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Alloys To Fit A Mk1 Ls400


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Hi,im looking to buy some new alloys for my mk1 LS400.I want to put 18 inch on because im on a budget after just buying the car.The only writting on the wheels is on the outside of the alloy as follows... L JIL 15X6.5 JJ 50 Ive looked on web sites which asks you to choose your car make,model etc.Phones um up and chats to bloke(before id looked whats written on alloy).Seems theres not many wheels that will fit because of the caliper size and position,im phoning the firm back on monday with the details that are written on the wheel.Can anyone help please with info on what wheels will fit my car and whats the widest tyres that can go on the car front and back. :duh:

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Go to www.rochfordtyres.co.uk Hit the fitment guide on the home page, then hit Lexus and it will give you the correct offset and PDC info for your 400

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CF10 and CF20 are the internal Toyota model number for the LS. I guess the 10 is the MK1 and the 20 a MK2?

If you look at your chassis number it should be in there. Something like JTxCF20

It may be a variation of the CF20, e.g CF21 or CF22 etc.

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Go to www.rochfordtyres.co.uk Hit the fitment guide on the home page, then hit Lexus and it will give you the correct offset and PDC info for your 400

Good site - not sure how accurate the fitment guide is tho? They give the Lexus SC300/400 as having an offset of 35 to 42, whereas the factory wheels have a 48mm offset :unsure:

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