I like those alot...but that seller put the rim on the face of another rim :disappoin lol not smart at all, no wonder why it has some marks on them!
When i was looking for 18s on ebay, found a few IS rims and they are compatible with our camry. I'm almost 100% sure these will fit.
With these, I would measure the space between the stock wheel and spring. The front would be fine but, the backs would go in 16 mm over stock 18". From what I heard the space from the spring to the stock wheel is about 19 mm but measure to make sure first. I would also do a 5 mm spacer all around, maybe even a 10 mm in the rear. This would give it a more flush look and definitely make them fit.
20 X 8.5, +40 offset, MSR rims, rubber 245/35/20, dropped on Eibachs pro kit springs -1.5" front -1.0" rear, no rubbing and it rides like its on rails. Wife approved.
The ride will be a tiny bit more firm but you will not notice unless you really concentrate on it. The stock SE wheels come with 55 series tires so that right there will keep it soft and since you have an LE with softer suspension that will make it more smoother. If your really worried about it you could get 60 or 65 series tires but that would look weird, almost SUV status. In the end you will not notice any difference.
WOW, I can't tell because the spokes are dark but if that's the Drag DR 34 with black spokes and just a polished lip then that's what's going on my Camry next week, white also with tint!!! your picture convinced me:thumbsup:looks nice! can you plz take a pic of the car from the back or front looking down the side of the car im looking at getting some new rims same size and with :clap:but maybe a 235 tire and also i have the same drop springs
That's what I said, dang' any problems with doing that??? I thought it had to be super cleaned and hi-temp paint??dang so you can just spray the brake system together and not have any issues?? looks good.