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Unread 24th June 2018, 11:19 AM
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Default Identification of Installed 15s on an SG5

Hi everyone,

Can anyone identify the brand of the 15s that are installed on this SG5 Forester (https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/use...4e7ccf3d14e1)? It has a multi-stud pattern but I don't remember them being in any of the 90s or 80s Subarus. Thanks.
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Can't help, sorry !
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Ditto
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If I have a meeting around the area, I will see if I can check the vehicle and get back to you all.
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Hi everyone,

Can anyone identify the brand of the 15s that are installed on this SG5 Forester (https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/use...4e7ccf3d14e1)? It has a multi-stud pattern but I don't remember them being in any of the 90s or 80s Subarus. Thanks.

don't look multi-stud to me.. unless its 5/10.


(sorry - I guess its 5x at two PCD. Looks like an OEM rim from something else that has been re-drilled)
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Definitely 2 different PCDs. No idea what they're off
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almost look like factory RS Liberty rims
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Yes. It definitely looks re-drilled. It does not look safe, though, as the holes are drilled onto the ridges where it's supposed to make the original holes more rigid.
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