Another classic choice, 5-spokes look good on every car and lend a sportier look. A Lexus is one of the few cars that looks appropriate with tasteful chrome, like in this case. Depending on how thick/thin your spokes are, painting calipers may be another mod on the "to do" list, since you can see the stock calipers with thin spokes.
So here LasVegasGS chops and lowers his GS
Finally, YL06GS also has 3m tint all around. Great work!
The 20" wheels look great on the GS, it really fills the wheel wells. This is another classic 5"spoke wheel, very thick so it hides the calipes well. The tint sets it off as well!
Here's a Black Onyx GS300 w/19" Volk LE37T at Longo Lexus that we were talking about in a previous thread. Photo taken on 3/12/05, the same time Rominl was there. I didn't have time to get all the stats for the wheel/tire setup. But the rear wheels are 19x9.5 +45 offset 5x114.3. The rears were wrapped w/Toyo T1-S 275/30YR19 tires.
IMHO needs to be lowered.
More great wheels, Volks and a nice staggered setup. We can't wait for the spring kits to start coming so these cars can be dropped!
ps - i used Suntek Carbon film, absolutely no metallic whatsoever and lifetime warranty against fading, peeling, etc. i wanted a non-reflective glare since the car is sparkly white i thought a reflective glare would be just too much. i had a bad experience with a previous GS using non-metallic tint on back and minimal metallic on sides (that's what the guy recommended), and the reception was SO bad. keep in mind that although the wires may be built into the *back* glass, metallic interference anywhere affects the reception sometimes. and NO, the tint is not that dark! my camera sucks and it is blazing sunny here today, so the contrast against the white car makes it look like a limo tint from that angle. it's actually a medium tint all around and you can see through it normally (in fact, if i had parked against the white wall as i did previously, the tint would have appeared much lighter).
Nortrack from the U.K has done a great job with the tint!