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Buying wheels today..which offset should I get?

Old 03-26-12, 07:44 AM
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Default Buying wheels today..which offset should I get?

I am going to purchase Lexani LSS8 today and I was wondering which offset I should go w? It's giving me a couple different options.. They are staggered. Here are my options.

Front. 22x9
Offset. 30, 35 or 40

Rear. 22x10.5
Offset. 40 or 45

Keep in mind I plan to lower my car on tanabe spings in the near future.

Which offset should I go with? Can someone give me some recommendations?

Thanks a lot guys!
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Please take a look at this thread to see if it answers your question. This is posted as a sticky at the top of the LS460 forum

CLICK HERE ->> https://www.clublexus.com/forums/ls4...ls-thread.html
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I would say 30F 40R

I have 35F 38R and the front is sunk in just a tad. Rear is perfect. My car is in that thread above for pics ^^^^
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What would it mean if the wheels I am looking at are +10mm front and 35mm rear?
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Originally Posted by LXurious View Post
What would it mean if the wheels I am looking at are +10mm front and 35mm rear?
Without knowing the widths and diameter of the wheel, these offsets mean very little.
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