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Old 07-13-14, 06:50 PM   #5071
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Im running Avant Garde M310's 18x8.5 +35
with 225/40/18 Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2's

on my 2009 is250 awd... stock height doesn't look too bad!
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Old 07-13-14, 10:45 PM   #5072
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Will 19x8.5 +15 F and 19x10 +20 fit a 2007 IS350 RWD? I am unsure of the tire size so any help would be grateful. Also how much rolling, pulling, and shaving would I have to do?
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Old 07-14-14, 06:13 PM   #5073
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Hey guys, so I'm wondering about these set of wheels im looking to buy.

Varrstoen ES111, 18x9.5 +30 and 18x10.5 +30.

I've seen this setup on another member iinkz, and saw that he needed to roll/pull and relocate his tabs and fenders. Im wondering if there's a way to avoid any of this? if not I can get a friend to help me with rolling/pulling but i'm not familiar with relocating the tabs!
Depending on how low you go, you could prob get away with it but you might need a roll. And you can just search for the tab relocation thread many posted a pic and its pretty self explanatory
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Old 07-21-14, 09:58 PM   #5074
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Was wondering what I have to do to fit 18x10.5 +15 in the rear on my is250 rwd with Megan racing coils
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Old 07-29-14, 10:53 AM   #5075
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ok ... How about the fitment on some Stance http://www.stancewheels.com/wheels/s...6ix-slate-grey they have 20"s in a couple different with but there all a +35 except for the 20x10.5 is a +45 .... how is this gonna fit on my IS250 with a BCR coilover drop ... am i gonna have rubbing amd i gonna have to roll the fenders ... im looking for the very flush look ... not gonna have any camber straight daily driver ... lowered on some nice concave wheels
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Old 07-31-14, 04:28 PM   #5076
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Will 19x9.5 19x10.5 +10 fit on an is250 with just a fender roll and relocated bumper tab on a 2008 IS250. Will be maxing out on Megan camber arms front and rear. +5 to +7
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Old 08-06-14, 11:34 PM   #5077
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Will a set of str 607s 18x8 18x9 35mm offset fit on a is350? Or Will the same 18" vossen cv3s fit over the is350 front calipers? Str 607s are vossen cv3 replicas basically I was wondering if they will fit with the is350 front calipers or not with the slim inner barrel... Also I should do 225/40 /18 front and 255/35/ 18 rears on an is250 awd correct? Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks
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Old 08-08-14, 01:16 AM   #5078
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Hi guys, need some advice on what might fit better. Looking at a set of Work Meister S1 and set of SSR Professors.

Work = 18x8 38p front and 18x8 38p rear
SSR = 18x7.5 43p front and 18x8.5 43p rear

Going of my calculations the works will be a little more flush, where the SSR are closer to the stock wheels right? Any issues with these clearing IS350 brakes?

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Old 08-09-14, 03:59 PM   #5079
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This thread would work much better if different people posted pictures of their setups and specs. Its 400 pages of reading and such my eyes hurt already and I still havent figured out what will or wont fit on my car lmao.
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I'm currently running 275/30 on my 19 inch 9.5 rears... I want to get 285/30/19...

car is dropped 2 inches with Road Magnet springs... fenders are not rolled... with current setup I don't have any issues with rubbing...

can I run 285/30 without any issues?

thank you in advance for all your help
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Old 08-11-14, 05:36 AM   #5081
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This thread would work much better if different people posted pictures of their setups and specs. Its 400 pages of reading and such my eyes hurt already and I still havent figured out what will or wont fit on my car lmao.
That's what the search function is for. Search the thread for the wheel fitment you have questions about, IE. "18x9 +15". If nothing comes up, search for "18x9" and you'll get hits with offsets close to +15, then just use common knowledge to estimate.

Want to make sure rolling diameter is in check?
http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Tire-Size-Calculator

Want to compare your current setup to your new setup?
http://www.willtheyfit.com/

Using all of the above, anyone should be able to figure out for themselves what will or will not fit in terms of stance. As far as the work required to achieve that stance.. Well, just prepare for the worst. Roll fenders, trim wheel liners, be prepared to relocate bumper tabs, get adjustable camber arms and finally, get a four-wheel alignment.
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Old 08-11-14, 09:56 AM   #5082
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Will a set of str 607s 18x8 18x9 35mm offset fit on a is350? Or Will the same 18" vossen cv3s fit over the is350 front calipers? Str 607s are vossen cv3 replicas basically I was wondering if they will fit with the is350 front calipers or not with the slim inner barrel... Also I should do 225/40 /18 front and 255/35/ 18 rears on an is250 awd correct? Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks
Cv3's cleared my isf calipers and I'm pretty sure it'll clear the is350 calipers..

As far as the tire set up your asking about for your is250 awd, I was always taught that awd rim/tire set up should be square. Because if the diameter of the rims aren't equal it could put stress on your differential
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^^^ The IS350 calipers are a little bulkier than the ISF calipers.
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Old 08-11-14, 10:38 AM   #5084
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^^^ The IS350 calipers are a little bulkier than the ISF calipers.

No way xD . Highly doubt that
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Old 08-11-14, 10:48 AM   #5085
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I love that there are people on here simply reading everyones question and posting responses. Everybody's questions gets answered! Lol thats awesome. Anyways after owing 8 Hondas from S2000, to turbo EG's and TL-S I finally got out the Honda game and bought a beautiful luxury package IS350.

The rim in question is KOING SSM 18X8 +45, 18X9+50. The front rim is pretty much exact spec as the oem rim, the rear is only .5" wider. The offsets are 'weak' compared to most of the rims posted on here.

These should clear without fender rolling correct?
Shouldn't have rubbing issues right? I know it depends how long I go but i plan on going to just barely tucking tires, no finger gap.
Being 18x8+45 in the front that wont be a problem for the front caliper as it is pretty much oem size?
What tire size do you guys recommend? I'd like a small stretched look to it since my offsets aren't aggressive.
I might want to add spacers to both front and rear for a more flushed with fender look. Can somebody give me insight on how much I should probably go?

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not my picture but just a reference for the rim.
Welcome man! Seems like you and I were on the same boat! I owned a ek9 , Cl9 , UA7 type S also ( true honda/Acura owners will know what I'm talking about lol ). Decided I needed to step up to a lexus after my gf's is350 kept killing my TL :/ .

Anyways, that wheel set up your talking about seems like it's for a flush fitment for an s2k.. With that much high offset id worry of the wheel rubbing against the suspension rather then the fender line.

And if you want that stretch look , probably want to look into wider rims with +30ish offset ( maybe like 18x9.5 and 18x10.5) . If you really want a stretch look on a 8in rim , you probably wanna run 215/35r18( not enough rubber for our cars lol )

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