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18" staggered fitment, pretty sure 18x8.5 and 18x9.5... wheels are about a year old, less than 500 miles on the wheels and tires - these are the fat setup, car was lowered too much on Tein suspension so there are some cuts in the outside edge of the rear tires, but none are deep enough to cause any issues... Fronts are 245/45-18 Dunlops, rears are 295/40-18 Falken Azenis RT-615
Prefer pickup or meet somewhere in Missouri, I am an hour east of Kansas City...
Selling these for my brother, parting out the rest of the car too, a 98 GS300, will have a rolling chassis available too, has Tein Comfort coilovers on it... I figure 1000 is fair for what is here... the front tires were $340, wheels were $700, rears were over $400, and we'll throw in the lug nuts which were another $50 or so...
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2001 Lexus IS300 - 500whp/476wtq (Mustang Dyno)PTE 6765/Custom AEM EMS - Auburn Sky Pearl (1 of 1348)
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Make an offer on the lugs... and the rear tires are huge, but they fit well with rolled fenders... we just had the car too low and over bumps it would rub... raised it back up an inch and it quit rubbing almost completely... a very small fender pull would have made them never rub...