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Will 22s Fit ?

Old 08-22-2012, 09:36 PM
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Default Will 22s Fit ?

Hello all, I just purchased my first Charger, it's a 2007 R/T AWD. I was just wondering if 22 inch rims from a 2009 R/T RWD will fit on mine with no problems. His was all stock with no suspension mods.
Old 08-31-2012, 10:01 PM
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The offset difference between RWD and AWD LX models is roughly 37mm, about 1.5". In other words pending on profile size and width of wheels/rims, at the very least the offset would seat the tires 1.5" further "more" out now then your current AWD rims stock setup.

The other possible issue would likely be clearance with your front upper control arms. Even though you have the opposite problem with the wheels tappering outward, I would "strongly" recommending a trial fitment first before purchasing. Most AWD LX owners looking for aftermarket rims purchase them with the proper offset from manufactures that provide those options.
Old 09-02-2012, 07:15 PM
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Cool brake rotors and caliber for 22in rims

I placed 22's on my car and was having issues with the steering wheel shaking when speeds were over 60mph and when braking. We checked the tie rods and they had to be changed because pf the extra weight on them. Now the shaking has started again and my neighbor says it may be the rotors and calibers. My question is when I bought the car it was outfitted with 18in wheels. Do i need to purchase rotors for 22's or just replace the one I have with 18's? Also, what size do I need because I don't want to order the wrong one's Thanks

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