2022 Charger Hellcat Widebody
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I haven’t seen a lot of winter set ups recently so I wanted to put mine out there. For starters, I lived in Alaska most all of my life and live in North Dakota now so I am no stranger to winter driving. I ran Blizzak LM-32 on my Mustang in Alaska for years and only had an issue with icy hills. The widebody size 305/35-20 makes it harder to find snow tires as some have mentioned. The only winter option in that size is a Pirelli at over $800 per tire. You can run a 295/35-20 in Blizzak but I decided to run a 315/35-20 simply for less wheel gap. It’s a Michelin Pilot Aplin P4 tire designed originally for Porsche. It was around $425 per tire installed at Costco. I will also add around 150 pounds of sandbags to the trunk for traction over the rear tires. I plan on posting an update with photos and driving impressions once snow hits in November for those of you who daily your Cat in the winter and want to know what options are out there.