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Traded in my SRT Durango today for this Black 2018 Trackhawk.

Previous owner added tinted windows, Velgen light weight wheels wrapped in MPSS's.

Looking forward to putting a lot of miles on. 馃榿

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Congrats! I bought your twin couple of weeks ago. Sweet ride that makes it difficult to behave and not be pissed off at other slowpokes around you.

Do you have a clear bra on the front? Or is it just de-badged?
 

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Nice! Initial impressions so far? Looking into trading in for a hawk myself.


I kind of knew what to expect as I had a Challenger Hellcat for about 3 years before trading that in on my SRT Durango. The DDSRT was great and a lot more practical with AWD for Wisconsin winters, but I really missed the insane torque of the Hellcat. The Trackhawk combines both and does not disappoint.




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Congrats! I bought your twin couple of weeks ago. Sweet ride that makes it difficult to behave and not be pissed off at other slowpokes around you.

Do you have a clear bra on the front? Or is it just de-badged?
Just debadged for now.

Congratulations on your new Trackhawk. I see your from the twin cities. Everything went to hell over there when Jesse left. lol


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Just debadged for now.

Congratulations on your new Trackhawk. I see your from the twin cities. Everything went to hell over there when Jesse left. lol
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Looks hot as is! Where in WI are you? Do you plan to run the TH during the winter? If so, what wheels/tires will you use? Thoughts on rust-proofing?
 

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Yes, the TH will be my daily driver. I am located in Southern WI (Evansville, WI 53536).

I drive through the twin cities from time to time to go back home to visit family in Minot, ND.

I plan on purchasing a set of Trackhawk replica wheels and wrap them in Michelin Sport All Season 4 tires. The MSAS 4 tires have been getting rave reviews and rated highest among all season tires. I thought about going with winter tires but they clear the roads fairly quickly here so I think an all season tire is a better choice.




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Congrats on the beast and welcome to the speed gang!
 

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Yes, the TH will be my daily driver. I am located in Southern WI (Evansville, WI 53536).

I drive through the twin cities from time to time to go back home to visit family in Minot, ND.

I plan on purchasing a set of Trackhawk replica wheels and wrap them in Michelin Sport All Season 4 tires. The MSAS 4 tires have been getting rave reviews and rated highest among all season tires. I thought about going with winter tires but they clear the roads fairly quickly here so I think an all season tire is a better choice.




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I would get some dedicated winter tires, all season tires aren't really all season. You get snow, get winter tires. I had all seasons on my SRT and noticed a difference when switching to a dedicated winter setup.
 
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