2014 Chrysler 300 Bolt Pattern

Your source for 2014 Chrysler 300 bolt pattern info—from stud size and offset to the tools you’ll need to measure for yourself.
Written by Jason Tushinski
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
The bolt pattern for the 2014 Chrysler 300 is 5x4.5 or 5 on 5—this means that each wheel has five bolts that form a circle five inches in diameter.
Owning a stately 2014 Chrysler 300 is all about motoring down the avenue and exuding all that power you’ve acquired over a lifetime of dealmaking. And sometimes, you might want to celebrate your success with some bigger wheels on your 300. But before you splurge on some new rims, you’ll need to know your Chrysler 300’s bolt pattern.
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2014 Chrysler 300 bolt pattern

The bolt pattern for a Chrysler 300 is 5x4.5 or 5 on 5. If you haven’t the foggiest idea of what that means, allow us to enlighten you on this aluminum alloy-coated world. Every bolt pattern is expressed as:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
With a lug pattern of 5x4.5, this means your Chrysler 300’s wheels have five lugs, or bolts, each, formed in a circle that measures five inches in diameter.
That said, you won’t get off that easy if you’re determined to turn heads with a flashy new set of rims. You’ll need to know your 300’s stud size, center bore measurement, and wheel offset, along with its torque specifications:
  • Factory wheel size: 17”, 18”, 20”
  • Stud size: M14x1.5 (14 threads per inch and 1.5-inch stud size)
  • Offset: 16 to 32 mm 
  • Center bore:71.5 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: N/A
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How to measure your Chrysler 300’s bolt pattern

If you pride yourself on doing your own grunt work and measuring the size of your Chrysler 300’s bolt patterns yourself, have at it.
First, grab a trusty measuring tape. Now, pick any lug and get measuring—from the outer edge of a bolt’s lug hole to the center of the bolt opposite it. As the Chrysler 300 has five bolts, measuring straight across will land you in between bolts. Instead, pick one of the nearest bolts and measure to the center.
Once you’ve done this, you’ll have your diameter. Along with the number of bolts, you’ve got your bolt pattern.

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