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I need help on changing my alloys.

Quite new to the car game I recently bought an is220d and the alloys are terrible so I’m looking at changing. 

The picture attached is a set for sale I’m interested in, will these fit my Lexus is220d

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They will fit as long as the centre bore is large enough. 60.1mm is the size on a Lexus.

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These wheels are narrower than standard so could make an impact on the way the car drives. I would recomend staying above 8j wide to maintain stability

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