Our Mopars belong on the road course.
Due to the limited selection of off the shelf wheels with the proper offsets, most people are not able to utilize the 295mm-315mm extreme performance summer/ racing slick tires sizes currently on the market. Also many wheels are not engineered for track use and should not belong on a 3500+ lbs. vehicle cornering at a high rate of speed.
Getting a set of Forgeline wheels is one solution to those problems as their track capable products can be custom made to your specific application.
I have fitted my own `Cuda with a 315/30-18 BFGoodrich Rival S tires on all 4 corners using GS1R wheels and have an effective method on how to accurately measure the offset needed to install wide tires on any vehicle.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oghaMwMT7T8
The GS1R has been proven on many professional racing teams and is a great wheel for the track.
Other competition wheel styles can be found on Forglines websitehttp://www.forgeline.com/main-products/competition-series/
VX1R in Satin Bronze finish
GT1 5-lug in Gloss Black finish. The GT1 is a monoblock wheel but is still track capable.
GTD1 in Viper applications. Graphite finish (5-lug applications also available)
Custom finishes are optional such as Hot Rod Bluehttp://www.forgeline.com/products/accessories-finishes/center-and-monoblock-finishes
The cost of Forgeline wheels is very expensive. A set of GS1R's 18x10.5 in a standard finish, with Forgelines own 10% discount and shipping will still cost nearly $6000.00 US dollars.
Working with Forgeline, I am able to provide a significant discount for anyone wanting to purchase their wheels. Please reply to this post or PM me directly as I am not allowed to advertise the reduced pricing.
Also include the following info:
Offset: (if unknown, I can assist with measurements)