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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Hi 300 owners,

I'm new to forum and have been trying to catch up on reading all the great posts.

I'm expecting delivery of my 300C AWD in the next couple of weeks and want to change out the wheels and tires right away. It looks like I'm limited in my wheel choice because of the specific AWD wheel Backside Spacing and Offset.

I'm leaning hard towards the TIS 02 wheels (20 x 7.5) but don't have a clue as to what tire size will work with these wheels.

Thanks,

Jim in Reno
 

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dono if you know or not but the AWD wheels need a 35-42 mm offset, a 5X511 bolt pattern and the largest wheel u can put on them is a 22 inch :)
 

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300cp said:
dono if you know or not but the AWD wheels need a 35-42 mm offset, a 5X511 bolt pattern and the largest wheel u can put on them is a 22 inch :)

HOLY COW 511 MM Bolt Pattern? :confused:

I think he meant 5x115!!! LOL


Only messin 300CP
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)

Product Number: TIS0227511
Size: 20 x 7.5
Product Description: 20 x 7.5 TIS02 5X100+42MM CHROME
Backside Spacing (in/mm): 6/153
Offset: 42 mm
 

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Check out mc2...

MC2 Makes Forged Wheels for the 300C... And they are pretty dope... check them out at www.moparsupercenter.com or A 300cforums sponsored site Wyckoff. Both have comprable prices..

The MC2 wheels are Forged and work out to be a close match to stock wheel and tire weight.. . for 2400$ w/tire pressure sensors...

PS ... When did you put your order in on your AWD??? I put my order in in march and I have not gotten out of BX Status... :evil:

(Pissed) and ready for my car...

So when did you order??? Please let me know...

And be wary of wheel weight... It can make your ride like shat..

Have fun...
 

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Guys, check the weight of the wheel tire combo, you can really screw up the handling, braking, and ride by adding too much unsprung weight.
 

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Thanks for all the advice. I'm still trying to decide. I've got an inquiry (bolt pattern and offset) into a Gianelle V5 wheel also.
 

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Reno said:
Thanks for all the advice. I'm still trying to decide. I've got an inquiry (bolt pattern and offset) into a Gianelle V5 wheel also.
James,
The 02's were in Chicago and are on the way ! We lucked out big time. I will call you later today to go over the details.
 

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Discussion Starter · #9 · (Edited)
Thanks Felix,

Oh boy — here comes the brown truck!



Good working with you!
 

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Tis 01 20's or 07's 22's for me....cant descide on 20's or 22's.........what do you guys think..........
 

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ok........then

tis 07 22's ..is my first choice for my awd
 

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Please post pictures after installing 20's or 22's. Thanks.
 

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Spoke with TSW today. Regardless of what bolt pattern a certain wheel is spec'd at, they will drill a blank to the bolt pattern you need...problem solved!
 

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Still have trouble with tire size?

300cp said:
tis 07 22's ..is my first choice for my awd
If you are having trouble trying to work out which tires you will need to put on so as to keep you speedometer reading correct, you can look up the formula for work out tyre overall height in the tire info pages at www.tyretown.com
They're pretty clever those kiwi's in new zealand.
 
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