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I like the AR TTM Series. Specifically, this model…


Model #: AR105M77552A
Specs: 17x7.5; 5x110; 65.1 bore; +45mm Offset

Reading through another thread:

American Racing Torq Thrust M Wheels don't clear the Calipers

Post #1 The OPs "Problem: The front calipers hit on the wheels. The Rear fit is perfect."

His TT wheel specs were:

Specs: 16x7; 5x110; +35mm offset

Post #2 With a diagram states that the “Stock” offset “is +41mm” and as such the OPs wheels are of the incorrect offset.

Post #4 A poster resurrected this thread inquiring about his find of the same style. And that they were rubbing as well.

His wheel specs: 17x7.5 size and a +41mm offset.

Post #6 In turn stated that “The only way to correct this is with spacers.”

It doesn’t make sense that the min stock offset is +41mm and a wheel with the same specs (Post #4) still rubs.

I found this list of wheel/tire specs:

Dodge Dart wheel specs and tire sizes (2013 — ….)
  • Bolt pattern (PCD): 5 × 110
  • Center Bore (CB): 65.1
  • Thread size (THD): 12 x 1.25
  • Diameter: 16” — 18”
  • Width: 205 — 225
  • Aspect ratio: 40 — 55
  • Smallest — Largest tire size: 205/55R16 — 225/40R18
Dodge Dart rim sizes (2013 — ….)
  • Diameter: 16” — 18”
  • Width: 7 — 7.5
  • Offset: 41 — 46mm
If I understand this correctly the wheel below should fit perfectly without spacers. Is this correct?

Model #: AR105M77552A
Specs: 17x7.5; 5x110; 65.1 bore; +45mm Offset

Thanks guys!


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2013 Dart Limited 1.4T 6-Speed
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They likely will fit, but because the curvature of different wheel styles varies, you may end up hitting the caliper, even if you have the same rim size and offset as stock.
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