Q: Dodge Challenger bolt pattern.

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What is the bolt pattern range for a dodge challenger

Hello. The stock bolt pattern for the Dodge Challenger is 5 x 115mm, 5 lug wheel with a medium offset. Using wheels with any other bolt pattern or too high or low of offset may result in improper fitment or vibrational issues.

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