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Old 02-13-2013, 08:25 PM
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Who owns the Challenger with the deep dish "Dodge" wheels?

I've seen on these boards (I think?) someone with a white R/T with black deep dish rims that have "DODGE" on the lip in huge letters, I can't seem to find any pics of that car. Does anyone know who that is?

The thing is, I think that is EXTREMELY cool! It makes the car seem like a real race car. Which kind of rims are those, do they come like that or did he add a sticker to it?
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Dave aka ghostrt, I think is who you mean. White RT with lack wheels with dodge on the rim.
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You want to see some cool retro stuff and wheels check out Lingdenfelder's Camaro SS retrokits ... 69 style Rally wheels for new Camaro ... this shows it can be done
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Yeah you're definitely thinking of ghostrt. I believe he said in a thread a little while ago that they were decals. Im sure he will see this thread and give you more info/pics.
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Just came across this .... sorry so late ... lol .. Yeah i powder coated the rims matt black then put the graphics on and then matt clear powder coated them so that the graphics will never come off I will post some pics
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Thank you so much!!! That is absolutely amazing, it definitely gives it more of a race car look. I think I might consider doing something similar.

Which tire/wheel combo are those? Also, how much would it cost to do something like that to some wheels?
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Would like to see a video of the car moving with these
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Are you running the 5x 114.3 bolt pattern on your TSW wheels?

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The wheels are in my signature.... rims alone were $1,400, black PC was $500, graphics were $300, and matte clear powdercoat was $125. Rear tires were $600 and I used my current front tires ...... lol Hope that helps
20x81/2 fronts and 22 x 10 1/2 rear TSW jamaras powder coated matt black
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