20x14 Rears Possible w/ Liberty Walk Fenders?

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  1. Ohthatguy

    Ohthatguy Hellcat Member

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    I've seen 20x13.5 with lots of camber on those widebody challengers but I'm not sure that they did all of the tweaks on the inner side of the wheel well. Do you guys think a HC Challenger with the $400 inner wheel well tweaks and LW wide fenders could tuck a 20x14 rear wheel without stretched tires (probably 345's) and all of that goofy camber going on?

    Edited to add: Nevermind, 20x15 has been done with stretched tires so a 'normal' tire set up (345's/ 355's) should work on 20x14.5 wheels.[​IMG]
     
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    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    Why would you screw with the inner wheel well if you want to just attach some stuff on the side to cover 14" or hell 20" wide wheels. Just stick them out there and go for it!

    Don't think you need that much, since a few members are under ten seconds now with simply a good set of 18" diameter wheels and 305-45 size tires that are proper.
     
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    The car just looks silly on the skinny 9.5 wheels and nothing with this much power should lack the steamroller tires of the Viper or Aventador.
     
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    Fast cat BANNED Hellcat Car Club

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    no comment.
     
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    Ohthatguy Hellcat Member

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    Guys I'm talking about light weight forged wheels and massive tires. Both are completely appropriate on a 700+ hp muscle car.
     
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    Fast cat BANNED Hellcat Car Club

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    I'm no one to judge someone else's taste. I like the rear quarter panel billboard style my self. And I like the liberty walk- hellgotto after it was wrapped. Good luck in your adventure.
     
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    It's not a Honda!
     
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    Ohthatguy Hellcat Member

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    Exactly. 9.5" wide wheels belong on a Honda, not a 700+ hp muscle car.
     
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    Not if you have to hack it up and put truck flares on it! Drag Radials will provide all the traction you need without butchery.
     
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    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    So okay. You can get 10.5" or sounds like you would not mind 11" wheels. I agree the 9.5" especially in the back needs help. I have 10.5" wheels myself. Get some 11" wheels, go ahead and do a little inner work and you can fit some 315/30 NT01's, or anything else that is about 12.75" wide back there. Once you are into that range there are plenty of sticky wide pieces of rubber you can get back there with matching front rubber for some 10" wheels. Get some 10" wheels up front and use 285/35's there.

    Get hold of Bismarch at Triumph Performance they are a Vendor here and has the numbers and has made lots of folks some pretty good looking and functional wheels without modifications to the body.
    Wheels made to order
     
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    I saw one of those Liberty Walk abortions at SEMA.

    I exercised my Liberty to Walk away from it as quickly as possible
     
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    I think they look great.

    Not sure if the LW fenders will cover the additional 3" to get you 14"... but i do see that the LW uses 12" wide rims on the cars they have listed.

    Might want to call them to see how far their flare kick out.
     
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    Have to be sure to use rims that are at least 3 inches too wide for the tires so that the rim shell extends outside of the tire.

    And dont forget a giant helping of negative camber
     
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    If this gets done, they will tuck in, have no negative camber or stretched tires with the rim edge exposed. Just massive 345's or 355's with a giant contact patch. It'll also be on a black cat so it blends in better.
     
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    Yo, Check wit dis guy, ova hea. He's da freakin' expert:

     
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