Do you have pics of this? Wanna see if this would be a good option when changing my tires when they need to be changed.Anything is possible.
Since it's an AWD, why lower it and lose the winter capability? Why not close the gap with larger wheels and/or tires?
I added larger tires on my previous Magnum SXT AWD to close the gap and it rode much nicer and looked a lot better. I went larger in tire diameter but kept the 60 series side wall (wider and taller on the 18" wheel).
Stock was 225/60/18 = 28.62" diameter
I changed to 255/60/18 = 30.04" diameter
That change closed the wheel gap to the fender by 3/4 inch and made the ride 100% better.
With the larger tires...Do you have pics of this? Wanna see if this would be a good option when changing my tires when they need to be changed.
If so much is the same on the rear, why are rims so hard to come by for the AWDB C Coilovers from Circuit Motorsports! :bigthumb:
Eibach also makes lowering springs. Hardly anyone makes replacement front shocks for these cars, that's the biggest problem. The rear setup is the same as the RWD RT model. The AWD's also use the same brake pads as the RT models.
Because the front is very different than the RWD and you need rims on all 4 wheels. If all you want is rear rims, you can use the standard RWD offset but they won't fit on the front. The front offset for AWD will fit on the rear so you are (in essence) buying a set of 4 front offset wheels for the AWD. You can mix and match if you want to...but you won't be able to rotate the wheels and they won't look the same with the different offsets.If so much is the same on the rear, why are rims so hard to come by for the AWD
What kind of tire did you use?Factory reproductions has some nice AWD rims. I personally love the way the stock srt8 rims looked, and you can get them with an awd offset there.