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    will wheel and tire combo fit?

    I have a local guy selling 20in verde 20x7 1/2 tires are 245/40 I hhave an sxt magnum with stock brake system.
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    I don't know how different the SXT is from the RT, but I put 20s with 245/45/20 tires on my rt and I needed 3mm wheel spacers otherwise it rubbed (just barely). Stock tires were 225/60/18. Car is stock height with stock brakes. Hope this helps.

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    thanks buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoochG View Post
    I don't know how different the SXT is from the RT, but I put 20s with 245/45/20 tires on my rt and I needed 3mm wheel spacers otherwise it rubbed (just barely). Stock tires were 225/60/18. Car is stock height with stock brakes. Hope this helps.

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    Caveat though, you put on SRT 20x9's, stock R/T style 20x8's will fit an SXT no problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HemiLonestar View Post
    Caveat though, you put on SRT 20x9's, stock R/T style 20x8's will fit an SXT no problem.
    True!

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    ...although I had stock 18" RT wheels and went to 20" SRT wheels

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    You need to know your wheel offset. I went through this while searching for a custom wheel set for my RT AWD. AWD cars need wheels with a high positive offset of +32mm to +42mm. Non-AWD cars take wheels with less positive offset, in the range of +20mm.

    You can technically fit non-AWD wheels on an AWD car, but they'll stick out past the wheelwells and look goofy, or even rub the fenders. You CANNOT fit AWD offset wheels on a non-AWD car, however; the inner rims will probably obstruct with the brake calipers.

    EDIT: I should mention my summer wheels are 20 x 8.5", +40mm offset, but for winter, I'm using stock Chrysler 300 steelies that I believe are 18 x 8", +20mm offset. They stick out a bit from the wheelwells, but no rubbing issues...I'm fine with that for winter.
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    all good they fit!!!!

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