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I actually don't have the SRT knuckles, I'm running a stock R/T besides the SRT wheels and tires as of right now. Are the knuckles different enough to make fitment different based on the knuckle?

Did you think about running the super deep concave and getting a 5mm offset instead of running the spacer?
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I actually don't have the SRT knuckles, I'm running a stock R/T besides the SRT wheels and tires as of right now. Are the knuckles different enough to make fitment different based on the knuckle?



Did you think about running the super deep concave and getting a 5mm offset instead of running the spacer?
Yes the SRT knuckles have a deeper curve to them. It may still be possible to run 18s on the R/T ones but your spacing will be different.

I was advised against getting the super deep concave by the guy I bought mine from because he said sometimes with those you have problems with the wheel spokes interfering with the brake calipers because of the curvature.

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285/35R20 Bridgestone Potenza RE71R all around, on 20x9.5 SRT wheels. I'm not trying to upbadge my Scat Pack as an SRT. I needed the wheel width for these tires, these were for sale and I like how they look. I also used Mopar center caps instead of the SRT ones.

Initial driving impressions: These tires are noisy, as expected. An unsuspecting driver or passenger might think they're hearing a bad wheel bearing. To me, it's not bad. They aren't really broken in yet, but so far the car feels very planted and sure-footed. There is not much noticeable difference in the steering effort (compared to 245s or 275s). The grip so far is excellent.

I will post more on them when I try some autocross events.
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Are these your daily driver tires, or autocross only? I hear their life is very short. A Guy
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I get about 200 miles out of mine

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