I have my fenders slightly rolled, they are rubbing so will roll my fenders more and it should be fine. If I would've went with a 20/30/315 tire I would've been fine. I really love the look so just going to keep the tire and roll the fender. I'm planning on bagging the car so it was something that needed to be done anyways.
So I have a 2018 Challenger R/T, and I want to get the Vicrez Widebody kit, and I want to know whats the widest tire can I fit in my car, I have those hellcat Replicas from Discount Tire, and If I need to change anything from my setup! I also want to know if I will look as it was a normal...
After weeks off research and looking at different wheels and tires I finally made out my mind and this is the result.
10.5x20 315's ion the rear and 9x20 275' on the front 25mm and 15mm offset, no rubbing issues what so ever.
here to answer any questions
Not sure if this belongs in this section or maybe in wheels but if it's wrong I apologize in advance. Ideas on how to repair this without spending too much money?
Or maybe just keep it from getting worse? Is it going to be bad getting wheel cleaner in there? It may get behind the clear coat...
I know most of you guys already got your aftermarket wheels in your Challengers so let's see em.
If possible, please post:
Wheel Brand and Tire Brand
Wheel Size: example 20x9 et25(offset)
Tire Size: example Goodyear 245/45/20
Let's keep the hating to a minimum if it's not your style or taste...