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One of my suppliers at work tried offering me a brand new set of SRT wheels and tyres. Having a 5.7L, I declined. Also, I'm hoping to get some 22's one day in the future.

What is the going rate for a set of these? I'm told tyres are brand new.
 

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Don't know about the going rate on them, but for the record, they don't fit on a non SRT model 300c. The SRT has different hubs and calipers, obviously, but you need spacers to get these to fit on a non SRT 300.
 

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The going rate is in the $3,000 to $4,000 range. Aussie is right up, without some modification they will rub the suspension on the front on a non-SRT.
 

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I know snoopdolks fitted them to his 5.7 and had to get them shaved very slightly to prevent rubbing - particularly on hard lock in reverse. Not the best way to do it - but they looked good and he had no issues with them!:)
 

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hmmm and i was thinking to put them on my V6 before i got my 22's haha thats why the dealer said no when i asked them for the SRT wheels on my car...
 

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For the sort of money people are asking for SRT-8 wheels, you can probably get hold of some much nicer aftermarket items.
 

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you CAN put it on non-SRT cars.. just need 3mm spacers for the front. $20.
Yeah but....................illegal in Australia
 

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3) who is going to find out
It's all about Risk Management.

Have a bingle and spacers are discovered by the authorities or your insurance and you will be in trouble.
 
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