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Looking to get some new wheels for my 2013 Charger R/T. Wondering if anyone had any recommendations on a website to get some! Not looking for crazy expensive. Thanks!
 

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WELCOME TO THE FORUM! Check Discount Tire Direct. Been my go-to for wheels and tires for over 10 years. Always a good experience.
 

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Wheels4less.com is a good starting point.
 

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If youu are considering factory take offs give ebay seller thewheelsrevolution a look. He is a factory take off specialist. His inventory changes and moves fast.

I got some basically new (20 miles on them) factory 20" Chrome clads. Shipped from CA to GA packaged really well.
 

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So this might be a stupid question.. I don’t want to have to buy new tires along with rims. And I’m kinda stupid when it comes to figuring out how to get rims that’ll fit my tires I have now. Any advice?
 

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I had a good experience with wheel hero. They sent my wheels with the wrong center caps bc the one on their site was discontinued. I expressed my concerns and they refunded me $100 to purchase new center caps that I liked.
 

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In the link I posted above I just did a search this store using Dodge and found these https://ebay.to/2ZpeArq.

If you like them this guy can be negotiated with, make him a reasonable offer of the shipped price you want to pay and see what he says.

He ships fast, they are boxed very well.

ALL FOUR WHEELS ARE: 20 X 9" OFFSET 25.5MM
 

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IMHO ,if there is not at least 40 mm offset, the tires will stick out too far on an AWD.......stock wheels have 55mm positive [inward] offset..
 

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I didnt see AWD anywhere
 
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