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challenger rims good selection

I stumbled on this site and they seem to have most of what Im looking for I thought to pass it on..
Im leaning toward these or the heritage in polished chrome..
Its down to these three.
What you guys think what would pop with a black car??

05-09 WHEEL, 22X9.5 TORQUE THRUST M, ANTHRACITE, CHARGER & CHALLENGER CHALLENGER

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05-09 WHEEL, 20X8.5 TORQUE THRUST M, CHROME, CHARGER & CHALLENGER CHARGER





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i really like the torq thrusts. Im thinking of getting the black for my car. I would get the chrome wheels if i had a black car coming
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Yep now which one's!!!

Way too many to choose from but dont want to really go the cheap and not to extreme either Im sulking around the web..
I may stumble onto something I wont see every day.

Gotta go shiny! I found a set at tire rack I like but they just dont seem to do it for me ...Everyone will have them but I too like the torque twists.
Tire rack had some cool Ernheart Jr rims.
Hell dont we have a vendor here who sell rims???



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i really like the torq thrusts. Im thinking of getting the black for my car. I would get the chrome wheels if i had a black car coming
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Re: challenger rims good selection

I know I don't feel comfortable ridin' on 22's in my neck of the woods. I always recon a stretch of road before I'll cruise it on the big rims. Mind you with frost heave on Canadian roads it sometimes feels like taking flak on a bombing mission over Germany in an old war movie! HAHA! Those are good looking rims NOTSURE just check the weight, because for those prices they must be steel and a 22 steel rim is mucho heavy.
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Those are good looking rims NOTSURE just check the weight, because for those prices they must be steel and a 22 steel rim is mucho heavy.
Exactly. I'm considering Centerline forged wheels for that very reason.
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I will make note of this as Im not commited yet and I do thankyou for the reminder the weight makes a difference as Ive often replaced stock rims to with lighter weight rims in the past and noticed drastic steering and handleing changes.
Last thing I want is more weight,lol..
Going with 20's...

Have you guys found any sources for potential rims for this car as they are not easy to find..
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Thankyou Jon!! Center line seems likea good way to go Im ganna try and hunt them up on the web..

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Exactly. I'm considering Centerline forged wheels for that very reason.
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Re: challenger rims good selection

I like both..I wouldn't go 22" of anything, just my opinion. You know what the Trque's look like on mine in all chrome..

I go with the all chrome just because there isn't any chrome (except for the fuel cap) and it really stands out. Except for the Stripes on the hood, there isn't much decorative stuff on the car to take away from it... So the Chrome stands out to the 10X power
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Re: challenger rims good selection

I really dig how they look on your ride not to busy just enough flash.With the black I'm figuring maybe more pop as the black hides alot of the car in the color especially when viewed from the side..

I am leaning towards the torque twists if I go with that heritage look your right the extra pop of the torque twist really stands out but not too over the top.
I couldn't agree more anything over 20 " isn't right.

I'm not stumped on this than and thing as it seems there isn't a whole lot of options out there right now ,or am I looking in the wrong spots..
This is alot tougher than I thought,lol..



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I like both..I wouldn't go 22" of anything, just my opinion. You know what the Torque's look like on mine in all chrome..

I go with the all chrome just because there isn't any chrome (except for the fuel cap) and it really stands out. Except for the Stripes on the hood, there isn't much decorative stuff on the car to take away from it... So the Chrome stands out to the 10X power
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