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Old 08-24-11, 04:16 PM
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20 and 22" do not belong on a RX 1st gen. Only Yaku's RX looks good because the Vert. brand wheels put on. I rather have factory RX330 wheels then "Chrome, blingy" 22's.

I just feel it doesnt flow well with the 1st Gen RX. My wife has a 99 RX300 and im looking to throw some RX330 wheels and paint em graphite/gunmetal.
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Originally Posted by L3XOTIC View Post
20 and 22" do not belong on a RX 1st gen. Only Yaku's RX looks good because the Vert. brand wheels put on. I rather have factory RX330 wheels then "Chrome, blingy" 22's.

I just feel it doesnt flow well with the 1st Gen RX. My wife has a 99 RX300 and im looking to throw some RX330 wheels and paint em graphite/gunmetal.
I just bought some 04 rx330 17" wheels and am happy to keep these i did start this thread. I do believe some chrome wheels look good my car has chrome already everywhere windows mirrors handles it is fabulous badged. So suits the chrome wheels but it does look a lot more modern than just more bling. I am happy having the newer wheels over after market which end of the day i prefer due to having the ability to still mount a gutter if needed.
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i know this thread is old but , anyone have the rx350 19"s on their rx300...Im buying an rx300 probably this weekend and saw a set on Craigs , seem like they would look good for a nice stock look.
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No 19's but I am currently running the RX350 18's and about to put the 20's from the Toyota Venza on. Both are very classy looking on the 1st gen. You should love the 19's just use a wheel calculator to make sure you don't go too large on tire. And don't forget the pics too
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here is mine, 235/55/18 stock rx330 wheels..

I really want to go to 245/55/18.. but looking like I need minimally 5mm spacers in the rear... concerned how much that will effect my transmission.. but would prefer the wider tires and stance..
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hello i was wondering if anyone was able to help me so i can post of picture of my rx330 with 22" tis wheels asap.

my situation is have a 2005 rx330 and as i been reading few people have had the problem of the rear wheel touching the strut due to the wideness of the tire. So im trying to run 22" TIS rims with 285/35 and of course i will need wheel spacer adapters because it rubs against the rear strut. i havent heard or seen anything on rx's with 285/35 or thicker spacers so i am unsure of what thickness of spacer i will need.

i am aware that with the 285's they will be sticking out abit and abit even more with the spacers i dont mind i just need enough clearance from the strut so im not rubbing and im happy! want these on for the summer and not have to sell these i just finished wrapping them gloss back vinyl. i was told that i was need all 4 spacer so it doesnt mess with with my awd so i would need a spacer thickness that not gonna make my front tires rub.

please can anyone help? im not very good with using the offset calculator but the site for my rims it say the offset is 18 how would i calculate to see how big of a spacer i would need to clear my rear strut?
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Crazy it's been so long but since posting bought a house and had a son so took longer than expected and unfortunately I have neglected her more than I'd like to admit but finally got a set of the RX350 F Sport 19's.

Will be purchasing new headlights, new rotors/brakes and a new servo to try to get her back into where she should be then start replacing a few interior items that need an update.

Anyway, here she is.




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i know this thread is old but , anyone have the rx350 19"s on their rx300...Im buying an rx300 probably this weekend and saw a set on Craigs , seem like they would look good for a nice stock look.
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I have been looking at changing to the FSport 20" wheels but it looks so stock in 19s which is good not sure how it will look now car with body kit.

For those that like kits and wheels

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