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Hi, I just got a 2007 Magnum AWD Hemi, I love it. It needs new tires and has 20" wheels. I don't like them so I want to change. I have found a few options I like and want to know about a few things that are confusing me.

Can I put wider tires/wheels on the back? I'm looking at 285/50 and 255/55's, they are 29.2" and 29.0" in diameter, respectively. How much, if any, can my diameters be different? (it works out to be about 4.7 revolutions per mile different)

Offset: The front wheels I'm looking at don't come in the offset suggested: 32mm but in 20mm. I definitely have a half inch or more under the wheel well to spare. Do I need to worry about anything else with the offset?

The other option for the offset would be to get wheels with the bolt pattern 5x114.3 vs 5x115. I've read good and bad views about this. What say you gurus?

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Daniel
 

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Check out TSW wheels, they have many options for offsets. If you call them they could give you some good insight on what would work. I'm sure someone on the forum will have some great info. Good luck!

Hi, I just got a 2007 Magnum AWD Hemi, I love it. It needs new tires and has 20" wheels. I don't like them so I want to change. I have found a few options I like and want to know about a few things that are confusing me.

Can I put wider tires/wheels on the back? I'm looking at 285/50 and 255/55's, they are 29.2" and 29.0" in diameter, respectively. How much, if any, can my diameters be different? (it works out to be about 4.7 revolutions per mile different)

Offset: The front wheels I'm looking at don't come in the offset suggested: 32mm but in 20mm. I definitely have a half inch or more under the wheel well to spare. Do I need to worry about anything else with the offset?

The other option for the offset would be to get wheels with the bolt pattern 5x114.3 vs 5x115. I've read good and bad views about this. What say you gurus?

Thanks,

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You should also try customoffsets.com They have a great deal of knowledge on the wheels/tires combinations. They weree a big help for me with an '08 AWD - which has its own issues.
 
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