2015 F-150 Bolt Pattern

Everything you need to know about the 2015 F-150 bolt pattern, plus steps for measuring it yourself.
Written by Sarah Gray
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
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Whether you’ve got a base XL or the top-of-the-line Platinum, the 2015 Ford F-150 has a 6x5.3 lug pattern.
Bolt patterns aren’t something most of us think much about, but if you’re looking to upgrade to a bigger set of wheels or a fresh set of rims for your F-150, you need to know yours. Let’s make it easy for you, shall we?
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2015 F-150 bolt pattern

The 2015 F-150 came in a lot of different trims, but each one featured the same bolt pattern—6x5.3. 
If you’re like the rest of us, you’re probably wondering what, exactly, that means. Let’s break it down for you.
No matter what you’re driving, your vehicle has a specific pattern for how the lugs, or bolts, are situated in its wheels. This is called the lug or bolt pattern, and it’s expressed as
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
A 6x5.3 pattern, like the one for the 2015 F-150, means your wheels are affixed to your truck with 6 bolts situated in a 5.3-inch diameter circle.
Pretty simple, right? Well if you’re looking to up-size your tires or swap out your rims, you still need a few more specs, including your stud size, offset measure, center bore measure, and torque specs. We said we’d make things easy for you, so here you go:
  • Factory wheel size: 17”
  • Stud size: 14x1.5 (14mm stud with 1.5mm thread spacing)
  • Offset: -44 to 44 mm
  • Center bore: 87.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 204 Nm or 150 pound-feet
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How to measure your 2015 F-150’s bolt pattern

If you want to double-check our figures, or you’ve got another vehicle you need the bolt pattern for, measuring for yourself is simple—just grab a tape measure or a ruler, and let’s get to it!
Choose any bolt to start with and measure from the center of that bolt to the center of the bolt directly across from it. This measurement is the diameter of the circle formed by the bolts in your wheel. For your F-150, you’ll see that measure is 5.3 inches, and you’ve got 6 bolts—hence your 6x5.3 lug pattern.

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