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ok my friend just gave me a pair of slicks they are Hoosier 26x11.50-15LT he said they will fit any 15" rim 8"-10" wide so first question
will a 15" rim fit over the stock 05 SRT brakes?
and if so what offset/spacer would i need to keep from rubbing the inside wheel well or strut assy?
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Yes 15's will fit.

Those are HUGE slicks and youll need coilovers at least to run them. They may be too wide.
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my 23X8.5X15s barely clear my coilovers I have less than a half inch of clearance between the sidewall and the coilover with 35mm offset rim.

You're going to need to do some measuring to see what offset/spacer you will need. At the very least some huge spacers with longer wheel studs and most likely will still not fit

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My 26x8's clear with stock struts but they stick out about a half inch past the fenders. You would need a lot of offset to clear those 11's and even then I bet they would get into the fenders when you turn.

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it is too wide of a tire, and more than likely too tall of one as well for your horsepower needs.

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That's a 650+ whp tire.

And it'd be a bitch to get under the fenders anyway.

Sell them and go with something more correct for your power level and intended use.










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