The only issue I see is that the Lil Devil flares don't extend as far out as the WB flares so the WB wheels will poke.I'm currently running 315s on back with replica wheels without issue. So I think it's doable, but I'd love a reputable source for reference prior to buying anything.
Not really an issue unless the car is lowered or you have any extreme amount of weight in the trunk and back seats. There's enough fender gap on a stock Hellcat at stock ride height to avoid any clearance issues. Dodge just played it safe and cut out more clearance as I would expect for a factory vehicle.Wouldn't you have rubbing issues to on the fender? The widebodys are clearanced there to allow for proper wheel movement without rubbing. That's the one thing I haven't figured out with those that run wider rims and the flares. How do you keep from hitting your fender if you hit a bump or go over a speed bump at anything but a crawl? I've been debating on these since I bought my car but that's my real hesitation with going bigger wheels and flares.
Would love to know how. The fitment in that photo looks really good.View attachment 592182
Done right you can fit 12” of drag radial under the car
If that’s not enough tire you could do a mini tub and custom shock tower
Or you could always cut up yer kids swimming pool
You won’t be able to level the car if you go that route tho : )
18” front n back. They are the super expensive imported jobs lol. race star (almost $130 ea ha). Thanks!So a 10.5" wheel with 17mm ET, 3580 MTs are 305/45-18 right? Looks like those are still 20" wheels on back. I guess 18 looks close to 20 from a distance.
Which wheels are those? They look nice.
When you said 12" I was thinking wheel width not tire width. I already knew you could fit 305 fairly well under there. It's 315s that start to get really tight and sometimes rub.
Gotta just love how wheels and tires use a crazy mix of inches, mm, and ratios to describe them.