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I thought it'd be a good idea to start one of these, as they've worked well as information resources for people before in other communities. The idea is simple: post pictures of your wheel/tire setup, as well as the relevant information. Keep it to four or five or six photos per post max to keep page load times down. Do not just post photos of your setup--be sure to include the details:

Wheel: (Brand and Model)
Size (Diameter & Width):
Tire & Tire Size
Suspension Setup: (Are you stock? Lowered on springs/coils?)
Alignment info:
Other Fitment Details: (Do they rub? Did you need fender work? How much brake/strut clearance do you have? Are you using spacers? Adapters? Etc.)
Comments & Remarks: (How do you like them? How's the ride?)

Please keep posts on-topic. This isn't a thread to ask if X wheel with Y tires will rub. Specific questions about someone's setup are permitted (as is giving them props!). Hopefully this can become a resource for people wondering what given wheels will look like/how they will fit on the Fiesta ST so as to provide some help to our members and community.

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Wheel: Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 Bronze
Size 18X8
Offset: 42et
Tire & Tire Size
: Continental DW 215/40-18
Suspension Setup: ST-XTA coilovers
Alignment info: OEM as far as I know
Other Fitment Details: Tires will rub against inner fender liners and front bumper tabs if suspension is lowered more then .5-.75 inch from stock height.
Comments & Remarks: Ride quality is a big improvement over stock. Most of that is attributed to the coilovers improved damping abilities.

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Wheel: Rota Slipstreams
Size 16x7
Offset: 40et
Tire & Tire Size
: Dunlop Direzza Zii Star Spec 225/45/16
Suspension Setup: Stock Springs and struts/shocks, Eibach F/R Sway Bars
Alignment info: OEM
Comments & Remarks: No rubbing from lock to lock, and no rubbing on hard turns. Ride quality is slightly smoother than stock wheels hence the taller sidewall.

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