Wheel Bolt Patterns by Vehicle

Wheel Bolt Pattern Diagram

What is a bolt pattern?

Also known as a wheel's lug pattern, the bolt pattern measures the imaginary circle that is formed by the lug nut holes at the centermost part of your wheel. Bolt pattern measurements are given in a two-number system: the first number signifies how many lug holes the wheel has. The second number represents the imaginary circle's diameter, usually measured in millimeters. Larger vehicles commonly have more lugs than smaller vehicles; a wheel for a Ford F-250 truck, for example, will have eight lug holes, while a Kia Rio passenger car will only have four. On smaller vehicles, a five-lug pattern tends to be the most common. Understanding your vehicle's bolt pattern is critical to making sure the wheels you order will fit; it's not only a matter of style but also safety. Knowing your bolt pattern is so important that we've taken the guesswork out of the equation for you, see below!

What is my vehicle's bolt pattern?

We've done the hard work for you. Find your vehicle's make and model below, from there you'll be able to click a link that will take you to a selection of wheels that should fit your vehicle. Choose from a wide variety of styles and finishes, as sleek and stylish or as colorful and unique as you want, from brands like TIS Wheels, Fuel Off-Road, Motiv Wheels, and more! Customizing your wheels is one way to make a vehicle truly your own, with one-of-a-kind features that you won't find just anywhere! Take advantage of these great prices on high-quality wheels, and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to give us a call.

If you are still unsure of your truck, car, or SUV's bolt pattern after reviewing the information below, please don't hesitate to call us at 320-333-2155 or email us at Our team of fitment experts, who are knowledgeable about wheel sizing and rim offset, can help you determine the best fit for your vehicle based on your vehicle's year, make, and model. They also have a very keen eye for style when it comes to picking the right finish for your ride!


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Frequently Asked Questions: Wheel Bolt Patterns

How do I find out my bolt pattern?
First, look at the center of your wheel and count how many lugholes there are. There should be four, five, six, or eight. This will be the first number in your bolt pattern measurement. Next, measure the diameter of the imaginary circle that the lugholes form. You can do this by measuring from the center of one lughole to the center of the hole directly across the circle from the first. Measured in millimeters, this number will be the second number in your measurement. Bolt patterns are displayed in this fashion 5x114.3.
What are all the 5-lug bolt patterns?
Five-lug patterns are the most common bolt patterns on passenger cars and SUVs, but there are a lot more unique patterns than you might think. These patterns include 5x98, 5x100, 5x105, 5x108, 5x110, 5x112, 5x114.3, 5x115, 5x120, 5x120.7, 5x127, 5x130, 5x135, 5x139.7, 5x150, 5x160, and 5x205. Because there's such a wide variety, it's extremely important to have the correct measurements of your vehicle's bolt pattern before making a purchase. Your safety and style are on the line! Fortunately our fitment team at BB Wheels has resources to determine the exact bolt pattern for your specific vehicle without even seeing it – give us a call at 320.333.2155 for assistance.
What is a bolt pattern?
A bolt pattern is a two-number measurement of the imaginary circle your lug nuts form in the center of your wheel. The first number refers to the number of lug nut holes there are, while the second number refers to the imaginary circle's diameter, usually measured in millimeters. Knowing your vehicle's bolt pattern is necessary to find wheels that fit correctly.