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I don't know what PCD means, but they will fit. They just don't have the desired 5X115 bolt pattern.
 

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Not to hijack, but a rim fitting question anyway...I have DRAG DR-37 20 X10 5-115.00 25 Rims On the rear for my 305/35-20 DR's...I would like to put 305's on the front, like the new wide body Hellcats, so my question is, will that same 20 X10 5-115.00 25 rim fit in front?...and not hit anything while turning...

Maybe just put the DR's on front an actually see...

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For the OP.
Yes..the 114.3 will fit fine. Some Non-Car Guys will chime in and tell you that you will lose your wheel on the highway and kill yourself and others. They probably wear crash helmets when they mow the lawn but that is their problem and not ours. They are like Antifa people.
I and Thousands have run 114.3 with no issues on Challengers, Chargers, 300s, Magnums for years.

In fact, many 114.3 wheels are made today at 114.7 to split the difference with the 115 so many makes can use the same wheel. Many in here think they are running 115s but they are not.

You need to give us more details on offset and what trim level you have. Brembos will not fit on flat spoke wheels. They need a concave profile to pass the calipers. What is the wheel you desire?
 

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Not to hijack, but a rim fitting question anyway...I have DRAG DR-37 20 X10 5-115.00 25 Rims On the rear for my 305/35-20 DR's...I would like to put 305's on the front, like the new wide body Hellcats, so my question is, will that same 20 X10 5-115.00 25 rim fit in front?...and not hit anything while turning...

Maybe just put the DR's on front an actually see...

Thanks
You will not clear turns with 20x10.5 with 305's in the front with +25 offset. You will need a real low offset but then your front wheels will be sticking out the front fender. Thats why the Demon/ new Hellcat have those huge fender flares.
 

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Not to hijack, but a rim fitting question anyway...I have DRAG DR-37 20 X10 5-115.00 25 Rims On the rear for my 305/35-20 DR's...I would like to put 305's on the front, like the new wide body Hellcats, so my question is, will that same 20 X10 5-115.00 25 rim fit in front?...and not hit anything while turning...

Maybe just put the DR's on front an actually see...

Thanks
You'll need somewhere around a +10 offset to do that. But like Raceheart said they'll stick out past the fenders

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PCD = Pitch circle Diameter.

The 114.3 mm is obvious a slightly smaller PCD resulting in the studs of a 115 mm setup not being exactly centered in the holes.
Since the stud holes in the wheels are slightly larger in diameter then the studs, the wheel is able to be mounted. Not the best fit, but it apparently works.

The center bore diameters may very well be different between the two wheels. That's another subject that must not be ignored.
 

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You will not clear turns with 20x10.5 with 305's in the front with +25 offset. You will need a real low offset but then your front wheels will be sticking out the front fender. Thats why the Demon/ new Hellcat have those huge fender flares.
Thanks Steve and Race...My thought is to add the fender flares...So for a comparably small amount of money I'll have a a wide body SRT...I love my car the way it is but a small upgrade...with new wheels and rubber...Thereby saving a few bucks from the 80,000 that a new Wide Body Hellcat would run...Granted, it won't have Hellcat power, but mine does not do too badly...

Again, thanks and I'll put that 10+ offset on my list...
 

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You will not clear turns with 20x10.5 with 305's in the front with +25 offset. You will need a real low offset but then your front wheels will be sticking out the front fender. Thats why the Demon/ new Hellcat have those huge fender flares.
FYI the Drag 37's are just 10"...not 10.5 I guess the 5 of the 5-115mm got in there...Still no turn?...
 

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5x114.3 is the stock size rim for the 2005-2014 Mustang. I have a 2007 GT500 and tried to put my drag radials on my 2017 Challenger Scat Pack. I had no issues bolting the DR to the Scat Pack. The offset is much different and the tire rubbed the plastic tire well. With the correct offset the 5x114 rim would work.
 
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