This bolt pattern guide is used to find wheel bolt patterns, stud size/thread pitch, and hub diameters for almost all cars, crossovers, trucks, and SUVs. The guide covers most vehicles dating back to the 1940’s in some cases. You can use this as a wheel adapter guide to find or make the wheel adapter or spacer that’s right for you. This guide is also used to source hub diameters for hub centric rings. Otherwise manual measurements will have to be taken. Customers MUST provide measurements for Golf Carts, UTVs ATVs, and side by sides.  We do not carry any info regarding these types of vehicles due to limited trustworthy sources.

  • Click the link or picture below in order to open the guide:

Wheel Adapter Guide | Bolt Pattern Guide

(Updated for 2019)

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  • Click the link or picture above in order to open the guide:
  • Press (Ctrl+F) in order to quick search.
  • Once you find your vehicle you can create a custom order using the info provided in the bolt pattern guide.

This guide includes:

  • Vehicles by Year, Make and Model
  • Bolt Pattern
  • Stud Size / Thread Pitch
  • Hub Diameter

How do I measure the bolt pattern?

Use the images below to measure bolt pattern manually.

4 Lug | Bolt Pattern Guide cont.

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4-Lug Bolt Pattern Guide |

Measure from the middle of the two studs directly across from each other.

5 Lug

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5-Lug Bolt Pattern Guide | Wheel Adapter Guide

Measure from the farthest side of one stud to the center of the stud two places clockwise from it.

6 Lug

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6-Lug Bolt Pattern Guide | Wheel Adapter Guide

Measure from the farthest side of one stud to the center of the stud two places clockwise from it.

8 Lug Bolt Pattern Guide | Wheel Adapter Guide

8-Lug Bolt Pattern Guide | Wheel Adapter Guide

Measure from the middle of the two studs directly across from each other.  Technicians also use this guide to find 10 lug bolt patterns as well.

Using the Wheel Adapter Custom Order pages:

Vehicle Side | Wheel Adapter Guide

  1. Vehicle Bolt Pattern.  Enter vehicle bolt pattern first.
  2. Select Stud Size.  This selection determines the lug nuts sent with the adapters.
  3. Vehicle Hub Diameter.  Enter the vehicle hub diameter here: this dimension should be sourced from the guide, OR measured with micrometers or calipers. Therefore, TAPE Measurements are NOT accurate enough to machine to.

 

Wheel Side | Wheel Adapter Guide

4. Wheel Bolt Pattern. Select the bolt pattern of the wheels to install.
5. Stud Size for wheel to accept.  Pick the stud size you would like the wheels to fit onto. Most customers want the inside and outside hardware to match.  This means that the Vehicle stud size & wheel stud size will match.
6. Center Bore diameter of wheel. Type out the diameter of the wheel center bore.  This can be sourced from the wheel manufacturer, OR measured with calipers or micrometers.  Local machine shops around you use these tools everyday.  This means they can measure center bores as well.

Thickness
7. Finally, select a thickness.  The thinnest possible hub centric wheel adapter we build for safety is 1″ thick. Adapters can be made thicker to account for offset. Thus, a thicker adapter will push the wheels out further.  Thickness plays no part in strength or quality of wheel adapters.


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