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Hello all, I have a 2007 dodge charger R/T with the 20" chrome clad wheels, and the 13.5" rotors. Im thinking about getting some nice sporty rims, but I've been seeing some conflicting info as to whether the stock bolt pattern is 5x114.3 or 5x115. I also wanna know the stock offset. There have been some nice 18"s and 20"s floating around on Facebook marketplace, which is why I need the specs.

Thanks to all who read and reply, this is why I love the charger community.
 

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Hello all, I have a 2007 dodge charger R/T with the 20" chrome clad wheels, and the 13.5" rotors. Im thinking about getting some nice sporty rims, but I've been seeing some conflicting info as to whether the stock bolt pattern is 5x114.3 or 5x115. I also wanna know the stock offset. There have been some nice 18"s and 20"s floating around on Facebook marketplace, which is why I need the specs.

Thanks to all who read and reply, this is why I love the charger community.
Bolt pattern is 5x115mm. Centerbore is 71.55mm
 

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As mentioned it is 5x115mm. Your OEM wheels are 20x8 with 24 mm offset. If you go with a 20x9 wheel you will want close to 19-20mm offset.

Check out this page for info on OEM Dodge Charger wheels: OEM Charger Wheels

All OEM 20x8 wheels have been 24 mm offset, OEM 20x9 wheels that fit on the R/T front spindle have been 19.2 or 19.7 mm offset (WRT or WRP) wheels. I think there was a version of the WRT that was around 18.5 mm offset too IIRC.

OEM 18x7.5 wheels also had a 24 mm offset.

If you buy OEM 20x9 wheels with 25.5 mm offset you'll need to run a 5 mm spacer in front in order not to rub near full lock in reverse (especially if you put on a wider tire).
 
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As mentioned it is 5x115mm. Your OEM wheels are 20x8 with 24 mm offset. If you go with a 20x9 wheel you will want close to 19-20mm offset.

Check out this page for info on OEM Dodge Charger wheels: OEM Charger Wheels

All OEM 20x8 wheels have been 24 mm offset, OEM 20x9 wheels that fit on the R/T front spindle have been 19.2 or 19.7 mm offset (WRT or WRP) wheels. I think there was a version of the WRT that was around 18.5 mm offset too IIRC.

OEM 18x7.5 wheels also had a 24 mm offset.

If you buy OEM 20x9 wheels with 25.5 mm offset you'll need to run a 5 mm spacer in front in order not to rub near full lock in reverse (especially if you put on a wider tire).
Thanks so much for the info! I appreciate it. I've been blindly looking for a used set of 5 spoke 20"s, but now I know what to look for if I see any deals.

Thanks again
 
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