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Looking to put a set of American Racing Wheels on our 2005 Dodge Magnum SXT (never winter driven, only 36,000 miles)

We use this for long haul trips, last year went to Cruise the Coast in Biloxi......1200 miles one way.

Will a 5 x 4 1/2  Ford/Chrysler wheel fit a 2005 Dodge Magnum bolt pattern 5 x 115 mm?

(115 mm divided by 25.4 = 4.527).

Does anyone know or where I can find out the stock back spacing on a 2005 Dodge Magnum SXT and also

the stock offset.........I'm told the off set can vary from 12 - 22mm........not exactly sure what offset means

in this case?

I need all this info while talking to various wheel/tire suppliers

 

Any help appreciated.

Bernie



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........here's what I'd like to do.....kind of a nostalgic look...

 

05 reg Magnum w AMR wheels.bmp

 



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Bernie,

This would be a definite improvement

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Way cool rendering. I agree.

I found this info online on a different forum, maybe it will help:

"Last September, there was alot of question as to what bolt pattern my Magnum had. One place said 5-114.3, another said 5-115, and another said 5-4.5. Needless to say, I was quite I finally made one place measure with their tool in front of me. After eye balling it, we decided 5-114.3 was it. They tried on a wheel, and it worked perfectly. Have never had vibration, or shake of any kind. We were wondering if D.C. could of changed the bolt pattern mid-production. Don't know. If I remember right, an off-set between 10 and 30 mm. is acceptable. Check with the professionals to find out for sure".

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BowtieGent wrote:

Way cool rendering. I agree.

I found this info online on a different forum, maybe it will help:

"Last September, there was alot of question as to what bolt pattern my Magnum had. One place said 5-114.3, another said 5-115, and another said 5-4.5. Needless to say, I was quite I finally made one place measure with their tool in front of me. After eye balling it, we decided 5-114.3 was it. They tried on a wheel, and it worked perfectly. Have never had vibration, or shake of any kind. We were wondering if D.C. could of changed the bolt pattern mid-production. Don't know. If I remember right, an off-set between 10 and 30 mm. is acceptable. Check with the professionals to find out for sure".


 hmm...interesting.....Summit says 5 x 115 and the local Chrysler dealer says 5 x 115......now I am confused

and the beat goes on.....



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Maybe they are rounding up...?

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