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I have narrowed my decision down to 2 options and am looking for additional feedback. It is either the Lexani LX15 or the MB Old School. Attached are picture of the wheels on different challengers for your reference.
 

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This is a matter of personal opinion. Go with what you like and what you think looks good.
My opinion, of those two wheels, I would go with the Old Schools. Looks to fit the style of the car better. Those Lexani wheels look too busy.
 

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I second the Torq Thrust M recommendation.
 

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between those two options... mb old school. keep in mind though that if you go with the gunmetal route, don't drive with them in the winter. the clear coat on the lip of the rims get a little rough if you use them in the winter...
 

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Old school bro but in chrome that's looks hot
 

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How much ?


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boss 338s mags...18 inch front and 20 inch rear...gunmetal gray with brushed lip... nitto tires 255x45x18 front and 285x40x20 on rear..all wheels have boss three prong spinners....front tires cupped cause i did not align after lowering.....$1700 dollar package....will let go for $700 with your stock wheels to replace....
 

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Both of those look nice, either one will look great. If this is your daily driver, the Old School wheels will be a lot easier to keep clean, and a chrome wheel is easiest to keep clean.
 
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