How To Fit 24 Inch Rims On A Dodge Charger

One of your friends was giving away their 24 inch rims and you thought they would look perfect on your Dodge Charger, but you have no idea how to fit 24 inch rims on a Dodge Charger? Don't worry, as always, we have you covered. For those on a budget, you may need to spend some money to get this done. Before you get started, you are going to need some materials. The materials needed are:

  • Air Impact

  • Air compressor

  • Air hose

  • Low profile tires

  • Wedge

  • Jack

  • Air chuck

  • Air Gage


  1. The first step to fitting 24 inch rims on a Dodge Charger is to swamp the tires out. This is done by releasing all the air out of the tires and using a wedge to wedge the tire off the rim. After you have done that, wedge the low profile tires onto the 24 inch rim.

  2. The second step to fitting 24 inch rims on a Dodge Charger is to use a jack to raise one side of the car off the ground. Use the air impact and unbolt the tires on the Dodge Charger. Put the 24 inch tires onto the Dodge Charger. Lower that side of the car and repeat the process on the other side.

  3. The third and final step to fitting 24 inch rims on a Dodge Charger is to add air to the tires. This is done by using the air chuck. Once you think you have enough air, use the air gage to find out how much air you have in the tires. After you have enough air in the tires, congratulations! You now know how to fit 24 inch rims on a Dodge Charger.




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