That is interesting. Most guidelines I've seen indicate 9" as the narrowest for a 275/40.and 10.5" for the 315/35.This?
Safely approved rim widths for your tire sizes are as follows:
275/40R-20: (8.5" to 10.5")
315/35R-20: (10.0" to 13.0")
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That's interesting, as I was just about to comment on the fact that the recommended wheel to tire width range changes with the profile of the tire. I noticed that when looking at manufacturers listings of recommended ranges. I've never seen a list like that before.I found this to be pretty handy. Said to have been obtained from a DT employee. Seems to match what I've seen on their website.
Here are a couple:I'm ready to pull the trigger on 20x9 20x10.5 widebody wheels, but I want to see a photo of the 20x9 actual wheels installed to verify if the dish is deep enough. The simulated views make them look flat, not liking that look.
Does anyone have photos of the 20x9 widebody wheels installed?
Sorry for the confusion with that, fastfranky! Here's one with the correct model:I actually have those wheels already on my 300, my question was specific to the widebody wheels, 20 x9 front 20x10.5 rear - photos ( does not matter if its LC or LX platform, just want to see the widebody wheel's dish installed in a 20x9.
Does anyone have pictures?
I bought the Hellcat Wide wheels from Performance Plus in Southern California...9.5 fronts and 10.5 rears...
Welcome to Challengertalk Sorry to hear that. It's the first I have seen anyone post of that issue here...so I'm going to say not commonI put a set of the Demon repo's on my 06 SRT 300 and have been told 2 were bent last time I had them R&Red. Is this a common problem or do I just need to chalk it up to shi**y IN roads?