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Bruce*

Weld wheels S76 17x8

These S76 weld wheels need to find a new home. They’re 17x8 and will fit an rt. I ordered the wrong freaking ones🤬. I needed ones for an srt8. I’m willing to take a $300 dollar loss on them , so I’d take 800.00. Shipping would be extra. If anyone is interested just shoot me a message or text me at 4172981522   Tires are not included. 

Thanks 
Bruce

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On 12/10/2018 at 6:51 PM, codylozano11 said:

Pardon my stupid question.. but what's exactly the difference between wheels for an RT and an SRT. Offset I'm guessing?

The offset is about the same.  The difference I believe is how the spokes are made.  For a SRT 8, with the larger calipers, the spokes have to be flared out to clear the calipers.  
 

 

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Actually it's the pad height that's different.  The SRT requires a high pad where the R/T uses a medium pad.  The pad is the area the rests against the rotor.

 

The problem with Weld's are if you mount a tire on them without checking them on the car first, you own them.  They will not accept returns if a tire has been mounted on them.  I got screwed when I ordered a set for an 2015 SRT Challenger and they rubbed on the caliper.

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Actually it's the pad height that's different.  The SRT requires a high pad where the R/T uses a medium pad.  The pad is the area the rests against the rotor.
 
The problem with Weld's are if you mount a tire on them without checking them on the car first, you own them.  They will not accept returns if a tire has been mounted on them.  I got screwed when I ordered a set for an 2015 SRT Challenger and they rubbed on the caliper.
Ah that makes sense. The reason why I was originally asking was that I had a set of 15x10 dark stars that I bought.

Fitment was fine with the getrag rear end, as soon as I swapped to a DSS 9" in a hellcat rear subframe. The hellcat swaybar became an issue.

So I wasnt sure if the offset & or backspacing was different. Or my issue pertained to something different

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A shortened or shorter sway bar link will cure that. I have shorted many stock links to make them fit inside the wheel.

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