New wheels for my cat.

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Wheels and Tires' started by Chris Salter, Nov 8, 2015.

  1. Chris Salter

    Chris Salter Silver Member

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    IMG_5378.jpg OEM Brass Monkey
    20151108_133219.jpg 20151108_133155.jpg 20151108_133115.jpg Over the past three months I have been agonizing over what aftermarket wheels to purchase, so I could go to a staggered setup. I when with Micky Thompson Street Comp Tires 275-40-20 front and 305-35-20 rear mounted to MT Street Wheels. Please let know what you think??
     
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    Nice wheels...! BTW, where did you get the stripe kit?
     
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    Chris Salter Silver Member

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    Had a friend of mine hand cut the stripes.
     
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    I like them, not overly blingy, looks great!
    Much better than those godawful brass monkey's.
     
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    What's the P/N's on the M/T wheels? Very nice. Did you reuse the lugs?
     
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    P/N - it's just their Hyper Silver wheels designed to fit the Challenger. No I could not use the OEM lugs.
     
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    What you doing with those "god awful" bm wheels?
     
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    Sitting in my warehouse.
     
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    Very sharp... What material did you use?
     
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    IMHO I personally don't like the look on a HC... They make it look a little like a a RT Classic. I do get being a little original :cool:... I think powder coated in black they would be better. You asked...;)
     
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    I like both the wheels and the stripes. I'm not a fan of the darker wheels, but I'm getting flak on my thoughts to get the factory wheels chromed. I think the brighter wheels just pop off of any color. These cars are just great canvases to work with.
     
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    Thanks for your info...
     
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    Factory chrome wheels 03000187 (1).jpg
     
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    Personally, the stockers look better than any aftermarket rim I've yet seen. You asked. They do almost "cheapen" the look, like it's a V6 car trying to look the part of the almighty. Not trying to be harsh.

    The stripes, surprisingly, I like. They actually look great. I may have said that on here before but I'll say it again. And I just am not a fan of stripes that aren't OEM (OEM almost always looks better than aftermarket, like the SRT looks good with its factory stripes).
     
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    stripedcat.jpg Now all I need is the right set of wheels to liven the design. Yellow jacket stripes bring out the body lines.
     
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