How To Measure Wheel Bolt Pattern
Bolt patterns are simply the measurement of an imaginary circle that lies across the center-line of the lugs. Whether you are looking to adapt or match a new set of wheels, we have a simple guide to help you estimate your bolt circle.
How can you be sure that you measured correctly for your compact, midsize, fullsize, truck, or SUV? Use this wheel bolt pattern manufacturers chart to validate that you measured correctly for your vehicle's make, year, and class. This chart covers lug patterns for Ford, Dodge, AMC, Mopar, Lincoln, Cadillac, Jeep, GM, and Chevy.
It's important to ensure you have the correct offset on your wheels. The backspace or offset is measured from the inside lip of the wheel to the inside of the flange mount. To learn more about how to correctly measure backspacing and wheel offset check out our Wheel Offset and Backspacing Guide.
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