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sticky thread for xe10 fitment.

 

since 99% of IS300 wheel fitment is weak it is hard to find decent fitment info around the web.. there is no excuse for anything less than 8.5j on an IS300.

 

stock is 17x7 +50.

 

in the front, it looks like 18" wheels provide more inside clearance due to the shape of the upright dogleg.

 

with an 18, front has about 6.1" of inside clearance, rear is about 6.9"

 

with a 17 up front it looks like there is a little less inside clearance, probably like 5.8" (a 5.7 fits fine / 17x9 +30)

 

 

updated due to broken pics:

 

 

 

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17x9j +30 R33 GTR. 215/45 with B&G S3 coils

 

car drives awesome at this height. lower than this, the car bottoms the front upper control arms even with hard springrates.

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i still think the r33s on the IS300 is sexy. thanks for the write up.

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!TEST FIT!

8.5/9.5 18 +30 low disk. 5mm spacer in rear. 215/225 40 feddys. Not much stretch as i figured. Think im gonna try some 215/35 feds in front or even 205 with 215 in the rear. More adjustments to come. No Roll yet.

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looking good. get some jza80 brakes on there asap!

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How would 18x9.5 +20 Work XC8's fit on an XE10? (Considering 225/40 Kumho KU31's, but open to suggestions for better fit..)

 

Looks>performance: smaller width tire for better fit is ok.

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that's some pretty dope fitment right thurrr on that red is

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the IS300 that belongs to one of our customers runs a 18x8.5 +22 and 18x9.5+22. front fender is a custom wide fender, and the rear is flared. he runs 255 and 275 and not as much camber as some, which explains the need for the fenders.

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this is ssr sp1 which i sell to this fella..

spec are 19x8.5+43 and 19x9.5+43 with 235 & 245 tyres

looks real good, minimum brake clearance for the fronts..but nice tho...

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I ran 18x9 +21 up front, and 18x10+8 out back with no issues. Pics in a bit i suppose.

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G35 18s, should clear nice with a little roll/pull. 245/45 rear 225/45 front I think.

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get that shit off my screen. fuck you. cut the springs or something, my GOD!

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he's like a week into is owner ship. i give him shit daily. its happening... he priced out stance coils already... we're working on this...

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I don't think I ever posted this;

 

Wheels I did on a customer's car:

 

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Work XSA-02C

 

18x9 +35 Front with Toyo T1R in 225/40R18

18x10 +30 Rear with Toyo T1R in 255/35R18

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my car as of now.

 

17X9.5j +15 offset all around. wicked pull front and rear.

 

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On a side note, I found a problem with the new JZX.

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Moar pics!!!

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