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15X7 +10 will work and yes, they were Drag DR-20's. Actually debating on picking another set up for my GSR. They were extremely light weight and pretty solid. The clear on the outer lip did chip off in a few spots, and the very edge of the outer lip is a bit soft. BUT the important bits of the wheels are solid, and you will not have to worry about cracks/bends under normal driving.
Lowered on DF210's you'll have no rubbing issues. Lowered on coilovers/air ride you'll need to roll the fender lips if you maintain the stock tire size (I can't remember what it is off hand, want to say 195/55?)
They are a extremely tight fit to the brake calipers, but fear not, they clear just enough to not be a issue. I miss my BCP 05. Don't think I've ever driven a car as unique and as much fun as that. Have fun with it!
I am a new/old Scion xB enthusiast. Reposessing my 2005 xB from my oldest child that I bought new in 2005. Wanting to upgrade from 17" rubber band tires to 15". You used to have a dark red xB with what appear to be Drag Wheel Work knockoffs. Do you remember the specs on those? Discount Tire has them 15x7 +10. Were you lowered and did you have any clearance issues? I'm running Tein S Tech springs probably 2" drop now that they have settled. Thanks for your help! Marc