushes it out 10mm from the factory stance. Making it slightly more aggressive, while still giving it that fresh OEM+ look some may want to achieve. Though, take it from us personally – +35 is the way to go when it comes to Subaru fitments.

How do I know if my wheel is 5x100?
Bolt patterns are usually expressed in two numbers: the number of lugs on the wheel and the distance between each lug in inches. For example, a 5×100 bolt pattern means the wheel has five lug holes, and the distance between each lug is 100 millimeters.
Subaru “dabbled” in the World Rally Championship series since the 1980s, but in 1989 – Subaru dedicated itself to the sport by introducing the “Subaru Tecnica International” team, or STi for short. That decision paid off, as within 6 years, Subaru went on to win the series 3 years in a row from 1995 to 1997. Dressed in the iconic World Rally Blue, fluorescent yellow decals, and gold wheels – the Group A Subaru Impreza GC8 555 stole the hearts of many during those winning years. Boasting nearly 360hp from a 4 cylinder turbocharged DOHC EJ20G engine, paired with a four wheel drivetrain and 6 speed transmission, Carlos Sainz took the Subaru legacy to the next level in 1995 with an intense win at the WRC.

Sizing is a bit trickier to decide as it will depend on the style, vehicle, comfort and look you’re trying to achieve. So we’ll break it down by year, and vehicle spec to help you make a decision.

From the factory, you should be coming with either 18” or 19” wheels (depending on the package). We highly recommend you stick within this range, especially if you plan on lowering in the future. Although, you can jump up to a 20×8.5” if you really want the wheel to be big, and stand out. For more of a rally style, stick with the 18” – Stance or Street style, aim for the 19” or 20” sizing. For those who are interested in getting the Brembo Big Brake kit in the future (or already have them) our 18”, 19” and 20” will clear those upgraded brakes.
We’re testing out new AR technology for you to be able to see what our wheels look like on your build by using your phone. With all new technology, we are aware there are some loading issues with certain wheel models. Please bear with us as we continue to work on this new technology.The 5×114.3 bolt pattern also works on Subaru’s CUV/SUVs such as the Forester, Outback and Ascent. The 5×100 bolt pattern also works with the Subaru BRZ and Crosstrek, but we’ll discuss those fitments at a later time.

What tires fit Subaru Impreza?
Not sure what trim options are for your 2021 Subaru Impreza?Version/Option. Tire Size.Sport 225/40R18.Standard 205/55R16.
Get started by selecting your vehicle in the search box above. You can narrow down your search by choosing specific rims sizes including 16 inch wheels, 17 inch wheels, 18 inch wheels, 19 inch wheels, 20 inch rims, 22 inch rims, 24 inch rims, 26 inch rims, and bigger. Also narrow down your search with custom wheel colors such as black, chrome, or silver. In addition, check the “show only staggered wheels” box to show only staggered wheel and tire packages for your car. Its never been easier to search through thousands of custom rims to find that perfect fit for your car.

When did Subaru go to 5x114 3?
Subaru Outback Bolt Pattern – Generations:GenerationProduction YearsBolt patternBR [2009 .. 2013]2009-20135x100BR Facelift [2012 .. 2015]2012-20155x100BS [2014 .. 2022]2014-20175×114.3BS [2014 .. 2022]2020-20225×114.3
Search for 1000’s of Subaru Impreza Custom Wheels using our custom search tool for rims and tires. There has never been an easier or more complete wheel search available on any other website.Offset is the distance in millimetres from the centre line of the wheel to the wheel’s mounting face. Given that the mounting face can be either in front of or behind the centreline, the offset can be either neutral, positive or negative.The torque value specified by the manufacturer for wheel bolts or wheel nuts, which is to be set when tightening on the torque tool (torque setting). A rotational force given in Newton metres (Nm) or foot-pounds (ft-lbs), wheel torque measures lug nut / bolts tightnessThe tires included with a new vehicle when it is purchased. OE tires are specifically chosen by the vehicle manufacturer to make the most of the vehicle’s performance characteristics.

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Are all Subaru rims the same?
rims are not, in fact, the same size, but rather vary between a width range of 14×6 and 20×9, meaning not all Subaru models have interchangeable rims.
During the course of Subaru’s manufacturing history, they have partnered up with various brands such as up with Nissan, General Motors, and Toyota. Today, Subaru is known as Subaru Corporation. The cars that Subaru Corporation produces are known for their boxer engines and their Symmetrical All-Wheel drive system. The company, in some of their vehicles such as WRX, Legacy, Outback XT, GT, and Forester, offer a turbocharger. Furthermore, they were the first to introduce electronic continuously variable transmission that allows their cars to have not only smooth acceleration but reduced emissions.Following the launch of Subaru 1500, the company manufactured multiple vehicles such as the 360, which became a milestone in the Japanese automotive industry and established the brand as being the builder of small, affordable, and technologically advanced cars. Additionally, the brand has manufactured the Sambar, the 100, the 1100 and, the R2. Years later during the 1970s, the organization took much bolder steps by created the Leone: the first four-wheel-drive. Over time, the Leone not only became a top-selling car but, it paved the way for Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel drive system.

What is the wheels pattern on an Impreza?
For all GC8 Impreza and GDB Impreza models up until 2005, the PCD is 5×100. For 2005+ Impreza and WRX STi models the PCD is 5×114.
PerformanceAlloys are based in Northern Ireland, we are part of the EU single market for free trade as well as the UK market. EU/Irish/UK customers face no extra costs.Not all vehicles with the same make and model will have the same bolt pattern as different years; trims or option packages may have different bolt patterns. It is essential to check your vehicle’s bolt pattern before purchasing new wheels to ensure proper fitment and avoid potential installation issues.

Lastly, you can look at the specifications for your vehicle in the owner’s manual or on the wheels themselves. Many manufacturers also list the bolt pattern as part of the vehicle’s technical specifications.
Dual bolt patterns are wheels that have two different bolt patterns on the same wheel. This allows you to mount them on multiple vehicles. These wheels offer greater versatility and can be used on a broader range of cars.Knowing the bolt pattern of your vehicle is essential for proper wheel fitment. 1010Tires’ guide to wheel bolt patterns helps you determine the correct fitment for your make and model. Without this crucial information, you may buy wheels that don’t fit your vehicle.

A bolt pattern is the number of lug holes in a wheel and the distance between them. Bolt patterns are usually expressed in two numbers: the number of lugs on the wheel and the distance between each lug in inches.
The right wheel bolt pattern will ensure that your wheels fit securely onto your vehicle and provide optimal performance. The bolt pattern, also known as lug pattern or Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD), measures how many lugs are on your wheel and the distance between them.Another way to find your bolt pattern is to measure the distance from the center of one hole to the center of the diagonal hole. This measurement should be in millimeters. Once you have this measurement, you can compare it to a bolt pattern guide to determine your vehicle’s bolt pattern.

American and Asian vehicle manufacturers often used lug nuts instead of lug bolts. Not sure whether your car or truck has lugnuts or lug bolts? Consult a 1010Tires expert today!

Lastly, double-checking the wheel’s compatibility with the car is always a good idea before buying a wheel with a dual bolt pattern. Be sure to check the fitment guarantee, thanks to our in-house team of experts.Lug bolts have a shank that gets threaded into the wheel hub. They also have a shoulder near the end that sits against the wheel, helping keep it in place.