16" to 18" are good wheel diameters for the Gen 3 & 4 camry, IMO ...
6 - 7.5" wide, 8-9" if you want to do some fender work ...
rim installation can be done in your driveway for virtually free ... all you need is a pair of jackstands (i have Craftsman brand from Sears), a good jack [the OEM scissor jack is not the safest, i like to use a known-brand of floor jack], and a torque wrench .... of course you will need the appropriate socket to remove the lugs [for the gen 3 its 21mm i believe, i would guess that gen 4 is the same]
you just jack up the front of the car - put jackstands under it for safety - remove the lug nuts and wheels, place the new wheels (with mounted & balanced tires) on the car, tighten the lugs up to ~76 ft-lbs i believe, and put the car back on the ground ... the whole car can be done in idk, 1 hour, if youre familiar with the process
and like bigbird said, most of the kits look ugly and butcher the factory body lines/styling ... the TRD kit is the only kit ive seen that keeps the factory lines and adds something positive to the look of the car overall
Last edited by Venom_5; 07-13-2008 at 05:46 PM.