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Old 02-15-16, 09:06 AM
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So I've got a 93 SC300, did a 2jzgte / R154 swap and now it's finally time to freshen up the look! So who runs these Cosmis wheels? I have seen them on a few SC's for a while now, just trying to figure out which ones to order now...and I am completely illiterate when it comes to wheel fitments

https://www.cosmisusa.com/shop/xt-206r-2/

Any help is very appreciated!!!
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Are you running the LS400 BBK or at least plan to?

Coming from Zack from Sonic Motors you'll need the 18x9.5 +10 will fit without spacer.
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Those look hard
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Are you running the LS400 BBK or at least plan to?

Coming from Zack from Sonic Motors you'll need the 18x9.5 +10 will fit without spacer.
I was just talking to my brother about that LS400 BBK, I do plan on doing an upgrade. How will that affect the fitment? That's actually who I plan on purchasing through, he said the same. Now to decide, do the 18x9.5 +10 in the rear and the 18x9 +33 in the front? or do the 18x9.5 +10 all around? Going to post a photo of my car here in a min!
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Currently have is 350 wheels on it
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Originally Posted by kcree006 View Post
I was just talking to my brother about that LS400 BBK, I do plan on doing an upgrade. How will that affect the fitment? That's actually who I plan on purchasing through, he said the same. Now to decide, do the 18x9.5 +10 in the rear and the 18x9 +33 in the front? or do the 18x9.5 +10 all around? Going to post a photo of my car here in a min!
Well it depends on a few factors...mainly being if you to roll your fenders or not?

I'm running 18x9 in the front and 18x10 in the back and I rolled all four corners as a precaution and I'm glad I did.

I plan on purchasing a set of XT206r with a stagger fitment because of the LS400 BBK and the fact that I like having a wider wheel in the back especially with a Supra TT LSD in the rear.

The LS400 is wider than the OEM calipers up front so you'll need a slightly wider offset in the front. There are plenty of threads that go into more detail, I don't want to give you possibly wrong information.
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Originally Posted by DuWerke View Post
Well it depends on a few factors...mainly being if you to roll your fenders or not?

I'm running 18x9 in the front and 18x10 in the back and I rolled all four corners as a precaution and I'm glad I did.

I plan on purchasing a set of XT206r with a stagger fitment because of the LS400 BBK and the fact that I like having a wider wheel in the back especially with a Supra TT LSD in the rear.

The LS400 is wider than the OEM calipers up front so you'll need a slightly wider offset in the front. There are plenty of threads that go into more detail, I don't want to give you possibly wrong information.
I won't mind rolling fenders and removing the liners if I have to. I however want to avoid pulling my rear fenders and I have a fear of bacon fenders. If I have to mod the front fenders I won't mind, they are replaceable. lol

Speaking of which I just got my hands on a Tomei LSD that will be going in
No worries, I will be doing some measurements once I get the car back from the tuner, hopefully soon... What offsets are you looking at?
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You'll definitely need to mod your rear quarters and fenders if you're low.
This is a shot of the add in Craig's list locally with 18x11
Not my ride
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full shot: https://www.clublexus.com/forums/sc-...ml#post9206184

as much as I like them, I think they're just very heavy
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Originally Posted by kcree006 View Post
I won't mind rolling fenders and removing the liners if I have to. I however want to avoid pulling my rear fenders and I have a fear of bacon fenders. If I have to mod the front fenders I won't mind, they are replaceable. lol

Speaking of which I just got my hands on a Tomei LSD that will be going in
No worries, I will be doing some measurements once I get the car back from the tuner, hopefully soon... What offsets are you looking at?
18x9.5 +10 so I can clear the LS400 BBK

18x11 +8 in the rears. My rears are already rolls slightly to prevent scrubbing in the rears.
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Originally Posted by jadu View Post
full shot: https://www.clublexus.com/forums/sc-...ml#post9206184

as much as I like them, I think they're just very heavy
Thank you for the link!!
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Originally Posted by kcree006 View Post
Thank you for the link!!
no problem. there's a lot of pics I've seen here and there. I was real close to personally buying a set
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I'll post some pics after I get these installed in a few weeks, I ordered 18x11 +8 for the rear and 18x9.5 +10 in the front, but I will attempt to fit 305s on the rear haha:

http://iraceautosports.com/product/c...ibeau-edition/
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