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Old 07-27-14, 06:46 AM   #391
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Can someone please tell me if this setup would work on a 2009 Awd not yet lowered ??

The wheels need new tires so I will change them out but it's the offsets I'm concerned about?



Wheel Specs:
VS-86-0N05 20X10.5 5-114 +45 VVS-086 MSCL
VS-86-0N01 20X9 5-114.3 +38 VVS-086 MSCL

Current Tire Specs:
FK-28-195-012 285/25ZR20 93Y RF FK-452 2 338.00
FK-28-195-008 245/30ZR20 90Y RF FK-452 2 175.00
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Old 07-29-14, 08:31 PM   #392
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Can someone please tell me if this setup would work on a 2009 Awd not yet lowered ??

The wheels need new tires so I will change them out but it's the offsets I'm concerned about?



Wheel Specs:
VS-86-0N05 20X10.5 5-114 +45 VVS-086 MSCL
VS-86-0N01 20X9 5-114.3 +38 VVS-086 MSCL

Current Tire Specs:
FK-28-195-012 285/25ZR20 93Y RF FK-452 2 338.00
FK-28-195-008 245/30ZR20 90Y RF FK-452 2 175.00
The offset sounds about right. I have an AWD with 20'' x 8.5 all around, offset is +38. Regarding the rear tires, you don't want to go with that. You may want to check 275/30-20 as they're cheaper and won't rub. Hope that helps
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Old 08-18-14, 11:16 AM   #393
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I just bought a 2012 IS250 AWD recently, the car came with stock 17" with 225/45/17. i always like the 370z 19" sport wheels. below are the specs, it's on stock height and I'm not planning to lower, what you guys think? rub? i'll need spacer?

19x9 +47 front,245-40-19
19x10 +30 rear 275-35-19
Bridgestone Potenza

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Old 08-22-14, 05:27 PM   #394
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2010 Lexus IS250 AWD
19x8.5 +35
19x9.5 +40

235/35/19
275/30/19

Lowering on F-sport Lowering Spring
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Old 08-22-14, 06:59 PM   #395
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2010 Lexus IS250 AWD
19x8.5 +35
19x9.5 +40

235/35/19
275/30/19

Lowering on F-sport Lowering Spring
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Old 09-16-14, 10:21 AM   #396
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I just bought my wheels couple weeks ago and just need some pro tips about what tire size should I get and if there's any adjustments on the camber and I pretty sure I'm gonna need some fender modification on this one. currently lowered right now with at least 2 finger front and a lil -finger rear. Pic would be really great too. thanks.

I got a F19x9.5 +22 & R19x11 +25. I was thinking of gettin a 225/35/19 on the front and 255/35/19 on the rear with Continental Extreme DW.
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Old 09-16-14, 07:47 PM   #397
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I just bought my wheels couple weeks ago and just need some pro tips about what tire size should I get and if there's any adjustments on the camber and I pretty sure I'm gonna need some fender modification on this one. currently lowered right now with at least 2 finger front and a lil -finger rear. Pic would be really great too. thanks.

I got a F19x9.5 +22 & R19x11 +25. I was thinking of gettin a 225/35/19 on the front and 255/35/19 on the rear with Continental Extreme DW.
Scratch this. Lol I didnt saw that this thread is for awd only. I have a rwd. But it would be really great if some1 can help me on this lol
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Old 09-24-14, 09:49 AM   #398
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Currently I have a 2006 RWD with 18x8.5 +33 front 18x9.5 +38 with 235/40/18 255/40/18. Stock springs.

I really like the 19 inch Linea Corse lc818 and was wondering if I can somehow fit 19inch but with 40 low profile tires for the ride quality. If not then what is the closest alternative? 225/40/19 and 245/40/19?

How is the quality difference between 40s and 35s?
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Old 09-29-14, 01:14 PM   #399
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40 profile is huge.on 19 the minimal is 35.if you will go with 40 you will rub not on top.you will rub underfender plastic in front and back of wheel on turns(which are face to head and tail of car)
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Pretty sure I will rub with varrstoen es7 wheels but curious what tire size I should go on them planning on getting 19x9.5 all around but +12 front and +22 rear will be lowered on road magnets for now and maybe bc coils when spring hits..
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wow lol, and all this time i thought i couldn't run a staggered setup.
okay well i need help choosing tires. I have 18x9.5 all around with +22 offset. i will be lowering the car on f sport springs or h&r springs.
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hey guys -

i have an o9 is 250 awd, not lowered and on stock wheels/tires . i'm looking to get a winter wheel/tire set-up and ran across these:

Bridgestone Blizzak LM-22 235/50R18

18 Inch Lexus Ls460 Ls600 Wheel Rim Factory Oem; Rim Diameter: 18; Rim Width: 7.5; Offset: +32mm
Number of Bolts: 5; Bolt Pattern: 5x120mm

Would these fit nicely?

Thanks in advance!

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