Busk3r

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My name is Jorge I live in Somerset and recently needed to upgrade my car.

I decided to bid on a 2005 is 250 with a very low mileage for it’s age a few scuffs and light rear arch damage but overhaul a solid car.

200 miles trip yesterday and it seems like everything is functioning as it should. It’s currently stock and  would probably benefit of a new set of tires, front wheels refurbished the drivers side is corroded.

Will probably add 10mm and 15mm spacers front and back not sure what fits yet. If you know or have some yourself installed let me know please.

Wish you all many happy safe miles.

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Welcome to the forum. I am sure you will get lots of great motoring with your IS250

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Congratulations 🥂hope you find the forum educational and informative 

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Welcome. 🙂

10mm/15mm  spacers won't be a problem. You can actually go 15/20 but it might look a bit weird unless you also lower the car (IMO).

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