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    Default Where to get stock Chrome Rims

    Just got my rt a month ago. It's a 2000 with the regular alloy rims. Friend of mine use to have an 02 with the same rims but in chrome and I loved them. Any suggestions on where I can a set on chrome?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe2000DakotaRT View Post
    Just got my rt a month ago. It's a 2000 with the regular alloy rims. Friend of mine use to have an 02 with the same rims but in chrome and I loved them. Any suggestions on where I can a set on chrome?
    My 2000 has these. Bought it that way. They do give the truck a nice appearance but i wouldn't covet them that much. They are not "chrome" in the alloy sense. They are plasticized chromed that flakes and bubbles. I've had mine for 3 1/2 years and every spring when I go to polish them, I always seem to find bits of the plastic gone. I'd look for a real wheel that looks like them or have your alloys really chromed.

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    Thanks for the input. Not what I was hoping to hear but rather know the real deal lol.

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    Is there anywhere to get a stock set or a decent replica?

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    e bay has some refurbished wheels my 98 came with the plastic junk they look good from 50 ft away

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    You could send yours out to get actual 'chrome' plated. May be cheaper then buying new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Any R/T's View Post
    Well, this member found you a source. Chromed are $325 a copy. If Chrysler didn't get cute with their lug configuration, this wheel thing would have been a lot easier.

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    Salvage yards.

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    Try craigslist also.

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    Thanks guys I'll look into it

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