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It's getting very close to time to ditch the rear Super F1's, and I'm def not putting new F1's on the rear. I'd like a rear tire that I can actually floor the car in from a stand still that can grip good enough to launch the Challenger without much tire spin, yet my car is still a daily driver...I'd prefer a bigger size such as 275\40\20 but I'm not really sure what's logical for my use and how much it'll off-set my speedometer, or wear down very quickly as a daily driver tire, can any of you point me in the right direction\give me advice? I have Hankook V-12's in the front but they don't seem to have a very good large size for the rear..they only come in these sizes, not sure if any of these are "right" for the SRT wheels though


255/45ZR20

275/30ZR20

275/35ZR20

285/30ZR20

295/25ZR20

305/25ZR20

And I'm not even sure if the Hankooks would grip well enough...is it even possible to get rears that are "daily driveable" that will allow you to launch the Challenger with a good bit to full force pedal without just constant spinning?
 

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Very soon I will be installing the nitto 05 on the back 275/40/20. Then I will put the 255/45/20 gy on the front. I only have 600 miles on the car. 2010 srt. Both tires are very close when you use the tire calculator
 

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Yeah I've decided on the 275\40\20 Invos, I wish i could get 275\45\20...but it's a shame they don't offer it
 
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