Q: What wheel sizes are offered by Huntington Modern Muscle Car Wheels?
A: We offer Camaro, Challenger, Mustang and Charger wheel fitments in sizes 18x9, 18x10, 20x9, 20x10, 20x10.5, 22x9, 22x10.5, 22x11 in all finishes.
Q: What is a staggered fitment?
A: A staggered fitment is also referred to as a staggered application. Basically it means that you are running different sized wheels on the back of your muscle car than from the front. Usually a staggered wheel fitment refers to wider wheels on the rear of the vehicle, for example 18x9 on the front and 20x10 on the rear. Running wider wheels on the drive wheels means more grip on acceleration and from an aesthetic perspective, it means larger lips.
Q: What is a load rating?
A: A load rating refers to a maximum allowable weight that a given wheel has been tested and rated at. All wheels can be rated differently, for instance the wheels on a passenger car will require a smaller load rating than the wheels on a heavier SUV. A vehicle manufacturer will give a standard GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) to each of its vehicles. This rating is the maximum allowable weight for a fully loaded vehicle which includes passengers and extra equipment. At that point each of the wheels is tested and rated according to the GVWR of all the vehicles they were meant to be mounted on.
Q: How do larger wheels affect the handling and performance of my Camaro, Challenger, Charger and Mustang?
A: The handling can be improved by running larger wheels on your Camaro, Challenger, Charger and Mustang. Generally larger wheels mean that you will run a lower profile tire and usually a wider tire. The low profile tire often performs better when cornering and braking, as tire roll is greatly reduced.
Q: Can I use the original Camaro, Challenger, Charger or Mustang center cap?
A: Yes. Huntington modern muscle car wheels will accept the factory cap.
Q: Will Huntington Muscle Car wheels fit on Camaro, Challenger, Charger and Mustang vehicles?
A: Yes, these wheels were designed to fit all these vehicles. Of course we always recommend test fitting for proper fitment prior to mounting of tires, especially on heavily modified vehicles.
Q: Will I need Hub Centric Rings to center Huntington Wheels on my Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, or Chrysler?
A. No these are machined with the factory centerbore spec.
Q: Can I use my factory lug nuts with these wheels?
A. These wheels were drilled to accept your factory hardware.
Q: Will these wheels fit on my car without modifying or rolling the fenders?
A. These wheels were designed with these cars in mind so rest assured that these wheels will not require having fender modifications.
Q: What offset is best for the Dodge Magnum?
A. ET 20 for the front wheels and ET 25 for the rear wheels.
Q: What offset is best for the Camaro?
A. ET 25 and ET 30 for the front wheels, ET 35 and ET 38 for the rear wheels.
Q: What offset is best for the Mustang?
A. ET 32 for the front wheels and an ET 45 for the rear wheels.
Q: Do these modern muscle car wheels fit the OE caps?
Q: Do these wheels clear the calipers on the SS Camaro?
Q: Do these wheels clear the calipers of the SRT8 Dodge Challenger/ Magnum?
Q: Do these wheels clear the calipers of the GT500 Mustang?