How do I find out the bolt pattern, stud size, and hub diameter of my vehicle?

Click here to view our Bolt Pattern and Hub Centric Guide.


Am I going to have to trim the studs on my car?

When installing a wheel spacer/ adapter, trimming the studs will be necessary when the spacer or adapter plate is thinner than your wheel studs are long.


How often should I check torque on my spacers?

After the initial installation, torque should be checked every 6,000 miles.


What’s the difference between a spacer and adapter?

A wheel spacer can be a slip on style or a full bolt on style that does not change the bolt pattern. A wheel adapter is a full bolt on style that converts the bolt pattern on your vehicle to a new bolt pattern.


What is the difference between hub centric and lug centric?

Lug centric is a style that is designed to center on the studs rather than the hub. Hub Centric is precisely machined to pilot on the hub in conjunction with centering on the studs.


How do I measure the bolt pattern?

4 Lug

4-Lug

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

5 Lug

5-Lug

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

6 Lug

6-Lug

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

8 Lug

8-Lug

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