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I am about to purchase some 22 x 10 wheels from Factory reproductions for my jeep SRT8

I really want to run BF goodridge 305/40/22s but want to know if there will be any rubbing?

the car has not been lowered and is stock, I see a few people have different tire combinations what is best for these wheels.

I want to order these asap but need help deciding tire sizes as will be shipped internationally so it has to be right.


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I had 305 40 22 toyos....they were super tight
 

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appreciate the prompt response, supertight as in they rubbed or not? , where were they tight was it the front on full lock or rears?

I really want the BF goodridge tire did you stagger your tires or go 22x10 all round?

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thye rubbed the liners on the rearon big bumps...and were super close on full lock on fronts. Im sure they would rub on bumps etc. Try a 305-35-22 or a 285-35-22....that's what I have. I did 22x10 with 285 35.
 

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well....at the time I couldnt find a suitable 295-35
 

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Ahh ok , are the 285s noticeable in width difference to the factory originals?


Basically if I go with either 285/295/305 all with 35 profile ties will be ok yeah?

Thanks mate for your help


We're did you get your front splitter from on the pic it looks nice, looks a great looking car
 

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yes.....any of those with the 35 will be fine


That's a Black Ops CFR splitter
 

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