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    Default For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

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    NTB was the only one I found around here that would try. They actually did a good job. 305/35ZR20 rear.
    275/40ZR20 front. Pirelli P-zero.
    No problems fitting.

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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    LOOKS NICE! There is a guy in weston, Minuteman Muffler that can do the low profile tires, he won't put on run flats though.

    so how's traction with them... no more awd burnouts?
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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    Looks good man!



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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    Looks great! I love the Jeep SRT8's. Considering buying one til I looked at gas mileage.
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    I imagine that would look pretty neat slammed out... wierd to say that about a jeep but hey...

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    No 4wd burnouts for awhile. The front tires weren't to bad, but the rear tires were expensive. No warranty offered. They are super sticky. Even after a couple of weeks they still fling any and all grit on the road up into the fender wells. It had a Bwoody lowered spring kit on it when I bought it. But any little bump would rattle your teeth. It had about a 1/2" of suspension travel. You couldn't stick your finger in above the bump stop. I put the original springs back on. I have the Bwoody setup if anyone wants it. I get 12.8 mpg. Supercharger didn't seem to change fuel Econ.

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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    not incredibly terrible.. you don't drive like miss daisy in that thing either.
    2001 Corvette - Heads, Cam, Intake, Full exhaust, Hotchkiss Swaybars, z06 brake ducts, SS brake pistons & Lines Etc. Lowered & Murdered out.
    2000 Trans AM WS6 - Forged Motor APS Twin Turbo Kit. Full Suspension & C5 brakes.... in pieces currently
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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    Quote Originally Posted by SRT8 View Post
    No 4wd burnouts for awhile. The front tires weren't to bad, but the rear tires were expensive. No warranty offered. They are super sticky. Even after a couple of weeks they still fling any and all grit on the road up into the fender wells. It had a Bwoody lowered spring kit on it when I bought it. But any little bump would rattle your teeth. It had about a 1/2" of suspension travel. You couldn't stick your finger in above the bump stop. I put the original springs back on. I have the Bwoody setup if anyone wants it. I get 12.8 mpg. Supercharger didn't seem to change fuel Econ.

    This is an old post but Do you still have the Bwoody?

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    Default Re: For the 305/35ZR20s on Jeep SRT8

    that is the sizes I want to put on my Camaro, look good

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