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I am planning in a few months to go staggered on my '18 scat challenger. Any tips or problems people ran into while doing it? If any? What type of spacers or adapters did you guys use? Im planning on going 20×9.5 -275/40R20 in the front and 20x10.5 - 315/35R20. Please and thanks in advance!
 

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I am planning in a few months to go staggered on my '18 scat challenger. Any tips or problems people ran into while doing it? If any? What type of spacers or adapters did you guys use? Im planning on going 20×9.5 -275/40R20 in the front and 20x10.5 - 315/35R20. Please and thanks in advance!
Have you decided on rims yet?

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Depends on the offset but you shouldnt have any problems with the rims you are going to use.
 

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I am planning in a few months to go staggered on my '18 scat challenger. Any tips or problems people ran into while doing it? If any? What type of spacers or adapters did you guys use? Im planning on going 20×9.5 -275/40R20 in the front and 20x10.5 - 315/35R20. Please and thanks in advance!
I don't have any advice to contribute, but I'll just say that going staggered was the best decision I ever made! I've also kept my factory wheels for a winter set, so double benefit.
 

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Yeah I was planning on going with the Dodge Demon rims.
I went with Factory Reproductions Demon rims. Reason being is that the rears(20×10.5) had a +22mm offset allowing a 315/35/20 to fit without rubbing. Yes, they do weigh a little more than the Voxx versions, but their 20×10.5 rims come with a +25mm offset.

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I am planning in a few months to go staggered on my '18 scat challenger. Any tips or problems people ran into while doing it? If any? What type of spacers or adapters did you guys use? Im planning on going 20×9.5 -275/40R20 in the front and 20x10.5 - 315/35R20. Please and thanks in advance!
Just pay attention to which 315 tire you use. Some are too big for a 10.5" while others fit perfect.
 
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I went with Factory Reproductions Demon rims. Reason being is that the rears(20×10.5) had a +22mm offset allowing a 315/35/20 to fit without rubbing. Yes, they do weigh a little more than the Voxx versions, but their 20×10.5 rims come with a +25mm offset.

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Is your car stock height or are you lowered?

Can you post some pics of your rear wheel tire combo?

It seems like many of the guys running 315's either rub, poke out, or both.

It would be awesome to finally nail down a proven wheel width and offset to allow a perfect fit for 315's.

Also, its known that Michelins and Conti's run wide and Nitto's run narrow. Could you also share which tire brand you purchased as well?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Is your car stock height or are you lowered?

Can you post some pics of your rear wheel tire combo?

It seems like many of the guys running 315's either rub, poke out, or both.

It would be awesome to finally nail down a proven wheel width and offset to allow a perfect fit for 315's.

Also, its known that Michelins and Conti's run wide and Nitto's run narrow. Could you also share which tire brand you purchased as well?

Thanks in advance.
Yes, it is drop with H&R springs and running Nittos NT555 G2 315/35/20 rears and 275/40/20 fronts


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Yes, it is drop with H&R springs and running Nittos NT555 G2 315/35/20 rears and 275/40/20 fronts


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Thanks for sharing the info.(y)
 

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Yes, it is drop with H&R springs and running Nittos NT555 G2 315/35/20 rears and 275/40/20 fronts


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what are the offsets?
I have an Eibach Sportline kit, a new set of Lexani Ekkos (F 20"x9" ET15, R 20"x10.5" ET20), and a set of Nitto 555G2s (F 275/40 20, R 315/35 20), all sitting in front of me ready for install but I've been stressed trying to figure out if its all going to fit, any knowledge from anyone would be greatly appreciated..
 

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If you need wheels spacers we offer 3mm and 6mm and you don't need longer studs to use them which is a big plus. Staggered wheels look great on our Challengers. I went with a 10.5 in the rear and I am very happy with it.

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what are the offsets?
I have an Eibach Sportline kit, a new set of Lexani Ekkos (F 20"x9" ET15, R 20"x10.5" ET20), and a set of Nitto 555G2s (F 275/40 20, R 315/35 20), all sitting in front of me ready for install but I've been stressed trying to figure out if its all going to fit, any knowledge from anyone would be greatly appreciated..
The fronts 20x9.5 are +12 offset, the rears 20x10.5 are +22 offset.

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If you need wheels spacers we offer 3mm and 6mm and you don't need longer studs to use them which is a big plus. Staggered wheels look great on our Challengers. I went with a 10.5 in the rear and I am very happy with it.

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sounds good
what was your offset? tire size?
i just dropped mine off at the suspension shop, step 1 underway

I would opt for a narrower tire set but the 275/40/20 315/35/20 setup provides equal to factory diameter, circumference and thus no affect on the speedo, also matches the sidewall height f&r
my only hangup on using spacers is that my new wheels' warranty apparently goes out the window if i use them, not sure if thats really a problem and also i wonder how the manufacturer would even know i used them in the event i had to use the warranty for some reason
 
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