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Old 01-03-2009, 03:32 PM
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Default 15 inch wheels for pt

a friend of mine is looking for some steel wheels for his 01 pt, he is looking for some narrow ones to put some snow tires on for wisconsin winter, he has some early dart 14 inch 4inch bolt circle that fit on the rear but not on the front, the local salvage yards say nothing will fit, has anyone out there fiund one that will fit, there has to be some vehicle that had a 4inch 15 inch wheel any help would be appreciated thanks wicked872
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Old 01-03-2009, 03:58 PM
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Better get those off the back too, cause they don't fit on there either. The PT uses a 100mm bolt pattern and the old wheels are 4" The studs don't align up correctly and will work loose. Dangerous situation you are putting yourself into. I'd look at some Neon wheels. Pretty narrow and should be the same pattern I think.
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PT Cruisers were available with 15, 16 and 17 inch wheels, depending on model and drum/disc brakes.

Check with a Chrysler Dealer for what is available for that particular car.

http://www.chrysler.com/en/2008/pt_c.../tires_wheels/
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Check the on-line salvages for PT steel wheels. They're usually dirt-cheap. Now, expect to find two good wheels(not bent) at one place, and two more at another. The larger diameters are alloy only, but those go cheap too, and they may not be pretty(skinned-up) but they're still OK to use.
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you don't have to limit it to later wheels, go back to Daytona and Shadow wheels, maybe New Yorkers, not sure if they where 4 or 5 lug...I put my 15 x 6.5 Shelby crab wheels on my 02 Neon, so they fit...yeah, I know those are wide, but I bet they make small steel ones
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