Anyone no of someone that has put on a set of TRD 18" Rims off the Camary on a LS1 or a LS2? I found a deal that is to hard to pass up and I'm wondering if they would fit and if they would look good at all. They are the same lug pattern the 5 on 114.5, but the back spacing is different and I'm wondering if they would hit the caliper. http://www.toyotapartsstore.com/imag...-TRD-wheel.jpg
I am a devoted Toyota Lexus dude and I like keeping every after-market part to be related some how to the Toyota Lexus Family.
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and toyota doesnt make those wheels themselves, they're made by the big jdm wheel houses and private labelled for TRD.
1. Black on Black 1999 LS400 PM-spec
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2. 1989 Toyota Supra white package
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3. Black 2004 IS300 -Manaray-HKS-Eibach-
4. Ebony Teal 1995 LS400 11-8-06
Well Duhh on that one. I know what GM LS motor codes are. I just abbreviate on things. I'm lazy. Don't get me started on engine codes. I know all the engine codes in the Toyota Lexus world, and some in the GM and Suzuki and Nissan and Dodge and well you get what I mean. I meant LS2 As in Lexus LS 400 Second Gen, or Non as the UCF20.
OH and Duhh on the Wheels to, non of the trd wheels are made by Toyota But they have that little sign that says "TRD" and they were designed by trd also. And being in the Toyota Lexus world as long as I have I know all the TRD products that have been put out and I know what is JDM or aftermarket or something like TRD that is basically americanized JDM products that are way over priced. I just want the name.
I don't mind the width, I live in Utah and Winters here suck sometimes. The wider the tire the more likely to spin out. And thanks for the spacer tip. I just remembered that I have a set in the garage. They came off a 1995 2jz-gte supra.