honestly get something smaller, it won't be worth raising the car and modifying the fenders. i had 20's and i didn't like em. be prepared for the most uncomfortable ride of your life if you don't do it right, not to mention the paranoia of curb rashing and potholes
You can pull off 22's if its widebody, slammed and aggressive as ****. But thinking about it.... 22 front... tough to do, 20" yes..
I think it's possible like RedPhoenix said, but it would be tough to do. I have seen a sick SC posted on here that had 21" wheels and it looked good. It was slammed to the ground and had a body kit though.
Originally Posted by ArodDaLob
oil change without a jack, 5 ft long ramps, wood, or bricks. driveway without wood planks or backing onto the curb to get room for more angling. 45mph over speed bumps. sounds pretty awesome to me.
It does sound like a good idea. When my car was slammed on 18"s, I used to dream of that kind of stuff. I couldn't even get most jacks under my car and I basically drove at an angle/sideways everywhere I went. Some giant 22"s would have helped.
Originally Posted by Dx3
How can I order this shipment of fail? We don't live near the ocean.
93 Lexus SC300
02 Lexus LS430
05 Lexus LS430 UL
95 Toyota Supra
22 fits right if the offset is right. but there to big for the SC. 22 are the reason why the transmission takes a dump because of the cheap china heavy weight rims. I seen 24" even 26" here in the bay area, i think it looks dumb as hell cutting the front fender and rear fender to fit lol FAILED i prefer 20"