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  • Wheel Tech 101: Measurements

    Wheels may look like glorified circles, but in actuality they are very complex devices that require high-tech, precision engineering processes to ensure that they do their job.  Furthermore, millions of dollars are spent every year by original equipment manufacturers like BMW, Lexus, Audi, Jaguar, Porsche, Ferrari, Infiniti and so on to make sure that every single wheel they put on a car, truck or SUV is durable, dependable, and even stylish.

    So what makes up a wheel?

    Here in Wheel Tech 101, we'll go over the most basic elements of a wheel: its measurements.

    Width and Diameter

    These two are pretty obvious, so we won't spend much time on them.  Suffice it to say, a wheel designated as 17 x 8 is a wheel that's 17 inches in diameter and 8 inches wide.  Those particular measurements might be found on any BMW 3-series, a Jaguar S- or X-Type, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 or Wrangler Rubicon, or a Lexus SC300 or IS250.  And probably a bajillion other vehicles, too.

    Offset

    Wheel offset is simply the distance from the mounting surface of the wheel to the true centerline of the rim.  It's something that's actually pretty hard to measure without some precision tools, but it's not impossible.  Offset comes in positive and negative numbers:

    • Positive offset is closer to the fender well, and means the mounting surface is positioned IN FRONT of the true centerline
    • Negative offset means the wheeel will stick out away from the vehicle, because the mounting surface is BEHIND the centerline of the rim assembly

    Bolt Pattern

    Bolt patterns are usually written like this: 5x112.  The first number (the "5") is the number of bolts that go on the wheel (typically 4, 5, or 6).  The second number is the pitch circle diameter, which measures the diameter of the bolt circle...which, interestingly enough, means different things based on how many bolts the vehicle has.

    For 4- and 6-bolt wheels, you're measuring from the center of one bolt hole to the center of the bolt hole directly across from it.  A 5-bolt wheel requires a little geometry: mentally "draw" a circle running through the centers of each bolt hole, then measure from the center of a single bolt hole out to the imaginary circle that lays between the two opposite bolt holes.

    Center Bore (a.k.a. "Hub Bore")

    These two terms are synonymous, and measures the center hole in the wheel.  This hole is used to center the wheel on the car's hub.  Pretty simple, eh?

    Mass production of wheels means that large center bores are common, so if you are trying to fit one type of BMW wheel on a different model of BMW, you might need to use something called a hubcentric hub ring to prevent or eliminate any vibration or noise caused by there not being a perfect fit.

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  • Wheel Tech 102: Wheel Construction

    A wheel has a rim and when someone says "rim" they often mean "wheel."  Wheels and rims, rims and wheels.  It can be confusing, but really, they are pretty much synonymous with one another unless you're talking to an engineer or technician about something very specific.

    But whether you call it a "wheel" or "rims," the manufacturing process is very, very important, because it sets the baseline for durability, weight, strength, and appearance.

    Alloy Wheels vs. Steel Wheels

    Pretty much every OEM wheel you're going to find is made of an alloy composed of aluminum and other metallic substances.  Alloy wheels are more durable, stronger, and better looking than a steel wheel.  Durability means less of a chance of cracking or corroding under normal conditions, strength means longevity, and appearance means style.  Alloys are also lighter than steel, which directly leads to responsiveness, handling, and acceleration.

    One-, Two-, and Three-Piece Wheels

    The vast majority of wheels are one-piece wheels, which means they were manufactured using a single mold.  Some wheels come in two- or three-piece versions, wherein there are multiple pieces molded separately (a center and barrel, or a center, inside, and outside rim pieces, respectively) and are welded and/or bolted together using high quality fasteners to ensure there's no separation.

    Forged Wheels

    Forged wheels are stronger and lighter than your standard aluminum wheel, because they are subjected to forced compression combined with heat.

    Roll Forging

    A subset of forging, roll forging sees the use of a metal blank run through rollers.  Less aluminum is used in this process, which reduces the weight of the wheel (increasing performance), but maintaining its strength and durability.

    Low Pressure and Counter Pressure Casting

    Low pressure casting is the most common form of wheel manufacturing currently used.  This is simply the act of pouring liquid metal into a mold and cooling it to harden into its final shape.  Counter pressure casting instead sucks the metal into the mold using a vacuum rather than having it poured in, which reduces impurities and increases material strength of the wheel.

    Lug Nuts, Lug Bolts, and Wheel Locks

    Though not a physical part of the wheel during the manufacturing process, lug nuts and bolts are absolutely integral when considering the durability, strength, and appearance of your wheels.  Bolts come in three common types:

    • acorn seat (conical)
    • ball seat (radius)
    • mag shank seat

    When you are going with aftermarket or replica wheels, you may not be able to use your OEM lugs, which immediately calls into question the fitment and durability of any such wheels.  With OEM wheels, your OEM lugs (or lugs that are considered "OEM replacement lugs") can be used, ensuring proper fitment and safety.

    In Conclusion...

    ...wheel construction is a very important consideration for any vehicle owner, and it's why L.A. Wheel and Tire only deals with OEM wheels.  Original equipment manufacturers (O.E.M.) like BMW, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Audi, Honda, Dodge, and everyone else have been making OEM wheels, lugs and hardware for a very long time, and spend literally millions of dollars every year on safety and durability tests.  Knowing that you are getting the best, highest quality product is very important to us, and hopefully this crash course in wheel construction lets you know that we take that dedication to you very seriously.

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  • Tire Tech 102: Numbers and Ratings

    In the previous course -- Tire Tech 101: Dimensions -- we explained what some of the most common information printed on a tire's sidewall meant.  Now that you've aced that class and are ready to graduate to the big leagues, we're going to look at some of the smaller print on your tires, and also chat a little about tire designations you might see on various websites or in the stores.

    But first, a minor digression:

    Uniform Tire Quality Grading System, or UTQGS

    The United States government established the UTQGS (Uniform Tire Quality Grading System) to assist consumers in understanding -- at least at a basic level -- the quality of the tires they can buy.  It looks at three areas:

    • Treadwear
    • Traction
    • Temperature

    These three areas are graded during safety and inspection tests, and are printed both on the tire's sidewall and on the paper labels affixed to each tire's tread when they are to be sold to consumers, so that you can easily find the information.

    So, digression over, here's where Tire Tech 102 truly begins:

    Tire Ratings

    Tire Ratings

    Treadwear

    This is a comparative rating -- usually within brands -- of the useful life of a tire's treads under controlled conditions.  Because one manufacturer may grade something as a 400 (which means it will last twice as long as a tire graded 200) and another manufacturer might grade essentially the same tire as 300 (lasts twice as long as a 150 grade wheel), it's not very useful when comparing tires made by different companies.  And you have to take into account that you probably won't be driving in scientifically controlled conditions, so who knows what kind of elements might reduce tread performance.

    Tread Depth

    Tread Depth

    Traction

    Graded AA, A, B, or C (from highest to lowest, respectively), this is a measure of the tire's stopping ability on wet pavement.  This doesn't take into account turning performance or any vehicle-based stopping performance, and is yet another test done under scientifically controlled situations, so it's really just a comparison rating.

    Temperature Resistance

    Resistance to heat and ability to dissipate heat are important  because tires are constantly under friction (which, as any physicist knows, creates heat), and surrounded by even more friction (brakes on wheels, for instance).  The grades from highest to lowest are A, B, and C, with C being the minimum required performance under federal safety standards.

    Other Designations

    There are several other designations, some of which can be found on the tire, others which might not be.  These include:

    • Service Designation: A designation of "M&S" somewhere on the tire means it is rated by the manufacturer as suitable for use in mud and snow, with guidelines set by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) in the U.S.
    • All-Season Designation: This is basically saying that the tires meet the "M&S" service designation (above) without the drawbacks of noise or rolling resistance that comes with some winter tires.  Passenger and light trucks might also meet criteria that provide superior snow performance, usually designated by a mountain/snowflake symbol on the tire.
    • D.O.T. or DOT Code: This is a numeric code (sometimes alphanumeric) that indicates the manufacturer, plant where the tire was produced, tire line, tire size, and the week/year of manufacture.
    • Maximum Pressure / Load: All tires are marked on the sidewalls with the maximum load capacity in pounds, as well as the maximum inflation pressure (just look for "P.S.I.").  Truck tires have dual and single application recommended pressure for maximum loads.

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  • Tire Tech 101: Dimensions

    We don't always show off the "and Tire" portion of our name, L.A. Wheel and Tire, but it's a pretty important part of what we deal with every day.  In a very real sense, all the wheels in the world couldn't do very much without tires (or maybe tracked treads, but that's neither here nor there).

    Tire manufacturers are pretty smart people -- engineers, designers, and the like -- and they figured out that they could save a lot of people a lot of hassle by putting some information directly on the sidewall of every tire.

    In Tire Tech 101 -- the first of our series on tires -- we'll give a tour of some of the most important bits of information that you can find on your tires, and what it all means.

    Looking at these pictures, you see the following information:

    Tire Dimensions

    Tire Dimensions

    P235/60R15 98V

    P-Metric / Non-P-Metric Designation

    If there's a "P" appended to the beginning of the information, this simply designates its a passenger car tire.  If there's no "P" at the beginning, the tire is simply engineered to different standards.  The standards are set by two organizations: the T&RA (The Tire and Rim Association) and the ETRTO (European Tyre and Rim Technical Organization).

    Section Width

    The next number ("235" in this case) measures the tire section width, in millimeters: the distance from sidewall to sidewall.  Each tire is measured to specific rim width, and because rim width is often measured in inches here in the U.S., it's helpful to convert millimeters to inches.  Divide the millimeters by 25.4 to get the measurement in inches.

    Aspect Ratio

    After the slash (/) is the aspect ratio (in this case, "60"), which compares the tire's section height -- the distance from bead to the tread -- to maximum section width.  So, in this case, the 60 means that the tire's section height is 60% of the tire's section width.

    Construction

    A letter designation follows, indicating the type of ply construction in the tire's casing.  "R" in this case stands for radial, while other designations are "D" for diagonal and "B" for belted.  Don't mix construction types on a car; you'll regret it pretty fast!

    Rim Diameter

    This diameter is the rim diameter, usually in inches.  Always match the tire's rim diameter to the wheel's rim diameter for safety and proper fit.  In this case, the number is 15, so that should tell you that the wheels this will fit on are 15" wheels.

    Service Description

    This is actually an alphanumeric combination (in this example, "98V") that gives you both the load index and the speed rating.  The Load Index tells you the load carrying capacity of the tire, and is repeated on all U.S. tires with the load limit in pounds elsewhere on the tire.  The Speed Rating is the maximum speed that the tire is rated at the load specified by the load index.  So, the example tires are rated at a "V" which means up to 149 mph (240 km).  Speed ratings work like this:

    Speed Rating / Test Speed

    • Q / up to 100 mph (160 km)
    • R / up to 106 mph (170 km)
    • S / up to 112 mph (180 km)
    • T / up to 118 mph (190 km)
    • U / up to 124 mph (200 km)
    • H / up to 130 mph (210 km)
    • V / up to 149 mph (240 km)
    • W / up to 168 mph (270 km)
    • Y / up to 186 mph (300 km)

    It's important to note that not all U.S. tires are speed rated, but most areALWAYS replace tires with equal or higher rated tires, otherwise you could be looking at some dangerous changes to performance.  Furthermore, regardless of what a tire says it's rated for, you should never break the speed limit, and you should never try to meet or exceed the listed speeds by rating.  Performance and handling can all take a hit under various circumstances, and frankly, crashing your car is no good for anybody.  Except maybe your insurance provider.

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Volkswagen

    First of all, bolt pattern is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement often written like 5x114.3 that tells you two things:

    • The 5 tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The 114.3 indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Volkswagen bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. Passat).
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 112

    1998-2005 Passat (Mk5)

    • 1.8T sedan
    • 2.8 sedan
    • 1.8T wagon
    • 2.8 wagon
    • TDI sedan
    • TDI wagon
    • 4Motion sedan
    • 4Motion wagon
    • W8 4Motion sedan
    • W8 4Motion wagon

    2006-2009 Passat (Mk6)

    • 2.0T sedan
    • 2.0T sedan 4Motion
    • 2.0T wagon
    • 2.0T wagon 4Motion
    • 3.6 sedan
    • 3.6 sedan 4Motion
    • 3.6 wagon
    • 3.6 wagon 4Motion

    2007-2009 EOS

    • 2.0T
    • 3.2

    2006-2009 Golf / Rabbit (Mk5)

    • coupe
    • sedan
    • GTI

    2005-2009 Jetta (Mk5)

    • 2.0T sedan
    • 2.5 sedan
    • TDI sedan
    • Sportwagen

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    1993-2008 Golf - All Models

    1993-2008 GTI

    1993-1998 Jetta VR6

    1999-2005 Jetta - All Models

    1992-1996 Passat GLX VR6

    1993-2008 Corrado VR6

    1998-2008 Beetle - All Models

    5 x 130

    2004-2009 Touareg V6

    2004-2009 Touareg V8

    2004-2009 Touareg V10 Diesel

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Audi

    First of all, bolt pattern is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement often written like 5x114.3 that tells you two things:

    • The 5 tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The 114.3 indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Audi bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. A4).
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 112

    2006-2009 A3

    • 2.0T
    • 3.2

    1994-2001 A4 (B5)

    • 1.8T
    • 1.8T Avant
    • 2.8

    2000-2002 S4 (B5)

    • sedan
    • Avant

    2002-2005 A4 (B6)

    • 1.8T
    • 1.8T Avant
    • 1.8T cabriolet
    • 2.0T
    • 2.0T Avant
    • 2.0T Cabriolet
    • 3.0
    • 3.0 Avant
    • 3.0 Cabriolet
    • Ultra Sport

    2004-2005 S4 (B6)

    • sedan
    • Avant
    • Cabriolet

    2005-2008 A4 (B7)

    • 2.0T
    • 2.0T Avant
    • 2.0T Cabriolet
    • 3.2
    • 3.2 Avant
    • 3.2 Cabriolet

    2006-2008 S4 (B7)

    • sedan
    • Avant
    • Cabriolet

    1994-1997 A6 (C4)

    • sedan
    • Avant
    • S6
    • S6 Avant

    1998-2004 A6 (C5)

    • sedan 2.7T
    • sedan 2.8
    • Avant 2.8
    • sedan 3.0
    • Avant 3.0
    • sedan 4.2
    • Avant S6 4.2
    • sedan RS6 4.2 twin turbo

    2005-2009 A6 (C6)

    • sedan 3.2
    • sedan 3.2 Quattro
    • sedan 4.2 Quattro
    • Avant 3.2
    • Avant 3.2 Quattro
    • Avant 4.2 Quattro
    • sedan S6 V10 5.2

    1994-2003 A8

    • A8 3.7
    • A8 4.2
    • A8L 4.2
    • S8 4.2

    2004-2009 A8

    • A8 4.2
    • A8L 4.2
    • A8L w12 6.0
    • S8 V10 5.2

    2001-2005 Allroad (C5)

    • 2.7T
    • 4.2

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    1999-2006 TT 1.8T

    2007-2008 TT 2.0T

    1999-2008 TT 3.2

    5 x 130

    2007-2009 Q7 3.6

    2007-2009 Q7 4.2

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Porsche

    First of all, bolt pattern is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement often written like 5x114.3 that tells you two things:

    • The 5 tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The 114.3 indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Porsche bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. Cayenne Turbo).
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 130

    • 2004-2009 Cayenne V6
    • 2004-2009 Cayenne S
    • 2008-2009 Cayenne GTS
    • 2004-2009 Cayenne Turbo
    • 2006-2009 Cayenne Turbo S
    • 1970-1989 911
    • 1982-1985 944
    • 1978-1985 928

    (924 chassis)

    • 1986-1988 924S

    (928 chassis)

    • 1986-1995 928 S2
    • 1987-1991 928 S4
    • 1989-1991 928 GT
    • 1992-1995 928 GTS

    (944 chassis)

    • 1986-1991 944
    • 1986-1991 944 Turbo
    • 1987-1988 944S
    • 1989-1991 944S2
    • 1989-1991 944S2 cabriolet

    (964 chassis)

    • 1989-1993 911 Carrera 2 (C2) coupe
    • 1989-1993 911 Carrera 2 (C2) cabriolet
    • 1993-1994 964 Carrera 2 (C2) Speedster
    • 1989-1993 911 Carrera 4 (C4) coupe
    • 1989-1993 911 Carrera 4 (C4) cabriolet
    • 1991-1992 911 Carrera 2 (C2) turbo look cabriolet
    • 1992-1993 911 Carrera 2 (C2) American Roadster
    • 1993-1994 911 Carrera RS America
    • 1993 911 Carrera 4 (C4) Jubilee coupe
    • 1990-1993 Targa 2
    • 1990-1993 Targa 4
    • 1990-1992 911 Turbo 3.3
    • 1990-1992 911 Turbo 3.3 S
    • 1993-1994 911 Turbo 3.6
    • 1993-1994 911 Turbo 3.6 S

    (968 chassis)

    • 1992-1995 968 coupe
    • 1992-1995 968 cabriolet

    (993 chassis)

    • 1995-1998 911 Carrera 2 (C2)
    • 1995-1998 911 Carrera 2 (C2) cabriolet
    • 1995-1998 911 Carrera 4 (C4)
    • 1995-1998 911 Carrera 4 (C4) cabriolet
    • 1997-1998 911 Carrera 2S (C2S)
    • 1996-1998 911 Carrera 4S (C4S)
    • 1996-1998 911 Targa
    • 1996-1997 911 Turbo
    • 1997 911 Turbo S

    (996 chassis)

    • 1999-2004 911 Carrera 2 (C2)
    • 1999-2004 911 Carrera 2 (C2) cabriolet
    • 1999-2004 911 Carrera 4 (C4)
    • 2000-2004 911 Carrera 4 (C4) cabriolet
    • 2002-2005 911 Carrera 4S (C4S)
    • 2002-2005 911 Carrera 4S (C4S) cabriolet
    • 2002-2004 911 Targa
    • 2001-2005 911 Turbo
    • 2001-2005 911 Turbo cabriolet
    • 2005 911 Turbo S
    • 2005 911 Turbo S cabriolet

    (997 chassis)

    • 2005-2009 911 Carrera
    • 2005-2009 911 Carrera cabriolet
    • 2005-2009 911 Carrera S
    • 2005-2009 911 Carrera S cabriolet
    • 2006-2009 911 Carrera Club Coupe
    • 2007-2009 911 Targa 4
    • 2007-2009 911 Targa 4S
    • 2006-2009 911 Carrera 4 (C4)
    • 2006-2009 911 Carrera 4 (C4)cabriolet
    • 2006-2009 911 Carrera 4S (C4S)
    • 2006-2009 911 Carrera 4S (C4S) cabriolet
    • 2007-2009 GT3
    • 2007-2009 911 Turbo
    • 2008-2009 911 Turbo cabriolet

    (986 chassis)

    • 1997-2004 Boxster
    • 2000-2004 Boxster S

    (987 chassis)

    • 2005-2009 Boxster
    • 2005-2009 Boxster S
    • 2006-2009 Cayman
    • 2006-2009 Cayman S

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Jaguar

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Jaguar bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "XJ Vanden Plas").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 4.75 (same as 5 x 120.65)

    1976-1996 XJ-S / XJS

    • XJ-S
    • XJ-s cabriolet
    • XJ-SC
    • XJS
    • XJS cabriolet

    1989-1994 XJ

    • XJ6
    • XJ12
    • XJ Vanden Plas

    1995-2003 XJ

    • XJ6
    • XJ8
    • XJ8L
    • XJ12
    • XJR
    • XJR 100
    • XJ Vanden Plas

    1997-2007 XK

    • XK8
    • XK8 cabriolet
    • XKR
    • XKR cabriolet
    • XKR 100
    • XKR 100 cabriolet
    • XKR Silverstone
    • XKR Portfolio

    5 x 4.25 (same as 5 x 108)

    2000-2008 S-Type

    • 3.0
    • 4.0
    • 4.2
    • S-Type R

    2002-2008 X-Type

    • 2.5
    • 3.0
    • 3.0 Sport Wagon

    2004-2009 XJ

    • XJ8
    • XJ8L
    • XJR
    • XJ Super V8
    • XJ Vanden Plas

    2008-2009 XK

    • XK
    • XK cabriolet
    • XKR
    • XKR cabriolet
    • XKR Portfolio

    2008-2009 XF

    • Luxury
    • Premium Luxury
    • Supercharged

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Jeep

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Jeep bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "Wrangler").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 5 (same as 5 x 127)

    1999-2009 Grand Cherokee

    2006-2009 Grand Cherokee SRT-8

    2006-2009 Commander

    2007-2009 Wrangler

    2007-2009 Wrangler Rubicon

    2007-2009 Wrangler Sahara

    2007-2009 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited

    2007-2009 Wrangler X

    2007-2009 Wrangler X Unlimited

    5 x 4.5 (same as 5 x 114.3)

    1984-1998 Grand Cherokee

    1983-1993 Grand Wagoneer

    1983-2000 Cherokee

    1980-1992 Comanche

    1980-2006 Wrangler / CJ

    2002-2009 Liberty

    2007-2009 Compass

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Plymouth

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Plymouth bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "Sundance").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    1986-1993 Acclaim

    1984-1994 Sundance

    1996-2000 Breeze

    1986-1995 Voyager 4 Cylinder

    1996-2000 Voyager

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Chrysler

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Chrysler bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "300").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    2000-2009 PT Cruiser

    1995-2001 Cirrus

    1996-2009 Sebring JX Convertible

    1986-1996 LeBarron

    1986-1993 New Yorker

    5 x 4.5 (same as 5 x 114.3)

    1994-2003 Concorde - All Models

    1999-2003 300M - All Models

    5 x 115

    2004-2010 300 - All Models

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Pontiac

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Pontiac bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "Grand Am").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    1989-1998 Grand Am
    1985-1994 Sunbird
    1995-2009 Sunfire
    2002-2009 Vibe

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Dodge

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Dodge bolt patterns. Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "Shadow").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

    5 x 4 (same as 5 x 100)

    1994-2004 Neon - All 5 Lug Models

    1986-1994 Shadow

    1986-1994 Daytona

    1995-2009 Stratus

    6 x 4.5 (same as 6 x 114.3)

    1998-2003 Durango

    1991-2004 Dakota

    1992-2002 ViperRT/10 Roadster

    1996-2002 Viper GTS

    1999-2002 Viper ACR

    2003-2006 Viper SRT-10

    2006 Viper SRT-10 coupe

    2009-2009 Viper SRT-10

    2009-2009 Viper ACR

    5 x 5.5 (same as 5 x 139.7)

    1985-2003 Ram Van - All 5 Lug Models

    1994-2009 Ram - All 5 Lug Models

    2004-2009 Durango - All models

    5 x 4.5 (same as 5 x 114.3)

    1994-2003 Intrepid - All Models

    5 x 115

    2004-2009 Magnum - All Models

    2004-2009 Charger - All Models

    2009-2010 Challenger - All Models

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  • Wheel Bolt Patterns: Mercedes-Benz

    First of all, "bolt pattern" is defined in our article Wheel Tech 101: Measurements.  Put simply, it's a measurement -- often written like "5x114.3" -- that tells you two things:

    • The "5" tells you how many bolt holes the wheel has, and
    • The "114.3" indicates the diameter of the bolt circle (see Wheel Tech 101 for more on that).

    Note: if a wheel has two listed bolt patterns, it is NOT an OEM wheel; all OEM wheels only have one bolt pattern.

    This article provides a comprehensive listing of Mercedes-Benz bolt patterns.  Check out our other Fitment articles for other brands.

    If you are looking for a particular Year/Model, please take the following steps:

    1. Press the [CTRL] key and the [F] key at the same time ([CMD] + [F] if you're a Mac user).
    2. A search box will open (usually at the bottom or top of your browser).
    3. Type in the MODEL that you are looking for (i.e. "C43 AMG").
    4. When you find your model, look at the header immediately above to make sure you're in the right Year for that Model.

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    1994-2000 C-class (W202)

    • C220
    • C230
    • C240
    • C280
    • C36 AMG
    • C43 AMG

    2001-2007 C-class (W203)

    • C230
    • C230 Coupe
    • C240
    • C240 4Matic
    • C240 wagon
    • C240 wagon 4Matic
    • C280
    • C280 4Matic
    • C320
    • C320 4Matic
    • C320 wagon
    • C320 wagon 4Matic
    • C350
    • C32 AMG
    • C55 AMG

    2008-2009 C-class (W204)

    • C250
    • C300 Luxury
    • C300 Sport
    • C300 Luxury 4Matic
    • C300 Sport 4Matic
    • C350 Luxury
    • C350 Sport
    • C63 AMG

    1993-1999 S-class coupe (C140)

    • 500SEC
    • 600SEC
    • S500
    • S600
    • CL500
    • CL600

    2000-2006 CL-class (C215)

    • CL500
    • CL600
    • CL55 AMG
    • CL65 AMG

    2007-2009 CL-class (C216)

    • CL550
    • CL600
    • CL63 AMG
    • CL65 AMG

    1998-2003 CLK-class (W208)

    • CLK320
    • CLK320 cabriolet
    • CLK430
    • CLK430 cabriolet
    • CLK55 AMG
    • CLK55 AMG cabriolet

    2003-2009 CLK-class (W209)

    • CLK320
    • CLK320 cabriolet
    • CLK350
    • CLK350 cabriolet
    • CLK500
    • CLK500 cabriolet
    • CLK550
    • CLK550 cabriolet
    • CLK55 AMG
    • CLK55 AMG cabriolet
    • CLK63 AMG cabriolet
    • CLK63 AMG Black Series

    2005-2009 CLS-class (W219)

    • CLS500
    • CLS550
    • CLS55 AMG
    • CLS63 AMG

    1982-1993 E-class (W201)

    • 190E 2.3
    • 190E 2.3 16-valve
    • 190E 2.5
    • 190E 2.5 16-valve
    • 190E 2.6
    • 190D

    1984-1995 E-class (W124)

    • 200D
    • 230E
    • 230CE
    • 250D
    • 230TE
    • 260E
    • E280
    • 300E
    • 300E 4Matic
    • 300E Sportline
    • 300CE Cabriolet
    • 300D
    • 300TE
    • 300TE 4Matic
    • 300CE
    • E300D
    • E320
    • E320 wagon
    • E320 Cabriolet
    • 400E
    • E420

    1992-1994 E-class (W124)

    • 500E
    • E500

    1996-2002 E-class (W210)

    • E300 diesel
    • E300 turbodiesel
    • E320
    • E320 wagon
    • E320 4Matic
    • E320 4Matic wagon
    • E420
    • E430
    • E430 4Matic
    • E55 AMG

    2003-2009 E-class (W211)

    • E320
    • E320 4Matic
    • E320 wagon
    • E320 wagon 4Matic
    • E320 CDI
    • E320 BLUETEC
    • E350
    • E350 4Matic
    • E350 wagon 4Matic
    • E500
    • E500 4Matic
    • E500 wagon
    • E500 wagon 4Matic
    • E550
    • E550 4Matic
    • E55 AMG
    • E55 AMG wagon
    • E63 AMG
    • E63 AMG wagon

    1992-1999 S-class (W140)

    • 300SE
    • 300SD
    • 400SE
    • 300SEL
    • 400SEL
    • 350SEL
    • 500SEL
    • 600SEL
    • S300D
    • S320
    • S350D
    • S420
    • S500
    • S600

    2000-2006 S-class (W220)

    • S350
    • S430
    • S430 4Matic
    • S500
    • S500 4Matic
    • S600
    • S55 AMG
    • S65 AMG

    2007-2009 S-class (W221)

    • S550
    • S550 4Matic
    • S600
    • S63 AMG
    • S65 AMG

    1990-2002 SL-class (R129)

    • 300SL
    • 500SL
    • 600SL
    • SL320
    • SL500
    • SL600

    2003-2009 SL-class (R230)

    • SL500
    • SL550
    • SL600
    • SL55 AMG
    • SL63 AMG
    • SL65 AMG

    1998-2004 SLK-class (R170)

    • SLK230
    • SLK320
    • SLK32 AMG

    2005-2009 SLK-class (R171)

    • SLK280
    • SLK300
    • SLK350
    • SLK55 AMG

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    1998-2005 ML-class (W163)

    • ML320
    • ML350
    • ML430
    • ML500
    • ML55 AMG

    2006-2009 ML-class (W164)

    • ML320 CDI
    • ML320 BLUETEC
    • ML350
    • ML500
    • ML550
    • ML63 AMG

    2007-2009 GL-class (W164)

    • GL320 CDI
    • GL320 BLUETEC
    • GL450
    • GL550

    2006-2009 R-class (V251)

    • R320 CDI
    • R320 BLUETEC
    • R350
    • R500
    • R63 AMG

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    1963-1981 (W100)

    • 600
    • 600 Pullman

    1965-1972 (W108/W109)

    • 250S
    • 250SE
    • 280S
    • 280SE
    • 280SE 3.5
    • 280SE 4.5
    • 280SEL
    • 280SEL 3.5
    • 280SEL 4.5
    • 300SE
    • 300SEL
    • 300SEL 3.5
    • 300SEL 4.5
    • 300SEL 6.3

    1963-1971 SL-class (W113)

    • 230SL
    • 250SL
    • 280SL

    1972-1989 SL-class (R107)

    • 190SL
    • 280SL
    • 280SLC
    • 300SL
    • 350SL
    • 350SLC
    • 380SL
    • 380SLC
    • 420SL
    • 450SL
    • 450SLC
    • 500SL
    • 500SLC
    • 560SL

    1968-1976 (W114)

    • 230
    • 230 6
    • 250
    • 250 2.8
    • 250C
    • 250CE
    • 280C
    • 280E
    • 280CE

    1968-1976 (W115)

    • 200
    • 200D
    • 220
    • 220D
    • 230 4
    • 240D
    • 240D 3.0

    1972-1980 S-class (W116)

    • 280S
    • 280SE
    • 280SEL
    • 300SD
    • 350SE
    • 350SEL
    • 450SE
    • 450SEL
    • 450SEL 6.9

    1976-1985 (W123)

    • 200
    • 240D
    • 280E
    • 280CE
    • 300D
    • 300CD
    • 300TD

    1979-1991 (W126)

    • 260SE
    • 280S
    • 280SE
    • 280SEL
    • 300SE
    • 300SD
    • 300SEL
    • 300SDL
    • 350SD
    • 350SDL
    • 380SE
    • 380SEL
    • 380SEC
    • 420SE
    • 420SEL
    • 420SEC
    • 500SE
    • 500SEL
    • 500SEc
    • 560SE
    • 560SEL
    • 560SEC

    5 x 130

    1978-2009 G-class (W463)

    • G290
    • G300D
    • G320
    • G350
    • G500
    • G550
    • G55 AMG

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