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Tire/Wheel Fitment

Help, I've fallen in love with a tire/wheel combo and I don't know if it will fit

I've done some research and believe this will all fit, but would love some validation from someone with a similar combo. I have winter tires, so this is Summer only. Sorry if it's a dumb question, I'm a hotrodding n00b

2010 Challenger R/T (Edelbrock supercharger so I'm looking for better traction)
Wheels: Bravado Tribute 18 in.x 9 in., 5 x 115mm Bolt Circle, +15mm Offset
Front Tires: 245/55/r18 Firestone All Season
Rear Tires: 295/45-18 Nitto NT05
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You should be able to run 295's in the rear. I'm running 305's on 10 inch rims. don't know the offset tho.
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Welcome to the forum. You should be able to run 315s in the back...here are my specs:
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...7-post281.html


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You should be able to run 295's in the rear. I'm running 305's on 10 inch rims. don't know the offset tho.
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Welcome to the forum. You should be able to run 315s in the back...here are my specs:
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...7-post281.html
And y'all are doing that on 18" rims???

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And y'all are doing that on 18" rims???
Dang, in my mode of sleep deprivation and work, I failed to see the 18 inch wheel. I dont even think those would even fit over my Brembos

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@Nuke , well you are always telling me to stop being so dang logical...and this is what happens when I over achieve that.

Being a 2010 is what I see being the main problem as the fenders are not rolled like the +2015s.

FYI - here is an example of a +2015 model with 18"
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...651-post1.html
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@Nuke , well you are always telling me to stop being so dang logical...and this is what happens when I over achieve that.

Being a 2010 is what I see being the main problem as the fenders are not rolled like the +2015s.

FYI - here is an example of a +2015 model with 18"
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...651-post1.html
Circular logic != regular logic

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18’s with 275 in the front no rub lowered with camber arms and rear bushings
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