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Old 09-12-13, 08:13 AM   #1
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Default 19" F-Sport wheels on IS250 AWD

So this is what I've been thinking lately
The F-Sport wheels come in either 18's (18x8 +40?) and 19's (19x8/9 +40)

The AWD IS250 is supposed to go with the 18's square setup
But I'm wondering if I can roll with a 19x9 +40 square setup?

I know in theory yes but my question comes down to whether there will be any issues with the studs or lug nuts since lip size is different for the F (19x8) and R (19x9). There is more lip on the R (19x9) and if it's possible to fit that in the front.

If this is doable, which F-Sport lug nuts should I be going with? (short ones or long ones?)

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