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Will these Rims fit the Charger??Cragar 610 Series People have said they dont come in the correct bolt pattern (5x115). Please tell me this isnt true, I really want these for my Charger( when i get it)!!!!! :cry:
 

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Will these Rims fit the Charger??Cragar 610 Series People have said they dont come in the correct bolt pattern (5x115). Please tell me this isnt true, I really want these for my Charger( when i get it)!!!!! :cry:
I found one vendor that guarantees that they have 610's that fit the Magnum RWD. They should also fit the Charger, but they don't guarantee that, yet.

http://www.rims-n-tires.com has Cragar 610 S/S Chrome wheels.
18x9.0 ET20 PCD 5x114.3 (5x4.5) $280.73 each
 

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http://www.rims-n-tires.com has Cragar 610 S/S Chrome wheels.
18x9.0 ET20 PCD 5x114.3 (5x4.5) $280.73 each
I know folks have put 5x114.3 bolt patterns on before and some have never had any problem. I just wouldn't take the chance than when you torque the lug nuts down you are putting undue pressure on some part of the wheel/hub system. 7/10's of a millimeter is very small, but if the specs that Dodge put out for the Magnum and Charger state 5x115 I would follow that.

I know this is an extreme analogy, but there was a BA flight from Scotland to Spain where a pilot was nearly sucked out the hole in the windshield due to the maintenace tech who replaced the bolts that hold the windcreen in place with ones that were only 1 millimeter too small. Small mistakes get inflated into big problems when stress is placed on the components.

It sucks to be the new kids on the block waiting for the aftermarket folks to catch on that we will buy their stuff if them make it specifically for our cars, but so far only a few have caught on.
 
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