2019 Ford F-250 Bolt Pattern

Jerry has everything you need to know about your 2019 Ford F-250’s lug pattern, including stud size and offset information.
Written by Jacqulyn Graber
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
A 2019
Ford F-250
bolt pattern is 8x6.7 or 8 on 6.7, meaning each wheel has eight bolts forming a circle six point seven inches in diameter. 
One of the best parts of owning a Ford pickup truck is its extreme versatility, and the 2019 F-250 is one of the biggest, baddest options out there. But if you want even more rough-and-tumble wheels, you’ll need to understand your truck’s bolt pattern so you can perform the modification. 
Read on to learn everything you need to know—such as your vehicle’s lug pattern, stud size, and offset—as well as a quick guide for how to measure the bolt pattern yourself. 
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2019 Ford F-250 bolt pattern

The bolt pattern for a 2019 Ford F-250 is shockingly large, measuring 8x6.7 or 8 on 6.7. But unless you already have quite a bit of car knowledge, those numbers might be a bit confusing. Here’s what they stand for:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
An 8x6.7 lug pattern means that your truck's wheels have a whopping eight lugs each, set in a circle six point seven inches in diameter. But that’s not the only measurement you’ll need to successfully change out your wheels. 
Here are additional specifications you’ll have to keep in mind:
  • Factory wheel size: 17”, 18”, or 20” 
  • Stud size: M14 x 1.5 
  • Offset: 34 mm
  • Center bore: 124.9 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 224 Nm

How to measure your Jeep Wrangler’s bolt pattern

The information above should be everything you need to know, but there might be a circumstance where you need to measure your vehicle’s lug pattern all by yourself. Fortunately, it’s quite simple! 
Just go get your measuring tape (or twelve-inch ruler). Choose any bolt and measure from the center of the lug hole to the center of the opposite bolt. Because the F-250 has eight bolts, you can measure to the bolt that’s straight across. 
That measurement is your diameter—it’s that simple! Count the number of bolts and you have your bolt pattern. 
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The bolt pattern on a 2019 F-250 is 8x6.7—eight bolts in a six-point, seven-inch-diameter circle.
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