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Hi guys, new to the forum here! I just bought my 2007 MDX and I saw an ad for a 2015 MDX wheels (19x8+55). The lug pattern is the same and I was just wondering if someone has installed a 2015 MDX wheels on their second gen and if it fits. I believe the offset for a second gen is +45. So the offset difference is +10. Thanks in advance!
 

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No, the bolt pattern is NOT the same.


2007 MDX uses a 5x120 bolt pattern.
2015 MDX uses a 5x114.3 bolt pattern.


They are not compatible.


You can use 2001-2013, and 2017-2019 factory MDX wheels on your 2007.
The 2014-2016 models used a different bolt pattern.
 

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No, the bolt pattern is NOT the same.


2007 MDX uses a 5x120 bolt pattern.
2015 MDX uses a 5x114.3 bolt pattern.


They are not compatible.


You can use 2001-2013, and 2017-2019 factory MDX wheels on your 2007.
The 2014-2016 models used a different bolt pattern.
Correction. 1st-gen ( 2001-2006) MDX uses 5x114.3 bolt pattern. So 2007-2013 MDX and 2017-2019 MDX wheels are 5x120mm and compatible with 2007 MDX.

3rd-gen Honda Pilot ( 2016- ) also uses 5x120mm +55mm offset, either 20x8 or 18x8 inch. 2nd-gen Pilot ( 2009-2015 )was 5x120mm +45 offset, 18x7.5 inch or 17x7.5 inch. 1st-gen Honda Pilot uses 5x114.3mm

I've been tearing my hair out over fitting winter wheels for years, because of this nonsense.
 

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Thank you, Wanderlust!

Do you know by any chance if a 20x8+55 would still fit the second gens?
 

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If you mean the 3rd-gen Pilot wheel, because of the difference in offset, the rim of the wheel would be pulled in toward the centerline of the vehicle by 10mm relative to stock. So you would need to check tire clearance. Probably OK if you do not go super wide on the tires, but no guarantee.
 
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