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I recently purchased 20x9 Niche Verona wheels from AmericanMuscle . From the research I did, it looked like 20x9 would fit all 4 corners fine on my Challenger, but when I went to my local tire shop and test fit the wheels, they were hitting the control arm and wouldn't fit (which I thought was odd). I bought them open box, so I can still return them, but only for AmericanMuscle credit, and I really like the wheels I got so I'd rather not return them. So I'm looking into getting wheel spacers, that way I get a more aggressive stance as well as fixing my fitment problem. I was looking at 25mm spacers, so I wanted to ask if anyone had done this before? And do I need to replace the wheel studs or anything like that? I've done a bit of modding before, but nothing involving this so its a whole new world for me.

I was also looking at an Eibach kit that come with longer studs, but it wont be in stock until late July, and obviously I don't want to wait nearly two months to put on wheels I bought a couple weeks ago.

Car: 2015 Challenger SXT
Wheels: Niche Challenger Verona Gloss Black Wheel - 20x9 M168209091+38 (08-20 All, Excluding Demon & Hellcat)
Spacers: https://eibach.com/us/2242/S90-4-25-030-DODGE-Challenger-pro-spacer (says it comes with replacement studs)
If I don't need to do anything with the studs, I would buy these: 2 Hubcentric Wheel Spacers 5x115 25mm Thick Fits Charger Challenger Magnum 300 | eBay
 

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Stock Challenger wheels are usually +20 to +25 offset IIRC, (my 20x9 are 25), Those wheels are 38, so you would need to push them out about 12-15mm, I would try and find a 15mm set of spacers, hubcentric of course, stock studs should be fine
 

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