The classics do look good IMO, however at only 8" wide, they just don't fill the wheel wells out enough for my liking. If I were going the classic route, I would get the fronts widened to 9" and the rears to 10".
Aren't there like 100 types of OEM wheels like the classics??? Sure you can find one in a 20" in wider widths. Personally I think that if I wanted Cragar SS style rims I would just get the Cragar. They even have a pic of a Challenger on their home page with 20" SS's.
ok we measured them six ways from sunday and always came out at 8.5 inches
I have 275s on mine right now trying to go bigger I like the skinny front look and with stoptech brakes had to space the sh-t out of them to get the clearance. So know I got all this room in the back we are going to mount some tires wed night and see how far out we can go on those 8 inch rims.
So, I ordered some brake pads, Hawk Performance ceramic pads.
I saw that the pads labeled HB563Z.656 were on the Speedlogix for the front pads and the pads labeled HB194Z.570 for the rear pads for the HB194Z.570.
I just got the first set of gaskets in the mail, the HB563Z.656, and there...
So yesterday i was minding my own business on youtube and a came across this video :
wow. just wow.
If I'm not mistaken those are weld draglite on a challenger! but the question is how is that possible. The bigger they make are 15. How did they clear the brakes? with spacers? I'm not an...
Road & Track installed a GoPro camera inside of a tire to capture how it flexes and conforms to the road. Very interesting.
I bought these Cooper tires for my Ram and these wheels were on the Ad pics. These are 2 different wheels. I see one says Weld Forged but can never find that specific wheel. The other I have no idea what it is.
It’s time to replace my tires and wanted some feedback. Been reading through a lot of post on sizes for my stock 20x8” rim and see that 255 is the widest that is recommended to ensure proper fit and safe operation.
Is there any reason that I would not want to go with 255’s and just stick to...