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Anyone running 17/18" welds on a lowered narrow body Hellcat? I seen some people say they can fit a 18x10 without any modifications on the stock suspension. I'm running the eibach pro kit with eibach rear camber bushings. Just trying to figure out what I'll need to fit a smaller wheel. Post pics please!
 

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17x10 F14 beadlocks with 315 50 17
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With 305s you will not have any fenderwell liner mods.
 
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Your welcome
 

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He will not need end links with 18 inch wheels
 

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Being lowered doesn't make a difference on the end links.
 

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Interesting. So 18x10 will for sure fit without end links? If that's the case I'll get 18s.
in my opinion the sway bar links are an easy install 30 minute job tops...if you know the size sockets and wrenches you'll need going into it. You'll also save money going with a 17 due to cheaper tires and even the wheels will be a little cheaper
 

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in my opinion the sway bar links are an easy install 30 minute job tops...if you know the size sockets and wrenches you'll need going into it. Youll also save money
I agree, I would not let the requirement of needing end links determine if I get 17 or 18" wheels. End links are such an easy install. Get the wheels you want, and enjoy.
 

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in my opinion the sway bar links are an easy install 30 minute job tops...if you know the size sockets and wrenches you'll need going into it. You'll also save money going with a 17 due to cheaper tires and even the wheels will be a little cheaper
I would either just run drag radials with 20s or go 17" and change the links out with bwoody ones. I just don't think 18s will give you enough sidewall to do much more than the 20s....
 
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links don't matter bro getting ready to put mine down doing the sway bars and springs just waiting for my rear diff brace to come, I love the toy box set up, was wondering how much of a ceiling do you need for the lift ?
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I believe my ceiling height is just over 10ft.
Having all lowered cars makes it easy to fit.
 

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I would either just run drag radials with 20s or go 17" and change the links out with bwoody ones. I just don't think 18s will give you enough sidewall to do much more than the 20s....
thats exactly why I'm running a 17, I fit a 28x11.5 (292/55) tire with plenty of room to squat. I have Eibach Launch/drag springs to help with weight transfer
 
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