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    Seeing there isn't many to choose from on the Market with the 6x114.3 bolt pattern lets post what you find here.

    I've been in contact recently with TSW and they have a line called Black Rhino.

    They have 12 different wheel styles with the 6x114.3 bolt pattern:

    - Roku http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...-rims-roku.php
    - Rotura http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/off-...ms-rotorua.php
    - Haka http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...-rims-haka.php
    - Mozambique http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...mozambique.php
    - Pondora http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ms-pondora.php
    - Cyclone http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ms-cyclone.php
    - Katavi ???
    - Kunene - **NEW** http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ims-kunene.php
    - Peak http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...-rims-peak.php
    - Spear http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...rims-spear.php
    - Tanay Off Road Style http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/off-...rims-tanay.php
    - Zion 6 **HOT-NEW** http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ims-zion-6.php

    The website is tricky to navigate (cannot search bolt pattern) and I also made then aware that they do not have Dakota Durango for 1998-2003. They will add this in.

    I will post a link to each wheel, but for now, this is the Roku in gun metal black.
    Black Rhino - Roku by Michael Wigg, on Flickr
    I'm thinking of purchasing a set, price is $220ea in US
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    I like the Kunene, would be nice in like an 18x10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Osee View Post
    I like the Kunene, would be nice in like an 18x10
    I agree, I like it in the machine face finish as I’m not a huge black wheel fan but it seems to be all the rage these days.

    I’m going to verify with TSW about the bolt pattern and size but so far it starts off at 20X9.

    Here’s the inventory price list:
    http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/inve...cles=6&pcd=114

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    The Kunene is very close to what I put on my 2014 Focus. I'm not a fan of black either, but really like the machined face. https://www.ebay.com/p/17x8-Konig-Wh...d=362214645628
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    I actually like a couple of those, may have to investigate further. Also looks like I have a dealer about 30mi away.

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    Roku is the only one that floats my boat.....but I like the stock wheels better.
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    I like these as they are similar to the SRT style: http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ims-kunene.php

    But $330 a piece list price..yikes!
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    those are nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOtherDodge View Post
    I like these as they are similar to the SRT style: http://www.blackrhinowheels.com/truc...ims-kunene.php

    But $330 a piece list price..yikes!
    You can get them for less, I can get them here in Canada for $330 CDN delivered to a local wholesaler so if there are any other options let’s hear it.

    I’ve blown the dust off the Adobe PhotoShop and used their high res rim photos to place them on my truck to get an idea for how they would look. I’ll post as soon as I get the link setup. In the meantime I’ll place it as my signature.

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    There should be some weight savings when changing wheels (less rotational mass). I bet someone here knows the weight of the stock R/T Wheel and/or with a mounted tire.

    Anyone have any feedback on wheel adapters? This place makes them, and they are only 1.5" thick to step down from our 6 lug to a 5 lug wheel. I have no experience with this company, it is just an example.
    https://www.adapterkings.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    There should be some weight savings when changing wheels (less rotational mass). I bet someone here knows the weight of the stock R/T Wheel and/or with a mounted tire.

    Anyone have any feedback on wheel adapters? This place makes them, and they are only 1.5" thick to step down from our 6 lug to a 5 lug wheel. I have no experience with this company, it is just an example.
    https://www.adapterkings.com/
    It is highly recommended not to change from 6 bolt to 5 bolt when using adaptors. Plus the offset changes drastically when adding in the thickness of the adaptor. I looked into this and steered away from it as the best end result was to change the bolt pattern on the vehicle itself.

    Here's some Photoshop Wheel photo's
    Black Rhino Kunene - PhotoShop by Michael Wigg, on Flickr
    Black Rhino Kunene - Machine Face by Michael Wigg, on Flickr
    Black Rhino - Roku by Michael Wigg, on Flickr
    Black Rhino - Pandora Chrome by Michael Wigg, on Flickr

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    I'm a bit dyslectic but I have to say Wiggsy is a pretty fart smellar the way he is able to manipulate technology as he does. Thanks Wiggsy!

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    I like the aggressive styling of Tanay wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlmagnum View Post
    I like the aggressive styling of Tanay wheels.
    I didn't see any that fit the R/T

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