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These are the wheels i've been looking at

2006 Lexus IS250 RWD Auto
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20x8.5" +30 with 235/30/20 TIRES in front

20x10" +35 with 275/30/20 TIRES in rear.

1.5" drop (H&R Sport or Tein S-Tech)

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would these fit a 2009 250 awd.. i wanna run 225-235/40-45/ tires


Wheel Style - Linea Corse Lemans
Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 18"
Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5"
PCD Bolt Pattern - 5x114.3
Offset - 30mm
Hub Bore - 67.1mm
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might do coilovers later on...want a small drop like 1 inch all around..tien comfort coilovers
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I have these wheel on my last car, but before I would put rubber on the wheel i need to make it sure that the tire will fit on my car (IS 250),front 18X8.5 235/40 offset +30, rear 18x8.5 255/40 offset +30
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Hi guys, I'm planning to get this, can you help me check if the offset is ok? thank you!

18x7.5 37offset 225 40 18
18x8.5 32offset 245 45 18

any fender roll here??
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need helps about offset 18"

Hi guys, I'm planning to get this, can you help me check if the offset is ok?

18x7.5 37offset 225 40 18 front
18x8.5 32offset 245 45 18 rear

any fender roll here??
thank you!
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Hi guys, I'm planning to get this, can you help me check if the offset is ok?

18x7.5 37offset 225 40 18 front
18x8.5 32offset 245 45 18 rear

any fender roll here??
thank you!
If AWD don't stagger. (your trany will hate you) If RWD, the rear tire looks a little tall. I would recommend no taller than a 245/40R18. You may need a little fender roll in the rear with the 32 offset but it will depend on the tire you choose. (some run narrow, some run wide) Falken's tend to run on the narrow side, BFG and Yokohama tend to run wide.

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Thank you very much for such info.
how about 37offset for the rear?

I'm with the stock suspensions, didnt lower them.
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will this work?

im looking for a nice and flush offset keeping the factory tires. What do u think about this offset
18x8.5 +25
18x9.5 +35
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and if u have any suggestions, please.
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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

sorry to bump an old thread... what wheel is this? post #28
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I live in Toronto and waiting for my 2010 IS350 to arrive hopefully by the end of the month. I've been doing some research on winter rims and tires and have decided getting the Toyo Garit KXs 225/50/17 all around. It was recommended based on the fact that I could rotate them in the future and get better life out of them. (Stock size all season tires are 225/40/18 front and 255/40/18 rear). After doing some calculations, the speedometer would be off roughly around 2% which is acceptable from what I know at least. As for the rims, the shop I went to recommended MSR rims style 068 which are 17 x 7inches having an offset of 35mm. I asked the store owner on more than one occasion weather this would fit and he was certain. From what I've heard, the brake calipers on the IS350 are large and not all 17 x 7inch rims would fit. My first question is, is this true? and if so, should I be looking at 17 x 8inch rims instead? Second question..if the brake calipers are too big to be contained by the 17 x 7inch rim I mentioned earlier, would wheel spacers do the trick? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!

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IS300 wheels

Anybody try IS300 wheels on an IS350?

I think the IS300 wheels are 17x7 with +50 offset. I've tried searching but not luck so far. I'd like to pick these rims and mount with winters along with TPMS. Thanks!
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you cutting your fenders?
Hi Kayotik and you seem well informed on the Lexus IS stuff. We have IS250 from 2007 and am close to needing front tires. Has stock factory chrome wheels, 8" on front and 8 and 1/2 on rear. Front tires are 225/40/18 and back are 255/40/18 and I want to know if the 255/40 would fit the front? Thanks for quick reply and if you want send me an answer at yojoromo@charter.net and thanks again for any help.

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hey guys im planning on getting rims 19x9 +36 up front and 19x10 +37 in the back what tires would i get in order to fit my IS250 with out rolling fenders and all that good stuff.. thank you in advance
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