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Ive managed to get my hands on a great set of 20X9 SRT alcoas, 1 has some scrapes on the face but would be perfect for paint, other 3 are excellent, just trying to either sell or gauge interest before I think about making them my winter wheels and possibly painting.
 

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Well the replicas of those wheels are selling for $620 per set brand new which includes shipping. So I'd say those would be worth a few hundred bucks at least. One of these days I'm going to pick up a set for myself.
 

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where are you finding them that cheap? Ive seen no lower than 750.
 

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www.discounttiredirect.com has any Challenger OEM wheel design you want for $155 delivered...and they are probably even more lightweight and better for performance, plus they have an ever so slight bit more offset to really fill the fenders out.
 

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hmmm, dunno....i do know though those are around 5lbs heavier a piece an cast not forged, one thing I like about thes srts, well two things, lighter and forged...lol
 

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Well if they ar discontinued, lol I have these....lol
 

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Forged is stronger and is usually always therefore heavier. I remember when Jeep started putting forged wheels on the Rubicon model back in '04...that was a 16x8" wheel and it weighed 30 lbs! Ouch!

So what kind of money realistically are you looking to sell those for?
 

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See I've heard that forged is typically lighter and stronger than cast. Honestly I'm not looking to get a fortune but just wondered what others have seen. I was thinking around $600ish but haven't seen many threads on anyone selling these and research has showed me that prices go for $500 and higher. That's why I wanted to gauge interest and see what others are seeing out there for OEM and not aftermarket
 

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Forged are always worth more than cast. Problem is with so many cast replica's you have to find a buyer that cares. If you go to a dealer those forged wheels are very pricey. But you are right in your statement. Forged is lighter and stronger.
 
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