can I put 22 on my chrysler 300 touring

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  1. big111

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    I have 2005 chrysler 300 touring I wanna put 22 on it do I need to make any mods or will they bolt on with no problem and no rubing or do I have to custom fab????
     
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    As long as you get the right offset with the correct tire size, they should fit with no problems.
     
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    Should be no problem, just make sure you get the correct offset for either rwd or awd.
     
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    It s rear wheel and what would proper tire size and shit b?i
     
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    I run 265/35's but I've seen a few 265/30's as well. Just less sidewall with the 30's.
     
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    265/35/22 will fit just fine, you can put up to a 24" rim on our cars
     
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    If you're not doing any suspension mods, and your offset is 18-20, you can run quite a bit of meat in the rear. I have a 3inch drop and I'm running 295/25/22 rear with no rubbing. I'm putting my spacers on and adjusting camber soon, so I'll have to roll my fenders, but MOST people don't go very low or very wide. Average width is 9inch. 8.5 is pretty standard as well. My fronts are 9 and my rear are 10.5. There's a LOT to go into it. FYI, the stock offset is 18 for the 5.7, 3.5, and 2.7 RWD platforms. And the stock width is 8.5 I do believe. So, take that and run with it. IN a nutshell, the less you do, the less you HAVE to do. I know a lot of people with 22's in various tire sizes that do absolutely nothing else, so I doubt you would have an issue unless you went with an unrealistically tall tire (which would be pricey).
     
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    Go with 24s man lol. good luck with the 22s tho
     
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    I got 22's on my 08 touring. I didn't have any issues. I went with 22x9.5 with +18 offset.
     

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