2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Bolt Pattern

Need to know the 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee bolt pattern? Look no further.
Written by Matthew Lynaugh
Reviewed by Shannon Martin
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The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a bolt pattern of 5x5, meaning five bolts on each wheel form a circle five inches in diameter. 
Jeeps are known to welcome the road less traveled and encourage any elements thrown its way. If you have an older truck that’s seen more than its fair share of wear and tear, replacing the wheels with a fresh set can be an
easy modification
to keep your ride on the road for as long as possible—you just need to understand its bolt pattern first.
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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee bolt pattern

The
bolt pattern
of a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee is 5x5. Let’s go over this formula so you have a better understanding of what these numbers mean. Bolt patterns, also known as lug patterns, are commonly expressed in the following way:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
A 5x5.5 lug pattern indicates that each wheel on your Grand Cherokee has five bolts set in a circle five inches in diameter.
If you want a total wheel overhaul, it may be a good idea to know more metrics than the bolt pattern. Below are the 2004 Grand Cherokee stud size, wheel offset, center bore measurement, and torque specifications:
  • Factory wheel size: 16”, 17”
  • Stud size: M12 x 1.75
  • Offset: 30 to 45 mm
  • Center bore: 71.5 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 115 to 150 Nm

How to measure your Jeep Grand Cherokee’s bolt pattern

The specifications above should be all you need to swap out your wheels, but if you want to measure the bolt pattern on your own, we have the way to do so. 
Using a tape measure or standard ruler, measure from the outer edge of any bolt to the center of the lug across from it. Because there are an odd number of bolts, you’ll wind up in between two bolts after you measure straight across. Simply pick one of them and measure to its center.
After you have measured the diameter, just put it together with the number of bolts on the wheel, and you’ve got your bolt pattern!
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A 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a bolt pattern of 5x5.5—five bolts on each wheel, forming a circle five inches in diameter.
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