Originally Posted by sseilmnop
Do you have the load leveling suspension? If so there is a rod/lever on driver side rear wheel that is used for measuring. It is not adjustable but if you shorten the rod it will make the back ride higher. (I think shorter!!!!) This fix or any of the others will not keep the tires from rubbing, they will just rub less often and only on bigger bumps.
My buddies GP rubbed bad with the 20s partly due to sagging rear springs and really wide tires. the above mentioned (adjustable spring spacers) cured all. no rub at all and ride quality didnt change much. just my 2 cents and experience. All my buddies run 18'* or bigger. If they dont run airbags then they use these adjustable spring spacers, and swear by them
Including a buddy that has a 09 Charger on 24'* and a 300c on 24'*. If there is one thing i know its rims and fitment.
1992 Bonnie SE, freshly overhauled, 6000k HID'*, SensaTrac Struts, 32mm Tubular SSEI sway bar
Kenwood HU , JL 1000/1, 8W7'*, 15" CVX'*, 18" DC lvl4