Wheels/Tires for '14 R/T Max AWD

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    zboucher92 New Member

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    Hey everyone! First post here on the forumz. I'm looking for some advice regarding wheel and tire sizes for my AWD R/T. It hasn't proven very easy searching for a nice set of wheels that can accommodate AWD... I'm currently running the stock 235/55R19s on 20x7.5 wheels with a +55mm offset. I was thinking of going with a 20x10 inch wheel with a +15mm offset and 295/40R20s all around. Any thoughts?
     
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    I realize how stupid that sounds now. But if anyone has recommendations for wheel/tire sizes for AWD, or knows of a good place to buy, please let me know.
     
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    Welcome to the forum. I can't help with the AWD wheels since I have RWD. Hopefully some of the forum members who have mounted aftermarket wheels on their AWD will post up. You can look through the Chassis-Suspension section and the Wheels/Tires section. Do a forum search on AWD.

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    Thanks, guys. I'll definitely check those places out.
     
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    I have 22 inch rims on mine with a +20 offset. They stick out a little which is ok. The only con I have found with having the wrong offset is I get a lot of debris and stuff hit behind the wheels. 20170610_094731.jpg
     
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    I've wondered about using low offset wheels on the AWD as well. I know there are guys (RWD owners) who have used wheel spacers in order to get the wheels to stick out a bit more, so really, what's the difference between that and using low offset wheels on an AWD? Personally, I like the stance when they stick out a little. My concern would be future suspension and AWD system issues...
     

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