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  1. RaDa1
    02-19-15 11:49 AM
    I see that your the fitment guru and in need of you guidance!
    I got an 2010 fr Sti hatch
    I picked up a set of
    18x10 +25 wheels
    Htauto fender flares and I'm in need of a set of tires im looking for the wide meaty tire look if u can recommend a size that would work with
    My bc coilovers and megan lower control arms . Without running too much camber as I am looking for function and a good ride quality at the same time pull off the febder flares perfect please!!!!! I greatly appreciate any input you have ! Thank you!
  2. SevenSyns
    09-23-14 11:57 AM
  3. T3h_Clap
    04-23-14 06:23 AM
    they are currently out of production until the new molds are done. Email/PM me and I'll put you on the contact list i've bee putting together for when they are done.
  4. scoobaru517
    04-22-14 05:17 PM
    dude I have been searching for days, were can I find karlton fender flares? Just email [email protected]?
  5. DrGirlfriend87
    02-03-14 08:23 PM
    OH and I'm on stock height and everything and plan on keeping it that way for a bit. I will get coilovers in the future but I'm not going to lower.
  6. T3h_Clap
    11-27-13 12:56 PM
    To fit a +28mm you'll need more then -2.0. The +28mm is simply too low an offset, unless you're going for the slammed/cambered/slow look. Shoot me a PM we can chat about options.
  7. Piroxide
    11-27-13 02:45 AM
    Figured I'd save time and post to you directly. I have a set of RE30's in Hyper Bronze (18x9.5+28)from my RX-8. Finally getting my '14 STi Hatch next week. Short of going to airbags, or slammed coilovers Cambered out (F/R-2.0 or more), are they a viable option with 245 tires, or should I cut my losses and sell them, and get CE28N's/etc in more practical sizes? I'm having a hard time giving up wheels that weigh 16.9lbs each. Not me mention I love the look! Thanks!
  8. stiguy08
    09-23-13 01:13 PM
    Thanks for the response. I went with the enkei pf01 18x9.5 45mm. I think I could do the fender work myself, but I found a guy not to far from me that's got a roller and has done it for other people so I should be ok. When the time comes for new tires would you go with a 255 or 265?
  9. bjacobs1996
    05-15-13 10:15 PM
    Hello, I posted this thread:, and I was told by another user to contact you. Can you give me some info?
  10. T3h_Clap
    04-18-13 01:15 PM
    No problem, glad I could help. Did everything show up?

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