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Old 12-09-2012, 10:29 PM
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Just bought some charger 2012 srt wheels... and am stoked

I know I know.. you came here looking for picks of them installed.... but I just bought em and Im waiting on them to be delivered now.

I was going to do with some 22s like i had before... but i didnt want to deal with the possible rubbing like it did last time (mines lowered)... plus i like these anyway.... I know I paid a lot for these... but at least I know they are light weight and fit right.

20" Dodge Charger SRT8 Black Machined Wheels Tires TPMS Sensors Ref 464 A | eBay

sorry for the tease.....im just stoked lol

My wifes gonna be pissed lol

here is a photoshop effort of my challenger with yesterday with the upcoming wheels!




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Nice! Sickest OEM wheels ever produced IMO. If they weren't so pricey I'd be looking into getting some rather than viper reproductions. Can't wait to see how they look.
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