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The Nitto G2 look like a truck tire??? Are these the ones you're referencing?

I just bought a pair of Atturo az800 performance radial tire - 275/40r20. I've put about 400 miles on them and I think their better than OEM and only about $106 each.
 

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probably referring to the NT-555 Extreme G2 (passenger tire - hi po summer)
 
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Where are the atturo's selling for 106?
Tire-Easy.com has them for ~$106

Simple Tire has the Atturo AZ800 275/45r20 for ~$90/each! Oh, and free delivery...
Simpletire.com

May get Discount Tire to match or beat the price...just sayin

I have the Nitto NT555 G2 and love them. :eek:hyeah: Just had a about a weeks worth of rain lately and they did really good. Very good grip once the Texas sun heat up the concrete...
 

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Not sure about those, but I'm running Nitto Motivos and I've been really impressed, especially on wet roads. that seems to be where they accel.

If you have the opportunity, go with 275/40/20. Our 20x9 wheels can handle that size just fine and your height stays the same, so you don't have to worry about throwing off your speedometer. The 275/40's are what the 2010-2014 SRT's came with and those cars also had 20x9 wheels. The extra traction WILL make a difference that you'll feel.
 

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Any AZ850 275/40/20 deals? simpletire is free delivery to a commercial address only, states that on its website
Strike two, let me just shut up...:grin2:
 

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Got the atturo az850 275 40 20. Did a road course track day. Guys those tires are good. Maybe not the best ever but for 110$ (amazon) i think it is worth it

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The 275/40's are what the 2010-2014 SRT's came with and those cars also had 20x9 wheels. The extra traction WILL make a difference that you'll feel.
the '08 to '14 SRTs used 245/45 as the standard size and optional was to have rears 255/45.

the 275/40 didn't begin until the '15s
 

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Good to know! The size is still valid for our wheel and can be directly swapped. I've been running that size for about a year. Don't know why it isn't the standard size on the scat packs.
 

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Not sure about those, but I'm running Nitto Motivos and I've been really impressed, especially on wet roads. that seems to be where they accel.

If you have the opportunity, go with 275/40/20. Our 20x9 wheels can handle that size just fine and your height stays the same, so you don't have to worry about throwing off your speedometer. The 275/40's are what the 2010-2014 SRT's came with and those cars also had 20x9 wheels. The extra traction WILL make a difference that you'll feel.
+1 on the Motivos. Although I never had them in the rain. I have 315/35 R20 on the rear and 245/45 R20 on the front. 220 each for the rears and 170 each for the fronts. Reasonable price for good tires.
 

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Good to know! The size is still valid for our wheel and can be directly swapped. I've been running that size for about a year. Don't know why it isn't the standard size on the scat packs.
Its to differentiate the SRTs from the other trims.

Until the Dynamics Package was offered, that was the only way 275/40s are offered for Scat Packs
 
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