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Hello Everyone,

Its been a while (more than a year) I din't logged to this forums, its an old account but, I am still newbee here. I hope everyone is having fun. I have a 2007 dodge caliber SXT, bought it for 3K and its been more than 2 years and I am having fun with it. I was bit skeptical to invest onit but now I am sure I will keep it for few more years. I am planning to upgrade my wheels with XD811 ROCKSTAR II (https://www.canadawheels.ca/xd-series-wheels/xd811-rockstar-ii-matte-black-with-accents-w17587?currentselectedvehicle=111918). This website suggests for a guarentee fitment, and it seems to fit with my OEM tires as well. can someone help me if I am missing something from this online purchase ? not sure someone already tried these wheels on caliber. Anyhelp or comments will be much appreciated.

Vinay
 

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Seems like a lot of money for your car that could be better used on maintenance.
For matt black you could just get your own wheels painted.
Many members here opted to use plasti-dip black on their wheels.

Wheel sellers are most experienced for matching cars so reliable.

Very common option on this site so lots of discussion if you want to read the experiences.

Search terms are lug pattern, bore size diameter, offset, rim width, aspect ratio.

If you do get new alloys try a contrasting rim protector strip.
 

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You want truck rims on a slug wagon?
I think these would look pretty good!! I question whether the pic illustrated is actually the size of the rim he is getting though.
 

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One problem I see is the center bore, I believe ours is 61.7mm.
 

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Center bores don't matter.

All these wheels are lug centric not hub centric.

Anytime you use a tapered lug nut it centers the wheels on the lugs.

I've been running 16" snow wheels with a 1/4" diameter bore too big for 10 years.
 

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1/4' too small would be another challenge.
 
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