+15 offset works fine. I have some Helo 22x9.5's with 285/30/22's and have no rubbing issues.Doc G said:Really, am still debating right now to get them. I will decide by tomorrow. Problem with this car is that there is not many choices right now that would fit. They said alot of the rims that have 114.3 to 115 have offsets that are to big. They said I would have to put a spacer so that it won't hit. I am leaning toward waiting for TIS wheels which will fit. but they won't be available til JUne or JUly. decisions, decisions
I understood the offset is 55mmAWDRIVER said:Hello...
Just wondering what the deal is with the AWD 300c and the Wheel & Tire Clearance Specs...
1st- The 300cAWD has an extra inch of clearance room... so therefore should there be a little more wiggling room with a bigger tire on a 22" rim????
2nd I know that the AWD 300c Takes a Bolt Pattern Of 5X115
And the Offset has to be inbetween 35-42....
So... with such odd rims is there any option to go with 22's and end up with something above 30 series tires..????
SOMEONE PLEASE HELP
(The New Guy)
The only Chryser with 5x112 bolt pattern is the Crossfire which is built entirely in Germany buy Mercedes-Benz. All 300's and Dodge Magnums have 5X115.Doc G said:I just went to get some 20's at a local dealer. I found out the 300C has 5 x 114.3 while the 300 limited has 5 x 112. They almost ordered me the wrong wheels because of the difference in the 2 models
hold on to your keyboard - all question get answered eventually!AWDRIVER said:You seem pretty knowledgeable E55.... I had a couple questions posted that I bet you could answer and you replied to the other dudes question... can you help me out a little????
You're right. The self sealing tires add 3 pounds per wheel. See: http://www.300cforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5353aspendog said:55.5 lbs w/ self sealing tires (pretty sure that adds a little weight)