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I have a 300c AWD and I have tried 2 sets of 22" wheels with 35mm offset both set out about an inch. Has anyone found a flush fit 22"? What offset? Will 40mm be enough? I understand stock is 58mm. I have talked to TIS and they say they do not have a fit and may not make a fit.
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Have you tried the TIS 07 in 22x8.5 5-115 with 40mm offset. The wheel itself is allready 1" narrower than most 22" wheels for the Chrysler's.




arnlund said:
I have a 300c AWD and I have tried 2 sets of 22" wheels with 35mm offset both set out about an inch. Has anyone found a flush fit 22"? What offset? Will 40mm be enough? I understand stock is 58mm. I have talked to TIS and they say they do not have a fit and may not make a fit.
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Ryan at American Racing (TIS) says that they do not carry a wheel that will work. I think that the center boar is the wrong size.
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Our American Racing Distributor says there are wheels that work "sometimes" as he said some customers get them to work, and others have "minor" rubbing isssues.



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Ryan at American Racing (TIS) says that they do not carry a wheel that will work. I think that the center boar is the wrong size.
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What is his name? Do you sell the wheels? Did he say why they sometimes fit and sometimes not?
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Sorry I am banned from telling you that we have an awesome website that does sell this product. :naughty:
He did say most rubbing issues are solve by using a ultra thin 3mm spacer, if needed. You can use one of those spacers and still keep your wheel hub centric too.


arnlund said:
What is his name? Do you sell the wheels? Did he say why they sometimes fit and sometimes not?
Thank You for your help.
 
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