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#1 chuzz

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Posted May 19, 2009 at 10:15 am

Hey Guys, does anyone know if the 15" wheels off a PT Cruiser will fit the Dodge Caliber? Got a buddy in FL that hit a piece of steel on the interstate and blew out one tire and dented both wheels on the passenger side of his Caliber. I think they're the same bolt pattern, I just don't know about the offset for the calipers. Thanks

#2 HoleShot

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Posted May 19, 2009 at 09:59 pm

Hey Guys, does anyone know if the 15" wheels off a PT Cruiser will fit the Dodge Caliber? Got a buddy in FL that hit a piece of steel on the interstate and blew out one tire and dented both wheels on the passenger side of his Caliber. I think they're the same bolt pattern, I just don't know about the offset for the calipers. Thanks


My 2002 PT was the 5x100mm bolt pattern. Now I thought the Neons were the last to use that size. Maybe the Caliber is 5x114.3mm?

#3 chuzz

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Posted May 19, 2009 at 10:24 pm

Hmmmmm, maybe a good salvage yard could tell me. Or better yet, I'll just call the dealership.

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Posted May 20, 2009 at 02:20 am

Hey Guys, does anyone know if the 15" wheels off a PT Cruiser will fit the Dodge Caliber? Got a buddy in FL that hit a piece of steel on the interstate and blew out one tire and dented both wheels on the passenger side of his Caliber. I think they're the same bolt pattern, I just don't know about the offset for the calipers. Thanks

Will the 15" even clear? What trim caliber dose he have? Break clearance might be the bigger challenge I know on the R/T that will not clear the breaks.

The SE should fit 15s(since that is the size it comes standard with) and the SXT might (it comes with 17s) (and 18s are the smallest that will fit on the SRT)

#5 chuzz

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Posted May 20, 2009 at 07:55 am

He's got the base model Caliber with fifteen inch wheels, 1.8 liter engine and stick shift.

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Posted May 20, 2009 at 01:37 pm

He's got the base model Caliber with fifteen inch wheels, 1.8 liter engine and stick shift.

I don't know about the bolt patern etc though.

#7 catdaddy63

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Posted May 25, 2009 at 05:54 pm

According to tirerack.com the PT wheels are 5x100, the Caliber rims are 5x113. Not compatible.

#8 chuzz

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Posted May 26, 2009 at 08:25 am

Thanks catdaddy. I'll let him know. I appreciate it.


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