wow, those wheels really do fill up the fender gaps
Are you having any problem with rubbing on any sharp parking-lot turns or when you go over speed pumps? I also think your speedometer is going to be a bit off (showing slower speeds) with those larger tires on there... but it looks cool
Lovin' the R/T. Everytime I see one on here, I cry because I am still waiting for mine. I like the Magnum tires, they give it a rugged look.
If I could change one thing about my Caliber, it is that I would get the stock R/T rims and spend the $700 on a different set of sportier rims. I want a change of pace from the Ram I am currently driving, so I want my Caliber to look more sporty than tough.
However, I do like those rims on a good lookin R/T!
As far as wheel rub, do you notice any at when you turn it all the way to the left and right or do they clear the whole wheel wells? I wonder if they can change the speedometer on the caliber like they were able to on my ranger. I had 39.5" swampers on it and still had a half ass acurate spedometer. My guess is it's in the computer.
They look so friggin awesome! I'm drooling right now. God I want a set so bad but my fiscal situation sucks because I spent all my money on ugly hookers and cheap beer. Maybe if I got the hookers before the beer it would be a different story.
Dodge can reset the parameters in the ECU, for the different tire size. I'm always at my local dealers. Best this is to build a rep. with your dealer, and a lot of little things will go in your favor. I had my Neon updated with tire size, and OCJ in Belleville IL did it for free.
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