2008 - Current Dodge Challenger Narrowbody
Brake Clearance Information
All wheels listed will clear all known factory and aftermarket brake setups
Wider fitments for enhanced performance
Whether you enjoy spirited street driving or you're a weekend track warrior chasing lap times, these wheel & tire configurations are ideal for enthusiasts looking for a more dramatic improvement in performance. They are typically paired with performance oriented summer tires or track oriented R-compounds and this category includes both staggered and square configurations to best suit each individual drivers priorities, goals and preferences for their vehicle.
We've optimized the offset of our wheels to work well with the stock fenders, however certain tire compounds may require negative camber to fit properly. See fitment notes under each tire configuration below to see if modifications are required. If you plan to track your car, we highly recommended dialing in negative camber regardless of whether your wheel/tire fitment requires it for fender clearance. Negative camber is vital for extracting the most performance and longevity out of your tires on track, and without the proper amount the outer shoulders of your tires will wear out prematurely and running tire costs will dramatically increase. These small amounts of negative camber will not have a noticeable affect on tread life for street use.
Front & Rear: 20x10" ET19
APEX Staff Pick: Front & Rear: 275/40-20
Front: 20x10" ET19 // Rear: 20x10.5” ET22
APEX Staff Pick: Front 275/40-20 // Rear 305/35-20
Whether you are a casual weekend track warrior that still enjoys your car on the street, or a hard core racer competing for a spot on the podium, negative camber is a vital part of chassis setup that has many benefits. Not only will adding negative camber create more room for wider wheel and tire configurations, it more importantly improves handling, turn-in and tire longevity. Learn more in our blog article, The Positives of Negative Camber.