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  1. Hi all, looking for affordable rear tyres. No track, just road cruising and occasional mildly spirited driving if I find some curves. Have done some research, but user feedback is best. Happy for any suggestions, but cost is an issue. Some I am considering include (price high to low) kumho ps91 or 71 hankook h452 kenda kr400 davanti dx460. Also, should I get a wheel alignment at the same time? Front tyres are fine. Cheers
  2. Hi there everyone, I am new to the forum and need some advice on which (If any) springs to buy for a 2007 IS250X. As you would all know it came out with 18 Inch wheels and factory Sports Suspension. The problem I have is plenty of places stock lowered springs for the IS250 but as my IS250X came lowered as standard I have no idea who to ask or where to go? Many of the places I have asked have said "If it's already lowered I doubt these springs will make it any lower." Whilst the ride height is reasonable and looks better than stock it definately still needs to come down as I now have 19 Inch rims. It probably needs 1.5 - 2 Inches lower at the front & 2-2.5 Inches lower at the rear. If this has been discussed before I sincerely apologise but I searched and read all I could find on lowered springs. I couldn't find anything about lowering the 2007 IS250X more than factory. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Best Wishes to all, Junior.