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Enkei NT03+M Wheels for Lexus LS 500

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Select an Application For Your
Lexus LS 500
Year Range
Door Config  [Trim Level]
Application / Notes
(18x10, 5x120, 25mm, F1 Silver)
(18x8.5, 5x120, 38mm, F1 Silver)
(free to mainland U.S. only)
🔰 Lexus LS 500 Fitment Help
For your Lexus LS 500 the required bolt pattern and approximate general recommended wheel size range and offset range are the following:
Year Range Wheel Size Range Bolt Pattern Wheel Offset Range
2018 to 2023 (19x8) to (22x9) 5x120 +22mm to +35mm

SOLD INDIVIDUALLY. Put in a quantity of 4 for a complete set. For help selecting the right wheels, check out our Wheels & Tires Buyer's Guide.

The Enkei NT03+M is designed with a unique perimeter brace ring to improve strength. This ring helps the NT03+M resist deformation or distortion from outer forces, resulting in a lightweight wheel that is incredibly strong and offers highly accurate steering response. The NT03+M also features twin valve stem openings for racing situations where precise monitoring while changing tire pressure is required.

Key Features:
  • Available in F1 Silver for all sizes.
  • Limited quantities of Black, Vanquish White, Victory Blue, Emerald Blue, Gold, Gunmetal, Red, Orange, Purple, or Magenta finish in select sizes
  • Spec E Inspected (Enkei's own stringent quality test which is more comprehensive than JWL standard).
  • MAT Technology (Most Advanced Technology). Enkei's unique rim forming technique that combines casting and spun techniques to create wheels lighter and stronger than the competition.

Enkei NT03+M Wheel Hardware Information:
  • Center Caps: Included.
  • Lug Nuts: Accepts standard aftermarket lug nuts (sold separately).
  • TPMS: Direct fit compatibility with most all factory TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) sensors.
  • Hubcentric Rings: Not necessary if installed properly. The tapered aftermarket lug nuts this wheel accepts will automatically center the wheel if installed correctly (tighten each lug nut using a criss-cross pattern, usually to 80 lb-ft of torque each, and re-tighten each lug nut after about 100 miles of driving).

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