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I have the eibach lowering springs on the way and would like to buy these WRX wheels


but im not sure if they’d fit after I put on the springs, they’re 235/45 R17 so maybe I could roll the fenders if I need to :unsure: This is my first car so everything is a learning experience, any advice is appreciated
 

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That tire is less than 1/4" taller than the Cruze 225/40-18, and about 3/8" wider the tire itself fits fine, getting the right sized adapters to convert thebolt pattern and set the offset will be key to getting the combo to fit properly. But yes they "can" fit.
 

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my cruze actually has goodyear assurance 205/55R16 which is why I was scared the wheels would be too big, but do you know of any cheap hub adapters that fit the cruze? Im kinda working on a college student budget haha
 

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Yeah didn’t realize I accidentally posted in the wrong forum the first time lol
 

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my cruze actually has goodyear assurance 205/55R16 which is why I was scared the wheels would be too big, but do you know of any cheap hub adapters that fit the cruze? Im kinda working on a college student budget haha
I don't know what price point qualifies as "cheap", but Motorsport Tech makes spacers, it's probably under $200 for a set of 4 custom adapters, made in US with with US materials. It's about $125 for a set of bolt on spacers, I can't imagine an adapter is much more.
 

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I don't know what price point qualifies as "cheap", but Motorsport Tech makes spacers, it's probably under $200 for a set of 4 custom adapters, made in US with with US materials. It's about $125 for a set of bolt on spacers, I can't imagine an adapter is much more.
I might just run the factory wheels for a little longer then, I feel like those wheels on top of adapters will have crazy poke, hopefully I can spot another wheel w/ tire set:confused:
 
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