Challenger SRT Hellcat
I personally will only go lighter than stock if I'm purchasing aftermarket wheels.
I don't mind the look, my concern would be the rear fender.Stellas, that really helps. Since you tucked it in 6mm=0.236in; the edge of that rim is approximately 1/4" farther out than the OEM 9.5"
So, adding a 10" with the 18mm offset looks just like that. I agree sticking out past the fender for the wheel anyway, no good.
Could do a 10" with the 24mm backset, will set like the OEM on the outside and look like what you have inside. Too bad, I thought we may do better than that.
I wish getting wider rear tires and rims were easier but it seems some of us may have to do trial and error some moreUnfortunately, a wider wheel is usually going to be heavier than the stock wheels. You have to spend some serious $$$ to get something as strong and lighter than stock. Widening the OEMs will add weight as well.
I think the Axis Model Twos are very close to the OEM wheel design, and the 10" rears only weigh two pounds more each for under $300 apiece. I also think the +20mm offset will keep the wheel centered in the wheel well, causing fewer clearance issues in both front and back.
You could always powder coat these to look like the OEM wheels (matte black OR brass monkey) for about $100.00 per, and save the cost of a matching front set.
That's the same wheel they had with 24mm offset. The guy at MT said it was a different wheel to trial fit. Did you call them and give your 2 cents? We need that wheel in a 18mm offset in the rearWell, I was finally able to test fit the SC-5 Mickey Thompson wheels. I was offered the opportunity to test fit 1 front and 1 rear wheel from Mickey Thompson. The front measures 20x9 with a +18 offset, and the rear measures 20x10.5 with a +24 offset. I did not mount tires, just put them up to check brake, suspension, etc. clearance on the Hellcat.
-Great looking wheel that is relatively inexpensive. These wheels can be had for well less than $300 each.
-They fit!!! But just barely in the rear... I think 305s could be done on the rear with some massaging of the splash shield. Its going to be close. IMO, 315s are out of the question. I just dont see them fitting without removing part of the rear splash shield..
- the front wheel fits great. Sits in the fender nice and doesnt even come close to that big caliper.
-HEAVY... 30 lbs on the front and 33 for the rear... I think the factory forged are 26? BIG difference...
-I just dont like how the rear wheel sticks outside the rear quarter wheel lip... I prefer my wheels and tires tucked inside.... But thats a matter of opinion...
All in all, I think these are a great wheel for someone looking to change the look of their car on a budget... Or, if someone wanted to just buy the rears and mount some 305 drag radials for the track... View attachment 4785 View attachment 4786 View attachment 4787 View attachment 4788
That's the same wheel they had with 24mm offset. The
That's the same wheel they had with 24mm offset. The guy at MT said it was a different wheel to trial fit. Did you call them and give your 2 cents? We need that wheel in a 18mm offset in the rear