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I recently purchased a new 2010 RT with the 20" Heritage Rims/tires. They have approximately 1300 miles on them and are in mint condition. I would like to trade these for the 20" chrome clad rims and tires/sensors with approx same milage and condition. I beleive the Heritage rims are more expensive. Can get pictiures if needed.
 

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I have a set of chrome clads with 2700 miles on my garage queen. Like new. Can meet you half way from Cincy if we work something out.

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Since it looks you have been to the drag strip what condition are your tires in? Is there a way I could keep my tires. Any ideas??
 

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Im very interested, I have about 3300 road miles on mine and no scuff marks. I can take some pictures of them. Im located in Virginia at the NC state line.
 

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Just wondering-Why are you going from classics to the chrome clads? Just a better look to you?
 

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Since it looks you have been to the drag strip what condition are your tires in? Is there a way I could keep my tires. Any ideas??
The tires are perfectly fine. 2770 miles. The car is not a drag car.

BTW what tires are on your rims and do you know what the rim/tire weigh?
 

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I hope you realize that the chrome clads are just plastic hubcaps that are glued to the rim.




I recently purchased a new 2010 RT with the 20" Heritage Rims/tires. They have approximately 1300 miles on them and are in mint condition. I would like to trade these for the 20" chrome clad rims and tires/sensors with approx same milage and condition. I beleive the Heritage rims are more expensive. Can get pictiures if needed.
 

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Are you serious!! I didn't know that. I am new to the Challenger world and I should have done my research first. Thanks a lot for the info. You saved me from making a big mistake.
 

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I have a set of the chrome clads, I like the style of the wheel just not the chrome. So can the "hubcap" be removed and if so what will I find underneath? I was looking to trade my chrome wheels for one of the other factory wheels, but if its just a hubcap this might save me some time and hassle to. Thanks

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Nevermind

I did some looking and got my own answers, apparently they are bonded to the wheel and not intended to be removed. Apparently some love them, some hate them. I am still in the market, my wheels are in really good shape and the tires have about 500 miles on them. I am still looking to trade, if anyone out there is inclined.

Charlie
 
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