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Can someone tell what's the best tire size to go with if I lower my 2015 Challenger SXT on eibach sportline springs? Right i currently have 245/45/20s on all four
 

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I don't think you'll have any issue with the stock tire/wheel combo as far as tire rubbing. You may have issues getting it aligned without additional parts. Scraping the spoiler on driveways and curbs is another issue ;)

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Is there any other tire sizes you can recommend I can do on all 4 corners that won't rub or have any clear issues? I won't rid of much of the gap between the tire and fender as possible
 

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Keep us updated! I just got a set of oem brass monkeys for my 2010 PCP. I'd like to lower it (maybe mopar stage 1) but not sure it they will rub.
 

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Stock 245's, no rubbing anywhere.


Anxious to see how my new 275/315 combo fits...
Did you get those new tires installed? This is exactly what I was thinking about doing with mine, so I'd love some feedback on fitment. If you don't mind, what size/offset wheels do you have them on, and what suspension mods? I'm about to lower my stock R/T with Eibach Prolines.
 

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They rubbed in the front <img src="http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" /> Not sure if I should go with a spacer, get 255s for the front, or just sell them.
What width and offset are your wheels? Are you lowered?
 

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o well...the answer is it's a stock 2010 challenger (not lowered) and the wheel are brass monkeys off a hellcat so I think the offset is 18.5. They rub with the 275s but I think they should work with 255s. And by think I mean hope!
 

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o well...the answer is it's a stock 2010 challenger (not lowered) and the wheel are brass monkeys off a hellcat so I think the offset is 18.5. They rub with the 275s but I think they should work with 255s. And by think I mean hope!
I'm running 275/40/20 on Niche gt5 I can't remember my offset as of right now, but it's not near yours but i'm pushing it already up front, I've got like 1/4 of space on the inside before I start rubbing stuff I shouldn't, and this is on the eibach pro kit.
 
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