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I have been doing some research and I've found that many people have put 315/35r20's in the rear. With nitto's, on 20x10.5 rims and 25mm offset. I am wanting to do this, but I want to minimize understeer. I am wanting to run 275/40r20's in the front with 20x9 rims with 20mm offset. Has anyone put 275's in the front with this offset and rim size? If not what is the widest you can go in the front on these rims?
 

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275 is the widest for front wheels/tires (all Challengers)
 

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I'd say that you can get away with at least a 15mm offset with a 20x9 wheel. I'm gonna find out for sure in a couple more weeks.
 

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You should be fine with +20 offset. Anything higher will set your wheel in further and rub. The SRT's/Scats have more room. +18 or +15 would be better.
 

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I'd say that you can get away with at least a 15mm offset with a 20x9 wheel. I'm gonna find out for sure in a couple more weeks.
You should be fine with +20 offset. Anything higher will set your wheel in further and rub.
My 20x9 split this at 18mm and the 275's fit just about perfect as far as I can tell.

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