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Looks like we may have missed some questions here. If you are still looking for help with a fitment and would like our assistance please PM us your vehicles exact year, model and trim as well as your question(s) we are happy to help you.

07713, depending on the tire you choose you may need to roll your rear fender. Offset looks great on the front and tight on the rear. (slightly higher in the rear would make selecting a tire easier)

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19" offset of IS250 RWD

Would u please advise the best offset for the most aggressive look for IS250 RWD (19" wheels)?
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Would u please advise the best offset for the most aggressive look for IS250 RWD (19" wheels)?
That is going to depend on the width of the wheel. Most aftermarket 19" wheels for the rear are 9.5" wide and the lowest recommended offset we suggest for this width is +38mm. The max recommended tire width for these wheels dimensions is 275. Keep in mind, this recommendation is for a stock IS250.

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additional equiry for the offset of is250 rwd

Thanks for your opinion. Then what about the front? let's say if I use 19" 8.5J, what offset and tyre dimension do u reckon for the most aggressive look without rubbing the fender? Thanks very much.
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Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 19"
Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5"
PCD Bolt Pattern - 5X114.3
Offset - 38mm
Hub Bore - 73mm

Will i have a problem with these rubbing?? i was thinking going with 245 or 255 tires all around and i was gonna drop the car wit tien htech springs..small drop..???anyone?
just dont want rubbin
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Thanks for your opinion. Then what about the front? let's say if I use 19" 8.5J, what offset and tyre dimension do u reckon for the most aggressive look without rubbing the fender? Thanks very much.
For the front wheels 8.5" wide we recommend an offset in the range of 35-47mm. This would allow you to run a 235/35R19 in the front. Offsets lower than this may require some fender modifications.


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Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 19"
Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5"
PCD Bolt Pattern - 5X114.3
Offset - 38mm
Hub Bore - 73mm

Will i have a problem with these rubbing?? i was thinking going with 245 or 255 tires all around and i was gonna drop the car wit tien htech springs..small drop..???anyone?
just dont want rubbin
Run a 235/35R19 all the way around. With the drop this tire and wheel will fit like a glove. Any tire wider or taller may require some modifications to keep them from rubbing.

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I have a 2008 black is250 and i want to get the Vossen vvs 082 rims. I dont know whether to get 20x9 all the way around, or do a staggered set up with 20x9 in front and 20x10.5 in the back. I want to go with 20's i think. But not positive. I dont want any rubbing. Please help with any suggestions. Thanks
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Vossen makes some great looking wheels. With the right offsets and tires I'm sure either set up would turn heads. PM us if you would like us to help you price the packages out. We would love to earn your business.

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do you think the 20's are to big? should i got with 19?
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Some will say 20" wheels are to big and to go with 19's. It's a personal preference so I suggest getting what you want the first time around.

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I have a 2006 IS 350and I would like to put 20" rims with as big a stagger as i can. Anyone had any luck with this?
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i have a 06 is350, im lookin to get volk ce30s, 19" 9.0 +25 in the front, and 10.0 +15 in the rear, will that fit?

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will stock LS460 tires and rims fit on a 250 AWD without rubbing?
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i seem to lose trend on my tires really fast around 5 months of buying new tires is anyone else having the same problem?

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I apologize in advance, but I have been looking through the searches and have found how low of an offset we can go to get flush with the fenders and even poke. But i found a set of wheels the sizes are staggard 20x8 +40 and 20x9.5 +45. I think that they will sit in a bit and not be flush with the fenders by looking at the offsets with corresponding widths.
My question is whether or not they will fit clearing calipers? I have an 07 Is 350. fenders are not rolled, willing to do so if needed. I'm planning on being dropped on coilovers when i put the wheels on. I kno the front calipers on the 350 are larger than 250's.
I have a bunch of questions and just want to be well informed on modding the 2IS. If anyone has some time i appreciate the help.
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