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    Tires

    Currently I'm running 20x9 Charger SRT8 wheels with Goodyear Eagle Sport tires.

    Front: P245/45R20
    Rear: P275/40R20

    Thinking of going with P285/40R20 all the way around.

    My Magnum is a DD. Looking to fill the gaps between the fenders & 1/4s, without sacrificing ride quality, comfort & reliability.

    Anyone currently running 285s on all 4 corners?

    Would love to see your set up.

    Thanks.

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    That looks very nice. Are you looking to sell them? Look to be in Ontario...

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxtail View Post
    That looks very nice. Are you looking to sell them? Look to be in Ontario...
    Thanks!

    Might sell the tires. Rims are not for sale.

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    I currently run 275/40 all around like a lot of guys around here and I think that fills the gaps pretty well on top of the improved handling, I think we have one or two guys running 285/40s on the front and 315/35s (BM_SRT comes to mind) on the rear, but I don't think I've seen and 285 square setups.

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    The 255/55x18 tires I had on my Magnum came to about 1/8" of rubbing on the inside front. You might want to check out how much clearance you have there.

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