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Option Lab R716 18x9.5 +35 Formula Bronze
2013+ FR-S / BRZ / 86 / 2014+ Forester
Note: Clears all STi Calipers
Option Lab R716 Wheels
Changing the wheels will completely change the look of your car. A set of appropriately sized wheels allows the perfect wheel and tire fitment to give your car that aggressive stance without sacrificing drivability. The width and offset chosen for the Option Lab R716 wheel was not randomly picked. While the 9.5 inch wide wheel width features a concave face and allows tires up to 285 section width tires to be fitted, many owners opt for the 245 or 255 section width tires that will be slightly stretched on the wheel to minimize sidewall flex experienced during hard cornering; keep in mind each tire manufacture makes their tire slightly different.
Although the wheels can be fitted on various cars, they engineered the wheels to have several vehicle specific fitments in mind. The 18x9.5 ET35 5x114.3 fits on the 2015+ Subaru WRX / STI (clears Brembo Calipers).
Fit & Finish
While many of their competitors overlook small details like this, they always mask the lug pocket opening on our wheels prior to painting it. You may wonder why this is important. The reason being if there was paint on the lug pocket, then the lug nuts could break the thin layer of paint and they could potentially come loose.
Functionality is important to OL. The Option Lab R716 features a wide lug opening that does not require the use of smaller diameter tuner lug nuts. All of their wheels have a 60 degree tapered lug seat also known as conical seat; if your OEM lug nuts have a flange type seat or ball seat, please source a set of lug nuts with conical seat and correct thread pitch.
All Option Lab wheels are designed to accept most OEM and aftermarket replacement Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor (TPMS) along with any standard rubber or metal valve stems.
On the Option Lab R716, there are currently two finishes available. The Formula Bronze R716 has a deep bronze finish with a matte clear coat while the Noble Grey R716 features an anthracite/gunmetal finish with matte clear coat.
- Option Lab R716
- Size: 18x9.5
- Offset: 35mm
- Hub Bore: 73mm
- Bolt Pattern: 5x100
Note: Clears all STi Calipers
NOTE: Careful consideration of wheel width, offset, and tire sizing must be observed when choosing and installing larger wheels. Adding larger wheels may lead to rubbing on suspension components or bodywork. Wheel spacers, new alignment settings, inside fender modifications, or other adjustments may be required. For more information on wheel fitments in general, please email us!
Most wheels are designed with a centerbore large enough to fit on most cars and therefore most wheel fitments have a gap between the hub and the centerbore. Without hub rings, the wheel may cause vibration while travelling. Therefore, to fill the gap, reduce vibration and ensure the fitment is hubcentric. These are made to fill that space and reduce vibration and ensure the fitment is hubcentric.
First number is the outer diameter of the hubring (used to closely match the hub bore of your wheel). The second number is the inner diameter of the hubring (used to match the center hub diameter of your wheel hub). Measurement is in millimeters.
Note: Price is for a full set of four hubrings
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Option Lab R716 18x9.5 +35 Formula Bronze / 89580-35-MBZ-BUNDLE-PARENT Fits
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1 customer review
Paint started chipping after 4 weeks of driving
I had these wheels on the wrx for 4 weeks. I noticed little grey specs on the front rolling spokes and when i looked closer i saw they were pin hole paint chips. I looked at each wheel and every spoke had the same chips. I then noticed that there were also loger chips on the outside of the spokes. After a couple emails and 3 pictures to the company, they determed that it was from road debri/harsh driving conditions... They would not cover it under their 1 year paint warrenty. I Didnt even drive on a highway with these wheels... i now have to dismount the tires, remove the tpms sensors, and have the wheels powder coated by a local establishment. I hope no one else has this issue.