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Looking at 18" x 8" in front with an 18" x 9" 40 offset / 1.75 drop Will I have to shave the insides of the rear fenders with a grinder. . . ? Any issues... ?

Wheel Manufacture/ Model: Tork Matrix
Wheel Size: 18x8 Front, 18x9 Rear
Lip Size: 2.0" Front, 3.25" Rear
Wheel Finish: Hyper Black with Chrome Lip
Bolt Pattern/Offset: 5x114 +40ET (Front)
5x114 +40ET (Rear)
You should have no issues at all.

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Will these fit without any camber or rolling?

20 x 8.5 Front offset 40
20 x 9.5 Rear offset 40
Those will fit fine, assuming you don't get super wide tires.

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I own a 2007 RWD IS 250 and am lookin into getting rims. Im lookin into getting the Konig Lace rims and staying with 18's to keep the ride of the car comparable to stock. However i want to go staggered and have it look as aggresive as possible. These wheels come in the following sizes and offsets:
18 x 8 - 45 or 35 Offset
18 x 9.5 - 25 or 45 Offset

So, will all of the offsets fit? Without rub?
Which combination will give me the widest rear with biggest lip and normal to thin front tire/lip (ie the most aggressive look)?

Lastly, any opinions on the rims themself?

Thanks, much appreciated.
I wouldn't put Konig's on any IS. Even the cheap 1st gen models. If you want aggressive, stay in the mid 30's. 25 offset will be very aggressive and stick out like crazy. No flushness there.

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10.5"x20" rear with 265-30 tires... offset +40! just camber? no rolling?
no need to roll, they will fit fine.

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Will these rims fit on a 2006 IS 350? MSR 045 18"
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Will these rims fit on a 2006 IS 350? MSR 045 18"
You need to provide more information than that.

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Concave TE 37

I'm thinking about getting some Volk TE37's on an IS350. What is the lowest offset I can use to get the concave look without having to do any fender modification?
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Hey all,

I just picked up an '07 IS250 RWD...I should be in possession of it in probably a week and a half or so. I'm looking at getting some Konig All Alone (Gloss Black w/ Primza Lip) wheels, just wonder if I am going to have any fitment issues...

Front - 20x8.5 - 30mm
Rear - 20x10 25mm

Ideally I would like to run a 275/30 in the rear...doable? Also, these cars have pressure sensors in the tire right? Where could I pick up a set of them for cheap so I can put them in the new rubber so I'm not switching them out of the stockers all the time.

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Hey all,

I just picked up an '07 IS250 RWD...I should be in possession of it in probably a week and a half or so. I'm looking at getting some Konig All Alone (Gloss Black w/ Primza Lip) wheels, just wonder if I am going to have any fitment issues...

Front - 20x8.5 - 30mm
Rear - 20x10 25mm

Ideally I would like to run a 275/30 in the rear...doable? Also, these cars have pressure sensors in the tire right? Where could I pick up a set of them for cheap so I can put them in the new rubber so I'm not switching them out of the stockers all the time.

Thanks!
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Hey all,

I just picked up an '07 IS250 RWD...I should be in possession of it in probably a week and a half or so. I'm looking at getting some Konig All Alone (Gloss Black w/ Primza Lip) wheels, just wonder if I am going to have any fitment issues...

Front - 20x8.5 - 30mm
Rear - 20x10 25mm

Ideally I would like to run a 275/30 in the rear...doable? Also, these cars have pressure sensors in the tire right? Where could I pick up a set of them for cheap so I can put them in the new rubber so I'm not switching them out of the stockers all the time.

Thanks!
225/30 tires in the front will work with the 20x8.5, Rear offsets will NOT work. YOU will hit your fender even with fender rolling/cutting.

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Right on, thank you sir!

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20x8.5 - 30mm
Will these work all around? If so, what tire sizes would you guys recommend?

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Unless you are AWD, i would not recommend you use the same size wheels all around.

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Why not? For actually mechanical reasons, or aesthetics?

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Why not? For actually mechanical reasons, or aesthetics?
both.

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Hello everyone,

Im looking into buy a set of Work Vs-xx for my 2nd gen RWD IS. I was wondering if this setup would work for me. I'm thinking of getting 19x8.5 +29, 19x9.0 +36. I am also dropped on H&R Springs which give a 1.4" drop front and 1.3" drop rear. Would this setup be good or am I going a little too aggressive?
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I think that will fit beautifully, jsyohw

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I have an IS250 AWD. I'm looking at the konig unknowns. 20x8 40 offset all around. Will it fit and what size tire will work/look good? Thanks

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