Will "the new" Nitto 555 G2 rub

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  1. SUPERCOOLSRT

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    wanted to put a set of Nitto 555 G2 in back only
    305/30/20

    Will they rub?

    I thought I read in a thread " that I could not find" just confirming before I purchase tomorrow

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    I know u have the answer need to order today
    Help! Will the 305/30/20 rub on the hellcat charger
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    will the tires rub?
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    What tire are you pairing this with in the front? Are you using stock rims? Couple of things to think about If your staying with the 275/40 in front, just understand that this is a 305/30 aspect tire (not 35) and it has a diameter of 27.25" versus approx. 28.7" for the 275/40. So the rears will be significantly smaller than the fronts (1.5" in diameter). The 295/40 version of this 555 G2 has a closer diameter size (29.3") and is around 11.85" wide (although the 305 is .5" wider).
    Room for thought. Regardless, if you go with the 305's it would be interesting to know how they fit. May be another option to add to the "tire" arsenal.
     
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