get some $200 18” bravados, throw some drag radials on em and put 2 good wheels up front
I had them and they aren't bad at all.I’m seeing some good stuff about voxx. And far as a replica goes. Any opinions are welcome.
10.5s will fit then in the rear?I had them and they aren't bad at all.
You can reuse the stock center caps, but you WILL need small diameter lug nuts (tuner/spline drive style) -- the OEM lugs are too wide/big.
A whole set can be had for under $1000 SHIPPED:
Keep the other (3) OEM wheels, or sell them off and make your money back to pay for them. Just some options.
OR maybe just buy wider ones for the rear & keep the OEM ones on the front, and still have one extra OEM for a spare:
AAA might be cheaper.I wanted a physical spare tire so I ordered a VOXX rim and tire from Vivid Racing. Replica Hellcat 20x11 5x115 3mm Matte Black | CAT 211-5115N3 MB (vividracing.com) Dodge wanted over $2000 for just one rim!
AAA might be cheaper.
Did that. Had a 2010 SRT Challenger. In 2011, I got caught in surprise snowstorm. Despite driving carefully, I slid and punctured the sidewall. I had the car towed by AAA to a tire shop. My 2010 had Goodyear Eagles. To get any comparable, speed rated tire, would be 3-4 days. Imagine you're in the desert, and you're stuck there for 3-4 days until your flat gets fixed. THAT is why, I opted to get a real spare back in 2011. That is why, I have purchased another aftermarket wheel and tire for my 2021. I think the whole cost saving - no spare tire thing - is BS. In my 2010 trunk, Dodge made room for a "space saver" spare tire. However, it couldn't house a SRT spare tire (different rim) so they gave SRT owner's a can of glue and an air pump, which is fine if you have a nail or screw in the tire. That obviously doesn't work for a busted sidewall. Just my opinion......AAA might be cheaper.