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Got my camry about a year and a half ago and finally starting to personalize it little!!

Blacked out tail lights
Brake calipers painted red
De-Badged
20" KMC 685 District wheels (225/30/20)
LED headlights and switchback LEDs from xenondepot.com
All interior lights converted to LED
Red LED foot well lights
.... More to come
 

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looks nice, what % of window tint do you have? And what are you using for your front signal lights, looks like LED. I like it, can you provide more details on the company/product

Thanks!! The tint was on it when bought it, it's 27% though. And the front turn signals are 7443 Putco SwitchBack Plasma LED Bulb (White/Amber) from xenondepot.com
 

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How do you like the ride quality of 20" rims/tires?

Reason I am asking because currently I have the XLE 17" rims and want to go to 18" or 19" ... really want 19" but leaning towards 18" for ride comfort and style at the same time
 

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How do you like the ride quality of 20" rims/tires?

Reason I am asking because currently I have the XLE 17" rims and want to go to 18" or 19" ... really want 19" but leaning towards 18" for ride comfort and style at the same time
Stock XSE 18" wheel and tire configuration is pretty harsh (not that bad with stock springs) on rough to medicore roads.

You're not going to get a comfy ride with 19 or 20's and rubber band sized rubber. What you will get is a 100% better looking Camry.
 

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Stock XSE 18" wheel and tire configuration is pretty harsh (not that bad with stock springs) on rough to medicore roads.

You're not going to get a comfy ride with 19 or 20's and rubber band sized rubber. What you will get is a 100% better looking Camry.
Better looking is in the eye of the beholder. I think rims should be proportionate to the size fo the car. I think 18s on they Camry is pretty good. And 225/30 is a bit thin for sidewall in my opinion. Both looks and comfort. If you go that thin any significant bump/break in the road can ruin your rims. Cnet on cars did a small segment on this.
 

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Better looking is in the eye of the beholder. I think rims should be proportionate to the size fo the car. I think 18s on they Camry is pretty good. And 225/30 is a bit thin for sidewall in my opinion. Both looks and comfort. If you go that thin any significant bump/break in the road can ruin your rims. Cnet on cars did a small segment on this.
18s maybe for a subtle stock look.. I think 20s are perfect "looking" for the camry. But yeah I would be looking to upsize the tires as much as i could for comfort.

Either way the car looks great with them.
 

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Now look to losing the 4x4 status.

I chose 19's as I like to have a touch more sidewall for anything that might pinch or damage a wheel. Had this happen before with thin sidewalls and sucks replacing a tire that got pinched.
 
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Dope sh*t...I smoked out my taillights with plasti-dip smoke/glossier, didn't go as dark as you- but your sh*t looks good man.
 
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