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Long story short, my 2018 R/T Scat Pack Shaker came with flat black rims, not what I ordered and was assured was available. So any idea where to source? OEM or OEM Replica?
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OE Wheels LLC. I have them and love them. They actually look black in the shade.


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Cool....love the colour of yours. I did check their site, but couldn't see the 9.5" version-will check again or call them.
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The Hyperblack 20x9.5 is 2015 thru 2017 SRT 392 only, the Scat Packs with Dynamics Package come with Black 20x9.5's just like you got. The OEM wheels are crazy expensive but you find them for sale occasionally.


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Wheels look great, love that design but can't afford the OEM version. Quick question about them...how much clearance is their between the mounting surface of the hub and the back of the wheel spokes? I upgraded my front brakes and my old aftermarket wheel spokes won't clear the face of the caliper. Any help you can provide would be great. Thanks

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Wheels look great, love that design but can't afford the OEM version. Quick question about them...how much clearance is their between the mounting surface of the hub and the back of the wheel spokes? I upgraded my front brakes and my old aftermarket wheel spokes won't clear the face of the caliper. Any help you can provide would be great. Thanks
I'm not sure what size brakes you upgraded to, but I have the Brembo brakes on my Scat Pack. No issues with clearance

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Hi Mr.Cheez,

I love those hyper black rims, but I was told putting 275.40.20 on a 9" rim is not recommended and I have the dynamics package on my 2018, so I wonder the rims would fit over the 6 piston Brembo? I have washed my hands of the dealer so I don't want to order a set to find out they don't fit. Being in Canada returns would be a PITA.
 

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The Dynamics package has bigger Brembo brakes. You might need the 20x9.5 options. I don't know if OE Wheels has that size wheel. I know tirerack and a factory productions makes the Hellcat wheels. You might want to check with them.

Also, I have 275/40 on my wheels with no issues of rubbing

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Honestly, if you're not in the US, I'd see if you can find anyone on Kijiji to trade with you, otherwise have them painted.

If you can't afford OEM forged wheels, then you can't afford aftermarket forged wheels, and cast wheels aren't worth it.
 

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OE Wheels LLC do not offer 9.5" wheels and according to their note, "Does NOT fit vehicles equipped with upgraded or performance brakes such as Brembo."
So If they fit the 4 piston Brembos they must be referring to the 6 piston Brembos.
And going from a 9" wide wheel to a 9.5" wheel does not insure clearance of the 6 piston brakes. The wheel spokes must be designed to provide the needed clearance.

EDIT: hubcaphaven.com offers the actual OE wheel (reconditioned) for $700 each. There are a few Hellcat black version around for sale at a slightly better price. The black Hellcat wheels are much more common than the relatively rare SRT 392 Hyper black wheel. Ask me how I know.

Edit2: I don't understand how they can say "20" Fits Dodge Hellcat Wheels - Hyper Black 20x9" when it doesn't actually fit a Hellcat. ???
 

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Just have them painted. It will cost $200 to $300.
Yeah and get the guy that handled your order and assured you they were available, to pay for them.:|
 

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Yeah and get the guy that handled your order and assured you they were available, to pay for them.:|
I would actually push for that. Your option is spending much, much more.

If you have a community college in your area with a collision repair program, you could probably get them painted for a standard shop fee + materials.

Better yet (and everyone always hates when I suggest this), find a community college with a painting program or hot rod restoration program, take one term, paint them yourself and learn the skill of painting and mixing. Now you can paint anything, whenever you want.
 

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Too bad you're up in Canada, since I'm debating whether to sell an extra set that I have. I bought them to mount snows on, when I had my '16 SRT 392, and I never did end up using them in the snow.




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Gimme a price and terms, I have a US shipping address and being I am in the Logistics Business I could even get them picked up. I don't really need the tires...but I am sure we can come up with something.
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Thx/Brian
 
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