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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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