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Old Mar 31, 2012, 09:06 AM
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WedsSport TC105n 17x9 +35

I am in need of new wheels after a hit 'n run.

I am thinking of going with the WedsSport TC105n in 17x9 +35. I have seen Evo 8's and 9's on the 17x9.5 +32 and I really like the look. I however do not like the look of the 17x9 +25. Its just personal preference nothing else. My RS is NOT lowered and I do not want to lower it. I think the 17x9 +35 will just look "right" at the stock height.

Would a 17x9 +35 work without fender work or spacers?

I have 17x8 +30 mounted now and according to my math a 17x9 +35 would only "stick out" 8mm further which is what I am looking for.

Thanks for all the help, I hope I made myself clear.

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yes, +35 is the perfect offset for a 9" wide wheel. +30 will occasionally touch the fender with a bigger tire.
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Bump - Before I buy these I want to make double sure these will fit w/o a spacer up front or rolling in the rear.

I have searched all over and have found this link:

http://www.mitsustyle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30380

That is the ONLY confirmed fitment, and it doesnt even suggest he was using a spacer.

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Originally Posted by Russell K View Post
Bump - Before I buy these I want to make double sure these will fit w/o a spacer up front or rolling in the rear.

I have searched all over and have found this link:

http://www.mitsustyle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30380

That is the ONLY confirmed fitment, and it doesnt even suggest he was using a spacer.

Thanks for any and all help!
no rolling in the rear for sure, i cant help with the spacer thing in the front though, i know it will clear the strut, but i dont know about the caliper.
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Yes 17X9 +35 will clear your Brembos in the rear. I suggest minimal rolling in the rear but its not necessary. The Fronts will need a 3mm spacer.

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no rolling in the rear for sure, i cant help with the spacer thing in the front though, i know it will clear the strut, but i dont know about the caliper.
Thank You Very Much!
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Yes 17X9 +35 will clear your Brembos. I suggest minimal rolling in the rear but its not necessary. The Fronts will have no problems.
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If anyone has any pictures of any TC105N's mounted on an Evo 8 or 9 plz provide a link. Not only for me, but for other ppl who may be searching for this answer in the future.
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Originally Posted by Russell K View Post
If anyone has any pictures of any TC105N's mounted on an Evo 8 or 9 plz provide a link. Not only for me, but for other ppl who may be searching for this answer in the future.
STM's Street RS use 17x9+35 TC105N
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Here is my car with TC105N's, they are 17x9's. No fender rolling required on 245/40R17. Unfortunately I don't know the offset, my car came with them.
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Originally Posted by Ang Wen Yan View Post
STM's Street RS use 17x9+35 TC105N
He uses staggered offset, I know the offsets but cannot tell. I promised Emery I wouldnt. If anyone cares plz do not pm me privately and ask lol I wont tell.

Thanks for the info though, I almost positive +35 TC105N will work on the front. I have found this link:

http://www.mitsustyle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30380

No one else seems to be running a 17x9 +35 on the front besides the guy above.

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Originally Posted by jfontenot View Post
Here is my car with TC105N's, they are 17x9's. No fender rolling required on 245/40R17. Unfortunately I don't know the offset, my car came with them.
Those are +25 offset.

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...cs-my-pos.html

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I believe the +35's require at least a 3mm spacer to clear the front Brembos.

I know the owner of the car you linked and he matched the spacer in the rear so the track width stayed the same from front to back.
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I believe the +35's require at least a 3mm spacer to clear the front Brembos.

I know the owner of the car you linked and he matched the spacer in the rear so the track width stayed the same from front to back.
THANK YOU !

I have been looking for the answer to this.

Wow - This is hard - Pickin' a wheel with the offset you prefer.
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