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Hi all

Picked up a set of these 19" split rims yesterday and due to some scabbing on the inner face i was thinking of getting them repainted 

Not sure whether to go with the same colour inner part or maybe change to a dark / anthracite colour

And yes i know the car needs lowering :) 

Whats your thoughts 

 

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I like em, though I'd probably like anything but the ones I've got as I've kerbed them twice lol.

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Personally I think 19s look too big for that Mark IS. Over in the Supra forum a guy I know is selling refurbed anthracite OEM IS facelift alloys for this car.

But anyways to answer your question, I think anthracite would be better that silver on these wheels. Not the exact same but I have Advans which are split spoke design and are graphite like colour.

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14 hours ago, Spunkmeyer said:

Personally I think 19s look too big for that Mark IS. Over in the Supra forum a guy I know is selling refurbed anthracite OEM IS facelift alloys for this car.

But anyways to answer your question, I think anthracite would be better that silver on these wheels. Not the exact same but I have Advans which are split spoke design and are graphite like colour.

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I've took them off now and put the standard 17's back on, they didn't look right really

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