oldsmobileboltpattern.com the ultimate guide for all your bolt pattern solutions. oldsmobileboltpattern.com is a online information guide for all vehicle bolt patterns our website is geared to providing all the vehicle specification for every year make and model of every vehicle manufactured from 1972 up to 2016. Our techs are always adding new makes models and years to our growing database.
Why use our website? You can use our site for several different reasons the most common reason people use our site is to find out the vehicles bolt pattern before they purchase custom wheels. Most online retailers provide custom search features that will help you find wheels or tires for your vehicle but if your buying from craigslist or eBay than those features are not a option. So in that scenario you will need your vehicle’s bolt pattern to make sure that matches with the wheels they are selling or the wheel won’t bolt on the vehicle.
Use our advanced search features to find your vehicle bolt pattern information use our top search to find your car bolt pattern, hub bore, stud size and offset range. Use our bottom reverse search to find all vehicles that use that bolt pattern.
The bolt pattern consists of two numbers and looks like this (6×5.50) – the first number in this example “6″ indicates how many lugs is on the vehicle, the other number “5.50″ describes the diameter of the circle formed by those “6″ holes or studs in either inch or millimeter units (5.50 is inches). Another example: a bolt pattern of 4×100 indicates a pattern with 4 lugs on a circle with a diameter of 100 millimeters. Bolt pattern, lug pattern, PCD, or bolt circle may contain 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 lugs or holes.