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post #1 of 231 (permalink) Old 09-15-2016, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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Alright, I know some of you have the itch! I do too, but my wife hates it when I modify her cars. I'm probably going to just end up doing a tint and Xpel paint protection, but it doesn't stop me from looking. I've been searching for the offsets of all the different OEM Pacifica wheels, but haven't been able to find them. I'm thinking it will be an offset +45 for the OEM's. All I know is that the bolt pattern is 5 x 5/127. Don't know center bore (but aftermarkets typically ship with centering rings anyway, info still would be helpful).


I think 20" looks very proportional to the Pacifica; the current Honda Odyssey TE's ship with 18's, which I thought were a little small, especially when you evaluated it against the concept van in 2010. Some Odyssey owners on another forum have bumped up to 20's, which I think look great depending on the style (but that's personal preference anyway).


So naturally, when I'm looking, I already know that the Pacifica looks great with 20's, and then it begs the question, 22's??? LOL!!! In all seriousness, in an aftermarket 20" wheel, probably looking at 8-9" width with an offset range +35-45, +35 and below probably getting a little more aggressive, tire section width 245-265 (have to still look at aspect ratio's to match overall stock diameter). A 22" wheel would probably have the same range offsets, and be in a 8-10" in width range.


Not many online aftermarket wheel retailers have updated their sites. I've been just taking information from various sites and extrapolating. It does look like the older Pacificas (in name only) seem to closely match the current Pacificas for specs. If so, it looks like there are plenty of options out there...
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The factory offset is 50.8mm (i.e. 2"). Anything less than that and you'll have the center of the wheel sticking out further than the factory ones (which you can decide if you want). There have also been discussions that the wheel well liners can be fairly close to the tires on the rear wheels, so you may not want to push the tire widths too far past the factory widths. The center bore is 71.5mm, matching other Chrysler products, including Jeeps, etc.

All of the above is based on my measurements and data collection in preparation for my planned wheel upgrades, but I'm just having a hard time with "throwing away" the wheels and tires that came with it, are well-balanced, and working fine for now.

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The factory offset is 50.8mm (i.e. 2"). Anything less than that and you'll have the center of the wheel sticking out further than the factory ones (which you can decide if you want). There have also been discussions that the wheel well liners can be fairly close to the tires on the rear wheels, so you may not want to push the tire widths too far past the factory widths. The center bore is 71.5mm, matching other Chrysler products, including Jeeps, etc.

All of the above is based on my measurements and data collection in preparation for my planned wheel upgrades, but I'm just having a hard time with "throwing away" the wheels and tires that came with it, are well-balanced, and working fine for now.
Thanks for the info. I'm waiting until the van arrives to take some measurements. It did catch my eye that the rear fender liners are relatively close to the tire tread, but have not looked at clearances on the inner aspect of the wheels/tires. I usually have more concerns about the fronts, but thanks for bringing that up.
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Been also kicking around the idea of upgrading our stock 18" wheels. Visited a local wheel shop this afternoon and they mentioned the 2017 Pacifica has a default spec of 5x127 +35 offset. Would love a 22" x 9" setup all around powder coated matte merlot to match the Limited edition cranberry interior. Did a quick and dirty mockup of what the VPS-303 would look like. I did a quick and dirty mockup using fellow forum member irpilot's profile shot of his Granite Limited Pacifica. Hope he doesn't mind.

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Been also kicking around the idea of upgrading our stock 18" wheels. Visited a local wheel shop this afternoon and they mentioned the 2017 Pacifica has a default spec of 5x127 +35 offset. Would love a 22" x 9" setup all around powder coated matte merlot to match the Limited edition cranberry interior. Did a quick and dirty mockup of what the VPS-303 would look like. I did a quick and dirty mockup using fellow forum member irpilot's profile shot of his Granite Limited Pacifica. Hope he doesn't mind.

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I don't mind at all. That looks really good! Nicely done.
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Been also kicking around the idea of upgrading our stock 18" wheels. Visited a local wheel shop this afternoon and they mentioned the 2017 Pacifica has a default spec of 5x127 +35 offset. Would love a 22" x 9" setup all around powder coated matte merlot to match the Limited edition cranberry interior. Did a quick and dirty mockup of what the VPS-303 would look like. I did a quick and dirty mockup using fellow forum member irpilot's profile shot of his Granite Limited Pacifica. Hope he doesn't mind.

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I like Vossens, but do they have wheels available in our bolt pattern? Or can they do a custom drill?
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I have just one word for you guys. Group Buy!!
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I have just one word for you guys. Group Buy!!
That's two words
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I too am jonesing to upgrade wheels, but 22s seem too excessive. 20s would be good as wide as possible, and flush. That would be nice. Those vossen wheels look nice, but I'm more a fan of the multi spoke more spindley looking wheels. Keep the info coming and make sure to post pics as you guys go. This will be a valuable resource for all of us.
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