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  1. #1
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    2015-up 300 AWD 18 inch wheels?

    I've been shopping 2015-up 300S models and have looked at many different wheels. I noted there is a much bigger selection in 18 inch which was the same size I ran on my 05 Magnum R/T

    Anyone running 18s? Having issues? Used for winter wheels/tires?

    I noticed on several reference pages the RWD base 300 uses 17s but does AWD get bigger brakes/hubs?


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    We run 18’s on our 2017 300 Awd for our winter tires. No issues.

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    I believe that there is a different offset for the awd models, which limits our choices. Make sure you get the right offset.

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    I'm using 18" 2005 Magnum AWD wheels on a 300C AWD 2016 just fine.

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    I have 18s on my 06 AWD for my winter tires. It's really tight near the lower ball joint and at the tie rod, within half an inch, I'd guess. I would assume any 18 would fit, and MAYBE certain 17s, but I wouldn't bet on it. I bet the base model steel wheels have a thinner profile and that, combined with the different geometry for the RWD, provide more clearance.
    2006 Magnum R/T AWD. Intake, exhaust, tune. Dad mobile.

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    18" wheels fit 2015 and up. Even the Charger Pursuit with BR9 brakes (14.5" big brakes on AWD and RWD) run 18" wheels stock (the space saver spare will not clear the giant BR9 brakes without a 5/16" spacer though).

    I have a 2014 Chrysler 300C Hemi AWD John Varvatos Limited Edition and I am getting ready to swap the front brakes for BR9 brakes and these will work with the stock 19"s

    I personally run 20" RWD wheels on my AWD the tires are cheaper and the wheels look immensely better. The offset BTW is 55mm for stock 19"x7.5" AWD wheels and 24mm for stock 20"x8" RWD wheels.

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