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Old 11-09-13, 01:09 PM   #1
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I would like to get a thread going with pics of max spacers for flush front and rear on OEM F sport wheels
right now the consensus is 25 mm front and rear
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Old 11-12-13, 02:59 AM   #2
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no one is running spacers ?
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Old 11-13-13, 07:35 PM   #3
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no one is running spacers ?
I will more then likely be running a spacer on my front with new wheels will keep you posted!
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I would like to know this too, which spacers? Iam weary of vibrations...
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Old 12-04-13, 12:16 PM   #5
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I think a 25mm may be bit to aggressive. The 3IS is a extremely high offset car. Even more than the 2IS. If I were looking to run spacers on my stock wheels I would try going with a 12-15mm hub centric spacer. Try looking into Akata spacers. I've used them in the past on several of my vehicles. Great quality and good price.
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Old 12-04-13, 02:45 PM   #6
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looking at all the wheel offsets and fit tests, the 15 MM on both front and rear on stock is best fit.....and 8.5" ET35 on all fours fits flush
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I think a 25mm may be bit to aggressive. The 3IS is a extremely high offset car. Even more than the 2IS. If I were looking to run spacers on my stock wheels I would try going with a 12-15mm hub centric spacer. Try looking into Akata spacers. I've used them in the past on several of my vehicles. Great quality and good price.
extremely high offset car...

Are you implying wheels without a lip?
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Old 01-09-14, 09:28 AM   #8
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according to
http://www.clublexus.com/forums/buil...ml#post8300280

20 mm should be flush
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Update for you all. I went with a 25mm and really like the look. They are flush and just slighty come out from the fenders just a tad. My personal opinion is that they are not to aggressive and with a drop really give the car a good look. I will post some pictures up later today of the install and how they look.

BTW these were H&R Track Spacers. I really wanted a quality spacer and I was able to get a set for the new GS since they do not currently make any for the IS officially and the GS spacers fit perfectly up onto the IS. As I said pictures to come later today.
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Update for you all. I went with a 25mm and really like the look. They are flush and just slighty come out from the fenders just a tad. My personal opinion is that they are not to aggressive and with a drop really give the car a good look. I will post some pictures up later today of the install and how they look.

BTW these were H&R Track Spacers. I really wanted a quality spacer and I was able to get a set for the new GS since they do not currently make any for the IS officially and the GS spacers fit perfectly up onto the IS. As I said pictures to come later today.
PICS Please. I just order my RSR-Downs. I love the Fsport wheel and plan an keeping them. Ive been debating spacers too. Thanks
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Here are some pictures of the spacers. I will take more pictures next week once the springs are on so you can see how it looks when it's dropped with the spacers. The first picture of the right side rear is the stock fitment and then the second picture of the left side is with the spacer on.

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very nice, i still think 20 will be best with a modest drop like tanabe or s tech
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Im running 15mm front and rear

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What type of drop are you on?
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Very nice! I was all settle for 20mm but now I might have to go with 15mm. Do you have pics from different angles? What brand spacers are they?
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