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I have the 18" Rallye wheels, they are nice but I want something all black instead. If I get new, I'll go to 20" but I'm fine with the 18". In looking around, I found some general options but I'm not sure which would work or be a good idea for these wheels:

1) Paint/powder coat existing wheels - obviously, would want this professionally done but not sure where to do that around me

2) Get wheels Black Chromed - by the time I pay for that and shipping, spending more than a new set of wheels

3) Purchase a set of the SRT replica wheels for sale on Ebay, they go for around $600 per set or so

4) Find some other aftermarket black wheels

Am I missing anything? Anyone have thoughts on any of the above?
 

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Me, I would just buy an aftermarket set and sell what you have. Powdercoat will be about $60 per wheel, black chrome probably twice that. Then there's the down time while the wheels are being finished. I've done it and its a hassle.

Quality 20" cast wheels can be had for less than $1000, 18" for less than $800. I'd give you $500 for your rallye wheels.
 

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Just saw an ad for the new MOPAR Charger, black w/ blue stripe the wheels are black and very retro!
 

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Well in my case, I will be replacing the stock 18" wheels on my '11 for "20 Boss 340 wheels. I think they look really clean. 5 spoke wheel and they are flat black which I think will look great with my BB challenger and the flat black pieces that are around the car (im putting the Drake fuel door on soon). I would go this way. I think the "20 will look so much nicer on these cars. And then install the prokit from eibach once it comes out for the '11s
 
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