2007 Mustang Bolt Pattern

Get the rundown on your 2007 Mustang bolt pattern—and figure out how you can measure it for yourself.
Written by Melanie Krieps Mergen
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
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The bolt pattern for a 2007 Ford Mustang is 4 x 114.3 mm or 5 x 4.5 inches. 
Part of the fun of owning a Ford Mustang is its stylish exterior—but if you want to take your own Mustang’s style to another level by upgrading your wheels, you might need to know your Jeep’s bolt pattern.
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2007 Mustang bolt pattern

Figuring out your bolt pattern might seem complicated, but it’s a lot easier when you understand what the numbers mean. Your 2007 Mustang’s bolt pattern gives you two different pieces of information: 
  • The number of bolts on a single wheel
  • The diameter of the distance between bolts directly across from each other
A 2007 Ford Mustang has a 5-bolt pattern arranged in a circle with a 4.5-inch diameter. In some cases, you might see the bolt pattern in milliliters, which would be 114.2 millimeters
That means the bolt pattern for a 2007 Ford Mustang is 4 x 114.3 mm or 5 x 4.5 inches.
But if you’re swapping out your wheels, there are some other specs you’ll need to know, too, like your wheel size, stud size, offset, and center bore specifications:
  • Factory wheel size: 15” to 18”, depending on trim level 
  • Lug size: M12 x 1.76
  • Offset: 10 to 30 mm
  • Center bore: 70.5 mm
Different Mustang trim levels may have slight variations from these specs, so be sure to confirm Ford’s recommendation for your own vehicle. If you’re not sure about yours, you can always check with a certified mechanic. Many wheel and tire shops also have tools that let you check a wheel’s compatibility with your Mustang.

How to measure your Ford Mustang’s bolt pattern

If you want to figure out your 2007 Ford Mustang’s bolt pattern yourself, it’s pretty easy to do. Just grab a ruler or measuring tape and measure from the outside edge of one bolt hole to the center of the two bolt holes that are farthest away.
Note that measurement and place it after your number of bolts, and there you have it: your 2007 Ford Mustang bolt pattern!
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The bolt pattern on a 2015 Wrangler is 5x4.5 inches or 4x114.3mm.
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