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Old 08-20-10, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default Will those Wheels Fit an IS250 AWD - Part Uno

OK I have been going through the Will Those Wheels Fit? Start Here...

From what I have read, IS350 and IS250 and IS250 AWD do not share the same specs when it comes to wheels & tires.

I find the thread confusing, because not everyone says what model they have. (not to mention the 95+ pages)

I thought maybe I could start a thread just for people who have a IS250 AWD

Maybe they could state what after market wheel/tire sizes / offsets they have

With the permission of the mods, I would make a list of all that works by editing this post with responses.

Tire Size Calcualtor

IS250 AWD 2006-2010
OEM
F & R 17x8 45mm offset 5x144 - Tire 225/45/17

None Staggered Set-up's

F - 19x9__40mm offset__tire 235/35/19
R - 19x9__34mm offset__tire 235/35/19


Thanks to Iaobo979 Staggered Set-Up Thread started by mdgrwl Good read, below are some set-ups from that thread ordered by size.

F - 18x8____not listed____tire 225/40/18 "OEM wheels from IS350"
R - 18x8.5__not listed____tire 255/35/18

F - 18x8____35mm offset__tire 235/40/18
R - 18x10___38mm offset__tire 275/35/18

F - 19x8.5__35mm offset__tire 235/35/19
R - 19x9.5__39mm offset__tire 275/30/19

F - 19x8.5__35mm offset__tire 235/35/19
R - 19x9.5__36mm offset__tire 265/30/19

F - 19x8.5__36mm offset__tire 235/35/19
R - 19x9.5__37mm offset__tire 265/30/19

F - 19x8.5__40mm offset__tire 235/35/19
R - 19x10___45mm offset__tire 265/30/19

F - 19x8.5__40mm offset___tire 235/35/19
R - 19x10___38mm offset___tire 275/30/19

F - 19x9_____not listed____tire 235/35/19
R - 19x9.5___not listed____tire 265/30/19

F - 19x9____22mm offset___tire 225/35/19
R - 19x10___22mm offset___tire 235/35/19

F - 19x9____25mm offset___tire 225/40/19
R - 19x10___35mm offset___tire 255/35/19

F - 20x8.5___30mm offset____tire 245/30/20
R - 20x10____38mm offset____tire 285/25/20
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Stagger will work as long as your stay within the stock diameter search stagger awd and it will pop up. And the 250awd, rwd & 350 wheel will all have the same bolt pattern.
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You forgot mine:

18x8 +35 - 235/40/18
18x10 +38 - 275/35/18
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You forgot mine:

18x8 +35 - 235/40/18
18x10 +38 - 275/35/18
Noted and added

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Would running 19x8.5" rims all around look odd w/o a lowering springs or coilovers? I just want to get the stock 17s off my AWD and would like to put 19s on -- assuming it doesn't look dumb. Thoughts? Any pics of an AWD w/ 19s that is not dropped? Thanks.

Looking at putting on aftermarket tires: 245/35-19 (tire height: 25.75")
Stock tire specs: 245/45-17 (tire height: 25.68")
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I didn't do staggered 19s for my AWD. Specs, 19x9 +40 F, 19x9 +34 R. 235/35/19 Hankook V12. My next set will probably be staggered.

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Would running 19x8.5" rims all around look odd w/o a lowering springs or coilovers? I just want to get the stock 17s off my AWD and would like to put 19s on -- assuming it doesn't look dumb. Thoughts? Any pics of an AWD w/ 19s that is not dropped? Thanks.
Good question, would be nice to see, as I have not lowered mine yet, and would probably only lower after new wheels.

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I didn't do staggered 19s for my AWD. Specs, 19x9 +40 F, 19x9 +34 R. 235/35/19 Hankook V12. My next set will probably be staggered.
Thanks, now did you need to use different sized offsets for the rear?
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I've linked this thread in the original post of the "Will those wheels fit" thread to help AWD owners find this information. Good luck guys!

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good thread, this will definitely help out AWD owners. For 19x8.5, 19x10 you can run 235/35/19 and 275/30/19 to get EXACT overall diameter. That's my setup with +42F and +38R
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good thread, this will definitely help out AWD owners. For 19x8.5, 19x10 you can run 235/35/19 and 275/30/19 to get EXACT overall diameter. That's my setup with +42F and +38R
Thanks added

Also can tell me why you are running a smaller offset on your rear, when everyone else is running smaller on their fronts.

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I've linked this thread in the original post of the "Will those wheels fit" thread to help AWD owners find this information. Good luck guys!

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Also can tell me why you are running a smaller offset on your rear, when everyone else is running smaller on their fronts.

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My rear offset is actually more aggressive than my front offset. Closer to 0 the more aggressive it is. My front's offset is pretty weak because i'm trying to avoid any rubbing.
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I am running the following:

Rims

Cordon Alloys CR-10 Matte Silver w/ matte black accents and chrome lip.

Tires
Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta

Front
20x8.5x30 Rim 245/30/20 Tire

Back

20x10x38 Rim 285/25/20 Tire



Ive ran the same tires on my previous staggered setup with no problems for about 2 years already.

First AWD on AIR!!!!!
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I am running the following:

Rims

Cordon Alloys CR-10 Matte Silver w/ matte black accents and chrome lip.

Tires
Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta

Front
20x8.5x30 Rim 245/30/20 Tire

Back

20x10x38 Rim 285/25/20 Tire

Ive ran the same tires on my previous staggered setup with no problems for about 2 years already.

First AWD on AIR!!!!!
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Thanks, had your set-up down but was missing the offset.

Love your ride

BTW can you explain the hood and how you got it?
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