The Specs of an SRT-4 Wheel

by William Zane

The Dodge Neon SRT-4 was a high performance, front-wheel-drive compact sedan. The SRT-4 came in two versions, the standard SRT-4 and the even higher performance ACR SRT-4.

Width, Diameter and Bolt Pattern

The standard SRT-4 used wheels that measured 16-by-7 inches at all four corners made of cast alloy. The ACR used a slightly smaller diameter alloy wheel with the same width that measured 16-by-7 inches at all four corners. The bolt pattern on both models was 5-by-100, which means that there are five lug bolts with 100-mm from one lug to the one across from it.


The SRT-4's 17-inch wheels had a 45-mm positive offset. The ACR's 16-inch wheels used 40-mm positive offset. Both the 16-inch and 17-inch wheel weighed 21 lbs. Offset affects where the wheel sits in relation to the hub.


The standard SRT-4 came with 205/50-17 tires. The 2003 model used Michelin Pilot Sport tires and the 2004 model used BF Goodrich T/A KDW tires. The ACR version used BG Goodrich T/A KDW 2 tires that measured 225/45-16.

About the Author

William Zane has been a freelance writer and photographer for over six years and specializes primarily in automotive-related subject matter among many other topics. He has attended the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, where he studied automotive design, and the University of New Mexico, where he studied journalism.

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