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Hi, I recently bought a 2015 dodge Dart SE, 2.0L 6 speed. I've been driving the car for a little while now and have been thinking of upgrading the wheels and tires on my vehicle.I was wondering if either of the options that I have linked below would fit in offset and sizing with the stock suspension. I'm looking to upgrade for better grip and bigger tires as I'll be driving this in the winter as well


 

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Get steel wheels and snow tires for winter.
 

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I can't help with your offset question but if you're going get new summer wheels just use your factory wheels for your winter tires. No need to get a third set of steelies.
 

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Factory offset is +42mm. Depending on the design of the wheel, +38mm might fit, or spacers may be required, especially to clear the larger front calipers. The wheel description also doesn't mention the center bore, which I believe is 65.1mm on the Dart.
 

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Hi, I recently bought a 2015 dodge Dart SE, 2.0L 6 speed. I've been driving the car for a little while now and have been thinking of upgrading the wheels and tires on my vehicle.I was wondering if either of the options that I have linked below would fit in offset and sizing with the stock suspension. I'm looking to upgrade for better grip and bigger tires as I'll be driving this in the winter as well


I have a 2015 dodge dart sxt and im rockin the black kmcs right now and they look killer. Same exact rim you have with the mesh style the tire is 255/40zr18
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