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Old 01-23-2013, 02:20 PM
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They normally come with Cragar caps though right? Anyone know if AR torque thrusts are lighter than Cragars? Looks great btw!


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Yep, cragar are the heaviest rims money can buy.
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Finally got the center caps!
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Finally got the center caps!
Now that's a retro car!
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Cragar's are the way to goNew Cragars on-imageuploadedbyautoguide1360437518.002070.jpg


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Zero fitment issues. Cragar left the caps out, but Summit has a set coming to me.
The Chinese forgot to put the center caps in your box. They did the same thing to another guy on this site a month ago and I had a cragar shipped to me to replace one that was cracked during road force balancing and they forgot to send my wheel with a center cap too. If I had known that cragars were made in china, I would NOT have ordered them even though I love the way they look.
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They look very good. I thought the moved manufacturing back to the US?
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They look great, but not so much different from the Dodge "Heritage" rims. Did the Cragars replace "Envy" rims on your R/T-C?
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WOW - they look awesome......mind if I ask the cost on a set of 4?
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If you buy the spinner caps from Summit, I had to get longer attaching screws. Easy enough, found the proper stainless screws at Aubuchon Hardware. I used medium Locktite as well. The spinners are cool but make getting to one of the lug nuts a real pain, need to use and impact universal swivel. I broke my Snap-On 3/8" universal trying to get a lug nut off last year.

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