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Ah. Probably just the picture. Still waiting on the wheels, so it will be a week or two before I put them on.
I am sure it is just the picture
but the right side of the rear tire tread looks like it drops off faster from center than the left side
not sure if this will help
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I found a pic of the...
I did a few years ago, I'll see if I have pics somewhere.
Jack Labosky, a relief pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays Class A organization, has a unique “home”- a renovated school bus.
He used his...
What concerns you about the “flatness”?
The guy who makes the wheels I bought runs the same tires and wheels on his Challenger. He said as long as I don’t have the all wheel...
SRT-Tom posted a new thread.
A 2006 Ford GT street-legal, 2,500 hp. car has officially broken the 300 mph barrier in the standing mile. The car, modified by M2K...
I currently have the new Cooper Zeon RS3-G1 tires on my Challenger (245/45-20s on front and 275/40-20s on rear). They perform great and...
LOL, I've heard there were people like you :)
I buy cars that I enjoy driving.
But I was GLAD the dealer only drove MY 2010 for 1k per...
Interesting. Thanks. Might try them since I only put 20,000 miles on this car in 10 years lol
Looks more like 255's for the front
I am more concerned with the flatness of the uninflated rear tires.
Hopefully just the picture.
Yes, I have a set of Falken's on my 2006 300C. They had an 85,000 mile warranty. I have had them for over a year and they wear nicely...
What size wheel and offset? I didn't think that you could mount 315s on the front and not have clearance problems.
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