2014 Toyota Tundra Bolt Pattern

The 2014 Toyota Tundra has a 5x5.9 bolt pattern. Read through our handy guide to learn about your truck’s wheel specifications and much more!
Written by Jessica Gibson
Reviewed by Brenna Swanston
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The 2014
Toyota Tundra
has a 5x5.9 bolt pattern (also called 5 on 5.9). This means each wheel has five bolts that form a 5.9-inch circle.
If you’re swapping out your Toyota Tundra’s tires to install custom rims or want to change the factory wheels for a stronger set, take a few vital measurements before you head to the auto shop. You’ve got to know your 2014 Toyota Tundra’s exact bolt pattern to ensure the amazing wheels you buy will fit!
We’ve done the research for you, so keep reading for the wheel specs you need.
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2014 Toyota Tundra bolt pattern

Every Toyota Tundra since 2007 (including the 2014 Toyota Tundra) has a 5x5.9 bolt pattern. You might see this written as 5 on 5.9, too. So, what does that mean if you don’t know your way around a bolt pattern? It’s simple! You can write a bolt or lug pattern like this:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
To explain the 5x5.9 bolt pattern, it means your Toyota Tundra’s wheels each have five bolts arranged in a circle with a 5.9-inch diameter. While that’s really important information, you need other wheel specifications before you can swap out your tires. For instance, you’ve got to know your Tundra’s stud size, wheel size (along with the offset), center bore measurement, and torque specs:
  • Factory wheel size: 18” 
  • Stud size: 14mm x 1.25 (14 mm stud thread and 1.5 mm thread spacing)
  • Offset: 18 to 50 mm
  • Center bore: 110.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 131 Nm

How to measure your Jeep Wrangler’s bolt pattern

If you write down those measurements or can pull up this handy guide, you’ll have all the information you need to swap out your Tundra’s wheels. If you can’t find the specs or access this guide, don’t worry—it’s really easy to find the measurements on your Tundra all by yourself!
Grab a measuring tape (or a ruler) and choose a bolt. Measure from the outer edge of the bolt hole to the center of the opposite bolt. Since your Tundra has five lugs, you can’t measure straight across because you’ll end up between bolts. Just pick one of the nearest bolts and measure to the center.
This measurement gives you the bolt pattern diameter (the second number on the bolt pattern formula). Put the number five in front (for the number of bolts), and voila! You’ve got the Toyota Tundra bolt pattern.
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The 2014 Toyota Tundra has a 5x5.9 bolt pattern—five bolts in a 5.9-inch-diameter circle. 
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