Discussion in 'Visual Mods' started by dinode, Mar 21, 2009.
Hey anyone ever try the Cragar 610c 22" wheels on any of our trucks? Wonder how they would look?
If somebody would find a pic and price I would definately be intrested:rock:
Thats a nice looking wheel. Is that a 22?
think that would be a good different for sure:rock: :rock: :rock:
be great if they had at least 10" wide. 11"would be great
Yeah, that's a 22" they come 9.5 inch wide, which I guess would work OK.
I don't think they'll clear the calipers on our trucks...I could be wrong I have been a few times...
That is soooo bitchin, these are the only wheels I would consider over the stockers. love the muscle car look of cragars, they will look sweet on any ride. IMO...............:rock: :burnout: :rock:
Are they lighter than the stock wheels?
Cragar SS style wheels are generally heavy compared to other makes of wheels. I am not sure on the 22s, maybe he could weight it and post the weight.
Cragar listed 46 to 52 lbs per wheel on their web site
I have the 20 inchers on my new Challenger and they fit over the brembo brakes fine. DO they have the right bolt pattern for our trucks.
Dang, I've seen 22" rims as light as 30 lbs per piece. But I don't know what our wheels weigh.
My 24's weigh 36 LBs.
Try the above URL. Performance Plus Tire sells the Cragar 610C for $249.00 each. They are supposed to fit the SRT-10. Hope this helps. I have thought about putting them on my RED RC for quite a while, but have not had the money to put another $1K into it after putting almost that much is a set of tires.
dinode just curious but why would you want your 10 to look like an F150:dontknow: :questionmark:
Ford makes (made) a F150 Cragar edition. It features these rims I think you are lookin' at!
I much prefer the 5 spoke rather than the 6 !!Good looking wheel though !!:rock:
I knew someone was going to bring that up! I gre up in the muscle car era and Mod #1 when we bought any car back then was Cragars (N50-15's on the back G70-15 the front) . I guess I've never grown up!
Can anyone photo chop the 5 spoke on an SRT? That should give us a good idea of what it would look like.
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