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Old 03-13-19, 02:31 PM
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I don't know about an "issue", but they are going to be really sunken into the wheel wells.
perhaps bring it out a little with spacers?
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Why not get the right specs in the first place?
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Originally Posted by firelizard View Post
Why not get the right specs in the first place?
Working with what I have....
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Then just put them on and find out?
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Originally Posted by firelizard View Post
Then just put them on and find out?
yeah, that's perhaps the best way to experiment. I do have some spacers which I may put into the mix as well....I know this community has different thoughts on spacers, but, as a completely stock vehicle I believe it should be aright....
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Im looking at a set of 20◊9 wheels for my 99 gs300 with +38 offset. My car is dropped 1.5 in front and 1 inch in back. What size tire would i need to make this setup work with no problems
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New to this wheel fitment game and didn't feel like searching through 67 pages of replies.
My question is running a squared set up can 9 or 9.5 be place all around? Assuming that staying in the same offset.
I want to run either concaved or deep dish wheels.
Any help is appreciated.
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Originally Posted by R3VO666 View Post
New to this wheel fitment game and didn't feel like searching through 67 pages of replies.

I'm going to tell you this: the answer is 100%, absolutely within those 67 pages of replies.
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19x11 + 7 / 225/40
19x11.5 0 / 245/35
On air and adjustable arms
i know itís aggressive just wondering if itís remotely possible with a pull. Trying to get a flush fitment.
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don't post in here much. Current set up is

20x9+32 245 35 20
20x10.5 275 30 20

Looking at a set of 19's and can't decide on tires. I've looked online, CL, and pics and can't determine what will work..
new set up would be

19x8.5 +35
19x10 + 40

Carid recommends 245 35 and 275 30. Should i stay with those specs? Will the 275 30 look to small for rear? Its been years since i had 19's and at the time i had a fat tire setup. 40 front, 35 rear. thanks in advanced..
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I know there was a formula used to figure out wheel clearances (before hitting suspension or fender) for the IS300 guys on the MY.IS forum, and I was wondering is there anything like that here for the 2GS?

Trying to stuff 08-09 ISF wheels under my 2GS. Stock suspension and no fender mods at the moment, however will be rolled and dropped in the future... I'm thinking these will fit the stock car now, but can anyone else confirm?

Front:
19x8 +45
245/40/19

Rear:
19x9 +55
265/35/19

Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by toneekay View Post
I know there was a formula used to figure out wheel clearances (before hitting suspension or fender) for the IS300 guys on the MY.IS forum, and I was wondering is there anything like that here for the 2GS?

Trying to stuff 08-09 ISF wheels under my 2GS. Stock suspension and no fender mods at the moment, however will be rolled and dropped in the future... I'm thinking these will fit the stock car now, but can anyone else confirm?

Front:
19x8 +45
245/40/19
Rear:
19x9 +55
265/35/19

Thanks in advance!
willitfit.com. You can input current wheel specs and compare new wheel specs and see how they fit
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Originally Posted by tmf2004 View Post
willitfit.com. You can input current wheel specs and compare new wheel specs and see how they fit
Nice!

Thanks
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Originally Posted by tmf2004 View Post
willitfit.com. You can input current wheel specs and compare new wheel specs and see how they fit
OMG... I almost read that as willitblend. Didn't know they made a Blendtec that big...
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