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Old 07-17-2012, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2012 Lexus IS stock rims fit 5th gen Prelude

Just wondering if anyone knows if the 2o12 Lexus is250 stock rims can fit my 5th gen. Thanks in advance.
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A couple things to know about the 2012 Lexus IS 250's wheels.

Front wheels are 18" x 8" +45 offset
Rear wheels are 18" x 8.5" +50 offset


Even though they have a fairly high offset, your going to need to do a fender roll and trim the bumper tabs from the rear wheel wells.
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The rims i thought on the awd were 17s. I should of specified the trim. So with the 17s, any fender modding still be neccesary?
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Depends on if you are lowered or not really. They are 17" x 8" with a +45 offset.

You can get away with being lowered around 1.5" if you go with a 215/40/17.



Just do a fender roll and get a camber kit. Doing these two things will leave you with a lot less of a headache down the road. Sure it costs more money, but ya gotta pay to play.
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i think it wouldn't fit because the stock hub bore size is a bit smaller than honda
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