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10.5 in tires on SXT

I am currently sitting on stock wheels and want to go wider, i know 10.5 in wheels will fit on the rear but how tight will I be on the front. I don’t necessarily want to do wheel spacers just for it to fit. And what will be the best tire size for all around driving?
So the question I’m asking is, can I do 20x10.5 in front and rear of my SXT? Any information will be greatly appreciated and helpful
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On the front, very unlikely. You may squeeze 10" on front with just the right offset and tires, but over 9.5" with 275/40 you'll have issues with needing right offset, spacers, etc. If you have 10.5" in the rear, you can use 315/35 with the right offset and tires. You may get some rubbing on the inner fender liner that you can "correct" with a rubber mallet and some heat. But is you want square, 275 is likely the widest to accommodate the fronts. If I was getting wheels and tires, I'd get 9.5" front with 275s, and 10.5" with 315s. If you must have square, 9.5" with 275s all around. JMHO

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Would I be able to fit 10.5 at all? Or should I just completely have 9 on the front and 10.5 rear
I’m mostly looking for the means of being able to rotate the tires for normal service.
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I’m mostly looking for the means of being able to rotate the tires for normal service.
If you mean all 4, and not side to side, 9.5s all around with 275s might be the smart call.


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There is a member here that fit 10" wheels all around with 285s
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...737-post1.html


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20x9 with 275-20’s damn, that’s all you need.
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