No its not...there are adapters to convert 1 bolt patter to another. Its not really a great way to do it and it will add about -20mm to the offset. So they would be 25mm instead of 45mm....which will PROBABLY fit...but a gain, its kinda a rigged way to do it.
Well I stand corrected. I didn't know there were adapters like that... learn something new every day!
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haha, those are not even close to being aggressive.
yes they will fit.
if you plan on lowering your car, you might need to roll the rear fenders. also you might have to run a smaller tire. you wouldnt want to stretch the tire too much cause with 20's you have to run a 30 series profile.
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Those would not even come close to working. With those you need 35 front and 38 rear and that is the most you should run, unless you are going to run pathetically puny tires.
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+27 Front and +29 Rear are about the maximum the IS can handle in the widths you described. Even then, you will have to stretch some pretty small tires on there to make them work.
I measured and measured and used lazer alignment tools to decide the offsets on my IS, taking into account I wanted real world tires that could handle potholes and speedbumps, etc. The maximum offset I could get was +30 front and +35 rear. Of course I also didnt want to roll fenders. I could have gone +30 rear with a fender roll, and a skinnier tire.
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