Has anyone used these rims ? Classic Design Outlaws

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  1. HCone

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    I am thinking of using these front and rear. They look decent.
    Has anyone used them?
    They say rear placement and list no other width
    I assume the 20 X10 with 25mm offset will not be an issue on the front?
    I am thinking 275 tires in front and 305 or 315's in rear on these rims( would there be an issue with the 315's as far as rear clearance? )
     
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    Good looking wheels. I wish that I could help you answer your questions but I've never saw them myself.

    Good luck getting the information that you need. I bet that someone on this site will chime in and answer
    your questions.
     
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    Yeah they look like a really decent wheel... they are enough different than the stock slingshots that I would do all 4. As for interference issues going from what I've read the 315's do have some clearance issues... very tight where they may rub the plastic inner liner of the wheel well. The safer bet is the 305's.
     
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    mine is slammed over 2" in back and i fit a 305 tire on a 10.5 wheel with ease.

    Thats a good looking wheel.. would like to see it mounted.
     
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    Doc Fluty....I agree. Good looking wheel and I'd like to see it mounted and on a Challenger.
     
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    well apparently they will not fit without adapters.
    Here is reply from CDC if anyone is interested, I really do not want to have to deal with custom adapters
    Too bad, Nice rims,and they obviously have no interest in producing them for Dodge.

    Thanks for the interest in our Outlaw Wheels! We do not currently offer a direct fitment for the Challenger Hellcat, as the Outlaws are specifically designed to fit bolt pattern, offset, and hub bore of 2005 to current Ford Mustangs.


    With that being said, where there’s a will there’s always a way. You would have to use a set of custom adapters. You would use our 20x9 ET 35 in the front, and our 20x10 ET 41 for the rear.


    If this is something you’d like to pursue, let me know and we can direct you to someone capable of manufacturing the spacers. Please understand that these would be custom made (not “off the shelf”) items. Also, CDC will not be held responsible for any improperly installed spacers, or quality of the spacers for that matter.


    Below is some specific information for the construction of the wheel adapters


    FRONT:

    USE 20X9.0 ET35

    ADAPTORS TO ORDER:

    PCD for Car – 5x115

    PCD for Studs (Wheel) – 5x114.3

    1” (25.4mm)

    This brings the “offset” to ET10

    Hub Centric to the car (back side of the adaptor) – 71.5mm

    Hub Centric to the car (front side of the adaptor) – 70.6mm

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    REAR:

    USE 20X10 ET41

    ADAPTORS TO ORDER:

    PCD for Car – 5x115

    PCD for Studs (Wheel) – 5x114.3

    1” (25.4mm)

    This brings the “offset” to ET16

    Hub Centric to the car (back side of the adaptor) – 71.5mm

    Hub Centric to the car (front side of the adaptor) – 70.6mm
     
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    No adapters in my future, at least not for wheels or anything that could be a safety issue.

    Thanks for the post!
     

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