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How fat of a tire will fit

Cratos

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got the A body rear in, with doc diff 1 inch offset hangers & super stock springs spring 15 x 10 keystone klassics with 295-55-15s
 

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ProSport

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Its all about offsets not rim width. Old thread, should know by now.

Moparleo, who asked you??

I haven't been on this forum in a LONG time, I get on here today and this thread was on the very first page of a very slow moving forum 'Tires and rims' so who cares if it's old.

Please elaborate on how it's "All about offsets not rim width". So what you're saying is that as long as the offset is right I should be able to put a 15" wide rim on my Challenger, right? Lmao.
 

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32x15 on 15" Centerline rim.

I suppose you want it all nice and tucked in to stock wheelwells? Well la de da! Lol.
 

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