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I currently have Pirelli P Zero Nero All Season all around my 2017 Challenger RT 275/40zr20. The two in the back are pretty much done the two front ones look brand new. Can I upgrade to MT ET Street S/S 20” 305/35r20 without it causing problems because of the two totally different tire compounds and size differences?
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Hello,

I currently have Pirelli P Zero Nero All Season all around my 2017 Challenger RT 275/40zr20. The two in the back are pretty much done the two front ones look brand new. Can I upgrade to MT ET Street S/S 20” 305/35r20 without it causing problems because of the two totally different tire compounds and size differences?
I run Nitto 555 in 275 on the front of my Scat and MT ET S/S in 305 on the rear ..no issues at all. . how wide are your wheels ?
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Hello,

I currently have Pirelli P Zero Nero All Season all around my 2017 Challenger RT 275/40zr20. The two in the back are pretty much done the two front ones look brand new. Can I upgrade to MT ET Street S/S 20” 305/35r20 without it causing problems because of the two totally different tire compounds and size differences?
I run Nitto 555 in 275 on the front of my Scat and MT ET S/S in 305 on the rear ..no issues at all. . how wide are your wheels ?
The Nittos you have in the front are they 245 or 275? I’m not sure how wide but it’s 20” front and back.
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The Nittos you have in the front are they 245 or 275? I’m not sure how wide but it’s 20” front and back.
Fronts are 275 on a 9.5 wide and 305 on 10.5 wide rears. which wheels do you have ? can you post a pic ?
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