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WILL IT FIT.....15x7 OZ Ultralegerras

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does anyone have experience running 15" rims on a lowered fiesta? I personally have H&R SuperSports. I was considering a 205/50R/15 Azenis rt615k+
 


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Offset most important thing. Myself and many others have ran 15s lowered no problem
 


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I'm running 15x6et30. I'm using 205/55R15 which is a bit taller then the profile you're looking at. I'll get some rubs on front loaded turns with stock springs.
 


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I'm running 205/55/15 with HR springs , no rubs whatsoever
 


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If you don't have a big brake kit, yes. They will fit. I am running them now and will post an image tomorrow morning.
 


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What shocks are you planning to use with your setup?


does anyone have experience running 15" rims on a lowered fiesta? I personally have H&R SuperSports. I was considering a 205/50R/15 Azenis rt615k+
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does anyone have experience running 15" rims on a lowered fiesta? I personally have H&R SuperSports. I was considering a 205/50R/15 Azenis rt615k+
Mine on O.Z. Ultraleggera 15X7 with 205/50 R15 Dunlop direzza star spec tires. Stock ST coils on Koni Sport dampers. No fit issues with this setup!
 


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I am not lowered yet, but I run 15x7 Ultraleggeras w/ 205/55-15s and there is definitely room for a drop when the time comes.

13+ lbs lighter, wheel +tire at each corner definitely had benefits.

And they are quiet too.


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Same rims, stock susp, but have 205/50-15 Yokos mounted with a slightly reduced tire OD (23.0" vs oem 23.4"). Even though there's lots of room, I thinking about focusing on reducing some body roll without lowering if I can help it. I've had lowered cars and rather avoid the loss of practicality in my DD. That lower plastic piece under the front end already scrapes when leaving/entering my apartment complex.
 


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The lighter rolling stock really magnifies the other upgrades. The only downside is that I do seem to get a lot of negative comments from the bigger is better community regarding the appearance. But, I didn't buy the wheels to be more popular with people who have zero clues about anything.
 


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Ha! I got a little of that and I understand it isn't for everyone... and 16s probably look "better" to many, but I wanted to maximize my weight loss.

I honestly love the extra sidewall... these fill the wheel wells better than I expected them to.
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Stock suspension btw
 


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The 15 inch wheel gives it's owner the greatest range of possible ride and handling options regarding the compromises and choices of tires that are available. And at a much more reasonable price than the larger diameter wheel and tire choices. Every time I bolt the original wheel/tire combo back on it, I'm rudely reminded of why they sit in the rack!
 


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