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I wanted to stock pile a list for offset ...
PLease post what rims, width/size and offset that fit on your camry ...

P.s. please post pics if possible... If you dont post pics please post what year and gen
 

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Lexus IS300 stock rims 17x7 50 offset with 215/50R17 tires. Spokes go to edge of the lip.




 

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Man o man... so many wheels

GEN 3.5 1995
Current : 5Zigen Hyper ZR 18 X 7.5 +42 offset, some lip

Track: Toyota OEM Rav4 16 X 6.5 offset - not sure, but OEM... i will look ( i believe 2001/2003 wheel)

Old: OZ Superleggera 19X 8 +45 offset


GEN 4 1999
Street: ADR Demonya 17 X 7 + 42 offset ( i believe)

OEM: 99 Toyota OEM XLE 15 X 6 offset + 38 i believe, OEM again
 

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"I BUILD SLEEPERS"
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Awesome stuff guys keep it coming... This will help newbies and regulars pick with their wheel selection...
 

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i think you should also list the drop you have on your car. that way people wont think you can put a 18 with 45 off set on a car with a 2" drop. its like you can fit a 20" with stock ride but if you lower the car you rub like crazy.
 

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16x6.5 +50mm running 3mm spacers (*edit, rear's only) (yes, 3 F**KING Milimeters!)

 

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18x7 +42 offset 225/40 18 tires.

They clear the fenders just barely in the rear, but they touch the D2 coilovers. The rear has a 4" drop right now though. I will have to roll the fenders (I bought the fender roller which I can use at my buddy's body shop) and place an 1/8" spacer behind the rim. a + 35 would be a better choice for this type of application.

The fronts clear easily MAybe a 2.5" drop, could go more, but worried about clearance issues under the car (air dam muffler etc.)

 

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SSR Type C 17" x 7.5", +42mm offset; 12 lb each; 1.75" lip:
2.25" drop front and rear


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Old: Rota Subzero 17" x 7.5", +45mm offset (3mm spacers needed to clear rear shock); 16.5 lb each; 1.5" lip:
2.0" drop front and rear


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Winter: Ace Touring 17" x 7.5", + 42mm offset; 20.5 lb each:

2.0" drop front and rear
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Old: ASA IS1 17" x 7.5" +40mm offset; 26 lb each:
1.8" drop front and rear

 

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Tony the Tiger said:
^^^ Please, no junk post if you don't want to contribute to this thread. You have some wheels, post up the offset!
They're the same as mine. :whatwhat:
 

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Discussion Starter #13 (Edited)
warlock said:
i think you should also list the drop you have on your car. that way people wont think you can put a 18 with 45 off set on a car with a 2" drop. its like you can fit a 20" with stock ride but if you lower the car you rub like crazy.

True ... But I have 3" in the front and 4" drop on the rear on my camry ... And I run a pretty wide wheel... YOu should check out my new wheels that I'll be ordering tomorrow... I'm going with a 9" wheel...
 

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woody said:
18x7 +42 offset 225/40 18 tires.

They clear the fenders just barely in the rear, but they touch the D2 coilovers. The rear has a 4" drop right now though. I will have to roll the fenders (I bought the fender roller which I can use at my buddy's body shop) and place an 1/8" spacer behind the rim. a + 35 would be a better choice for this type of application.

The fronts clear easily MAybe a 2.5" drop, could go more, but worried about clearance issues under the car (air dam muffler etc.)


Roll those F#@kers man ... I drop the camry a total of 3" in the front and 4" in the rear. With the rolled fenders and pulling on the fenders I will be able to run a 9" rim all around...
 

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Night Speed said:
to white3ch0c0late:
i have gen.4.5 with 1" drop (TRD lowering springs). so can IS300 stock rims fit on my camry?

thanks :D
I think since you have a 4.5, you would need spacers. I believe the stock offset for the Gen 4 is +43. The stock offset for the Gen 5 is +50, so they fit perfectly with about 5mm or 6mm of strut clearance.
 

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Wraith, you should make this a sticky and list all of the wheels and offsets kinda like how SilverStreak did with our cardomains. Just a suggestion. :D
 
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