Hello all, just joined the site. I am looking for some help if possible. I have a 1993 LS400 that I would like to use occasionally for daily driving. I have been thinking of putting larger wheels on it and lowering the suspension a little. I have been told that if I am going to be putting larger wheels on the car and lowering it as well, then new shocks will be required - or better yet a set of coilovers. So, I have been browsing here and there about wheels and springs and coilovers etc and trying to see what works well with the car that I have. Then, yesterday I found a set of wheels in Japan that I liked (Crooooooooober) and before I knew it, I had purchased a set of 19" alloys. The alloy sizes are as follows: 8.5Jx19 +40ET 10Jx19 +45ET I bought them thinking the offset would be ok for the old Lexus. However, taking into account that I will probably have to buy a set of BC-Racing coilovers, do you think they will fit? Ideally, I don't want to roll the arches or suffer from completely rigid suspension, I would like to maintain some level of comfort but also a safe fitment without tyre issues, bottoming out over speedbumps and potholes etc etc. Effectively, a smart looking Lexus with nice wheels that is not sitting like a 4x4 but is also practical for normal everyday use and comfortable to drive (not asking for the earth here am I!) Any help appreciated!