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Hey, what size and brand of tire are you using? It seems like I can't get a matched pair... 265 30 22 and 285 30 22... I need at least a little sidewall... damn... :smoke: Hehe.. the new 22" forged 2 piece are lighter than my stockers... :lol:
 

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Hey, what size and brand of tire are you using? It seems like I can't get a matched pair... 265 30 22 and 285 30 22... I need at least a little sidewall... damn... :smoke: Hehe.. the new 22" forged 2 piece are lighter than my stockers... :lol:
I'm running Dunlop Sportmaxx 265-35-22. They are a true 22inch car tire. You can get them in different sizes as well.
 

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http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/searchTiresBySize.do?rcz=60435&rc=ILCINT&cs=285&ar=30&rd=22

as far as I know, either of those two are only available in matching 265/35 fronts.

the only other pirelli option that I know of for the rear (to match their 265/30) front is a (too small) 295/25.

My boss has this combo in his 745, and the rears are noticibly smaller than the fronts. So when the new wheels come in, hes going with the 315/25 I reccomended in my first post.

What rear width are you working with anyway?
 

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i would go with a 35 profile tire if the car is not lowered.. you will like it alot more. i would know....
 

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I have some Nitto 420S 265/35/22... great tires in my opinion.
 

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http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/searchTiresBySize.do?rcz=60435&rc=ILCINT&cs=285&ar=30&rd=22

as far as I know, either of those two are only available in matching 265/35 fronts.

the only other pirelli option that I know of for the rear (to match their 265/30) front is a (too small) 295/25.

My boss has this combo in his 745, and the rears are noticibly smaller than the fronts. So when the new wheels come in, hes going with the 315/25 I reccomended in my first post.

What rear width are you working with anyway?

22 X 8.5 front 22X 10 in the rear. Thanks for all your help too!

 

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Those look nice!

Lastnight I did some 24x11 Vellano (2 piece I think) on a 08 Audi SUV, they looked very similar to yours, they were ****ing goregous!
 

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Thanks. They're forged 2 piece that are lighter than my stock 20's... brushed center with polished lip. :smoke:
 

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running nitto 420's and like them. but 265/35/22 front 295/30/22 rear, I like the set up
 

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Very nice...

Hey,

I just had the ID Forged 311s that GS Motorsports sells as a package installed on my recently dropped SRT Charger, and I'll tell you, you defintiely want 30 series for the rear (no 25), and unless your offsets are perfect, I'd maybe consider a 255/35 for the front, as I had to pay extra for the front fenders to be rolled/pulled/liner trimmed to fit the 22 X 9 fronts with a 265/35/22 in Toyo Proxes 4 fitment, and I didn't "slam" the KWs....

I really like those wheels, and am anxious to see what they will look like. That style was one of my top 3 choices when I was looking at new wheels....Who makes those?, as I was looking at the "Huntingdon" ?? by USWheel I think....Please post pics as soon as you get them on....
 

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i just put on 22x9.5 rims all around with 265/35/22 tires ..looks great on stock suspension
 

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Hey,

I just had the ID Forged 311s that GS Motorsports sells as a package installed on my recently dropped SRT Charger, and I'll tell you, you defintiely want 30 series for the rear (no 25), and unless your offsets are perfect, I'd maybe consider a 255/35 for the front, as I had to pay extra for the front fenders to be rolled/pulled/liner trimmed to fit the 22 X 9 fronts with a 265/35/22 in Toyo Proxes 4 fitment, and I didn't "slam" the KWs....

I really like those wheels, and am anxious to see what they will look like. That style was one of my top 3 choices when I was looking at new wheels....Who makes those?, as I was looking at the "Huntingdon" ?? by USWheel I think....Please post pics as soon as you get them on....

They're from a company in California called Dynamic Performance Engineering (DPE Wheels).

http://www.dpengineering.cc/

They were going to hook me up with Falkens with a 25 series rear tire. The offsets should be perfect because they built them specifically for my car. The lack of sidewall outback scares the crap out of me, so I am looking at all my options. Again, 8.5 X 22 front and 10 X 22 rear, I should be able to go with a 265 35 22 in front and a 285 20 22 out back? I've only seen the Pirelli's come in this size.
 

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Falken 265/35/22
 

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Go look up aspendog on 300c forums....he had the same dimensions, with I think toyos. I don't remember the size off hand, but they were meaty.
 

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Its funny to me how youre looking for staggered sizes and every one that keeps poping in is reccomended just the 265/35. Read the whole post people.

The only 285/25 I found was Pirelli. With the 285/25 youre side wall will be bigger than mine. ;) The 295/25 will be even bigger. But with the P Zero Nero you will have to go witht he 265/30 front, they dont make it in a 265/35; those are the Asimmetrico's.
 

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Last question; anyone know if a 285 30 22 will fit out back on a lowered Charger? I've got the Hotchkis springs & sways installed and am wondering about clearance. My rears are 10" wide....
 
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