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This is the the newest rim style from MC2. They now list rims for both RWD (RT15) and AWD (FZ15). www.mc2ning.com
I believe 4.5 and 115 are the same. It is the 114 spec you should avoid. Offset sounds correct as well.Jerry M. said:I spoke with a rep from MC2ning earlier today. He told me the wheels can be purchased through your local Chrysler dealer. He also said the bolt pattern is
5 x 4.5 with a 21 mm offset, and that 5 x 115 is a General Motors offset.
I've read here that the proper bolt pattern is 5 x 115. MC2ing supplies dealers, so who is correct here? I am really interested in the FZ15 wheel.
Thanks, Jim. My brain fart. I understand that 115 is offered as well.jhelmuth said:NR,
4.5 = 114.3mm
I too understood that the MC2 wheels offered were 115mm (correct 300C pattern size).
I will call again on Monday, not sure if they are open tomorrow. The guy told me that 5 x 4.5 is correct, but then again just because they work there does not mean they know everything.Northern Rider said:Thanks, Jim. My brain fart. I understand that 115 is offered as well.
Jerry, I guess a double check with MC2ing would be in order.
tgt said:FZ15 looks SWEET. Anyone have any pics 'on' a vehicle?
MC2 has nothing to do with Chrysler, they just happen to only market or sell wholesale to Chrysler dealers, and Ford dealers, and Cadillac dealers, and Chevy dealers, and Dodge dealers, and GMC dealers, and Hummer dealers, and Jeep dealers, and Nissan dealers and Pontiac dealers. MC2 does not make wheels for the factory.mache275 said:awdriver, mc2 is the company that chrysler gets their aftermarket wheels from. I got my 300 with the fz7's with the toyo proxes...they ride great and they are reputable if chrysler deals with them i would think.
Hey Flip,flipmode said:After much research, I went with MC2's. My local Chrysler Dealer wouldn't order them, so I ordered through Mopar Super Center. They came with Nitto tires. I took them right off the pallet and put them right on. Note that they claim to be lighter than stock, however the total wheel/tire combo weight of the MC2 setup with Nitto's was 6 lbs heavier than stock. I'm very pleased with the ride and the numerous compliments I get from people walking up to me in parking lots. Good value for a forged wheel.