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Dodge Hornet Wheel Specs

What are the wheel dimensions of a Dodge Hornet?

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Would you like your own Dodge Hornet to look impressive and trendy with a new collection of wheels? Make sure you don't waste your time and energy on research, because from now our devoted company will show everything you should know about changing wheels. So let's start out with the standard wheel features: diameter, width, center hole, and bolt fitment.The diameter of your wheel is measured with no tiresport and in most cases falls between 14 and 19 inches. The larger sizes belong to sport cars, sports utility vehicles, and lorries. You can find the data about the rim size in the owner's guide or through the charts following below.

The tire size of the Dodge Hornet is determined by the wheel width, and when you know it, you may make a choice from many different tire features. The center hole of the new wheel settles its fitting to the automobile. In case the new hole is larger than the initial one, then a spigot ring can help. Still if new wheel's hole is smaller, it won't help your personal model. The most important wheel characteristics to think about are bolt patterns and wheel offset. If the quantity of bolts and the intervals between them doesn't coincide with the ones from your wheel, this kind of things won't fit your Dodge Hornet.


Sometimes automobile manufacturers make the same model vehicle in more than one factory location. We have seen cases where vehicles made in different factories use different wheel and tire combinations or attachment hardware.

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