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im planning to get 18x9+25 all around, do you think it's ok?
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im planning to get 18x9+25 all around, do you think it's ok?
you cutting your fenders?

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you cutting your fenders?
what can i cut for the front? because some people told me that there is nothing to roll or cut in the front...
and should i use 225/35/18 or 235/35/18 ? because i don't want my rear tires look too skinny.
btw, i have an AWD
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would 18x8.5 and 18x9.5 with +35 offset all around run with no rubbing?

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'06 IS350 BLACK New Owner wants Rims and Tires

I'm looking at new Rims and Tires. I want a great look within the lines and design of the lexus but it is a toyota muscle car. This is a pleasure car not a work car: First the Diameter of the wheels: std. 18" but on the site it sounds like 19" will fill out the wheel well.. how about 20" too far?

I do want the rims to stand out and the tires to be flush with the fenders for offset.

The best example I noted was:

rims: 19x8.5 +28; 19X10 +36 rear

tires: 225 35 19; 225 30 19

is this ideal? any recommendations? I do not want to modify the car at all. Is there an interference. How about spacers?

I'm in the $$ to $$$ range for price... the Michelin Pilot's sounded good: my buddy talked BBS's or ESM's wheels any recommendations (I do want some of the rim to be black but not all)?

Wheels Alimium alloy or Chromium?
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I want to know 18x8.5 with +30 offset on a AWD is250 09 is it ok ? or not
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Looking for a set of OEM 17" Lexus wheels to mount winter tires on my 2006 IS350. Will I have any issues using 17" GS300 wheels?

Sorry, if this has been addressed ad nauseam. I couldn't find much info searching.

Related to the wheel swap:
Do the TPMS sensors need to be compatible with the wheel (do they all attached the same regardless of wheel), the TPMS system of the car or both? Iíve never owned a car with a TPMS system so I am clueless. I'll do some more searching.

My IS was manufactured in January 2006. Will any 2006+ Lexus/Toyota TPMS sensors work?

Thanks for all of your help. This forum has been a lifesaver.

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Looking for a set of OEM 17" Lexus wheels to mount winter tires on my 2006 IS350. Will I have any issues using 17" GS300 wheels?

Sorry, if this has been addressed ad nauseam. I couldn't find much info searching.

Related to the wheel swap:
Do the TPMS sensors need to be compatible with the wheel (do they all attached the same regardless of wheel), the TPMS system of the car or both? Iíve never owned a car with a TPMS system so I am clueless. I'll do some more searching.

My IS was manufactured in January 2006. Will any 2006+ Lexus/Toyota TPMS sensors work?

Thanks for all of your help. This forum has been a lifesaver.
The wheels DO need to be TPMS compatible. And yes, 2006-2008 TPMS sensors should be compatible with your IS. You "may" need to program it.

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The wheels DO need to be TPMS compatible. And yes, 2006-2008 TPMS sensors should be compatible with your IS. You "may" need to program it.
Thanks for the info.

Will 17" GS300 wheels work on an '06 IS 350?

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What are the sizes? Or what year GS? 1998-2005?

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What are the sizes? Or what year GS? 1998-2005?
I don't know the rim width. The wheels are off of a 2007 GS300. I will put on the narrowest tires that properly fit the rim and still have the correct overall wheel diameter.

Will the offset of those rims work on my car?

Thanks.

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I don't know the rim width. The wheels are off of a 2007 GS300. I will put on the narrowest tires that properly fit the rim and still have the correct overall wheel diameter.

Will the offset of those rims work on my car?

Thanks.
If these are the wheels you are speaking of, they are from the 2006 GS300 and are a 17x7.5" with 35mm offset.

They should fit no problems on your car, but the lack of staggered sizes may be cautionary to you because the IS is "tuned" to work with a staggered setup.


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Thank you very much. That is exactly what I wanted to know.

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OKay, I'm looking to install TSW Snettertons in 18X8 w/ 40mm offset up front and 18x9.5 w/ 40mm offset in the rear. My tire guy wants me to stick with the stock tire size, 225/40/18 & 255/40/18. Will all of this work out fine and look good on a stock height 250?

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Need Help on Wheels and Suspension

Looking to run either 19's or 20's.
8.5 front and 10" rear, and want to lower it for the perfect stance.
So, please gimme any specs and advice for
19x8.5 F and 19x10 R, offset, tire size, and how much to safely lower it

20x8.5 F and 20x10 R, offset, tire size, and lowering.
I appreciate your time, and advice.

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