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Hi, im new to the forum and i have a wheel fitment question. I have some wheels that i bought. They fronts are 19x9.5 +40-ish. Backs are 19x10.5 +50-ish. The backs fit and i have roughly an inch to spare between the back rim of the wheel and the fenderwell. Im assuming i'd need to stretch the tire to make it not rub (255/35 or 265/35 im guessing). The problem is the front. The 9.5 hits the control arm. It looks like its about .5" too wide. Is there a way to make this sob fit?? These wheels are too sexy to let go. Theyre maya/trafficstar stm. Thanks!
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Hi, I'm planning to buy new wheels for my 2007 IS250 RWD.

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F: 19x8.5+35 225/35/19
R: 19x9.5+25 235/35/19

Also planning to lower it on BCBR coilovers in the future. Will this setup work?

Thanks!

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Hey all. I have been searching and have not been able to find my answer. I just bought a set of wheel that are 18 x 8.5 +40 front and 18 x 9.5 +40 rear. The tires I have for them are 225/40/18 in the front and 255/40/18 for the rear. Do you think I will need to roll/pull my fenders at all? I have a 1.5" drop on Megan springs. If you could help me out, that would be fantastic. Thanks a lot.

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Hello all. I wonder if this will work on my IS250 2007 RWD. 19x8.5 +30 front, and 19x10 +36 rear. I'm lowered on H&R. Thx in advance!
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Just picked up an 05 as a daily. I've read a solid 3/4 of this thread and a few suspension threads for the last couple of hours. The first page calculator thing was helpful, but also kind of confusing...and to be honest i'm exhausted. I'm looking to fit 18x8.5 + 35 and 18x9.5 + 40. Lowered on Tokico blues and eibach prokit springs. I'm thinking 225/40 and 245/35 for tire sizes? Any fender mods needed? Thanks in advance!
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About to buy these and wanted to make sure I'll be okay:

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Front 19x8.5 35 mm offset 245/40/19
Rear 19x10 25 mm offset 275/35/19

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I am looking to get 18x9.5 in the front and 18x10.5 in the back. +25 offset. What sizes tires would be best. Was told 225/40 in the front and 255/40 in the back? And how much rolling or pulling would have to be done?
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Hello! Im new to the forum and I hope I found the right place for this question but I own a 04 IS 300 and was hoping to find out if the Scion FRS Stockies would fit onto my car? I don't know much about wheel fitment or anything and was hoping to get some more information about it. I know these are stockies but you cant be too safe. Any help and info is appreciate and thank you for taking your time to read this! :]


Below is the wheel I'm looking to switch over to.
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2001 is300

Just bought 18x9.5 +25

What tires should I be running to avoid major rub? I am lowered as well right now. trying to stretch the tires a little bit to avoid rub as well
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I have ordered 18x9.5 +22 all the way around with Megan Racing Coilovers what tires will fit without rub on 2007 IS250 AWD
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Hi everyone,

I have a 2004 IS300 SportCross. The rims are 17x7 +50mm offset on the front and 17x7.5 +55mm offset on the rear. I am about to buy some IS350 rims that are 18x8 +45mm offset front and 18x8.5 +50mm offset rear. I am planning on buying +5mm spacers to get the offset the same as the 17's. To you guys see any issues with this plan or know of any issues with the tires rubbing or suspension issues?

Thanks,
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