Dodge Lug Pattern Guide

Looking for Dodge lug pattern specs? We’ve got you covered.
Written by Melissa Harvey
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
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Most Dodge vehicles have a lug pattern of 5x5 or 5x4.52. However, you’ll need the exact measurements of your Dodge’s wheels if you want to swap your rims for a new set. 
Dodge excels in making both workhorse trucks and kickin’ muscle cars. But when your truck’s wheels have seen better days at the job site, or you want to upgrade to some killer rims for your sports car, it's time to check your vehicle’s lug pattern. 
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Why you should know your Dodge’s lug pattern

A vehicle’s lug pattern, or bolt pattern, refers to the number and spacing of the lug holes in your Dodge’s wheels. Two critical numbers are referenced in your bolt pattern: the first refers to the number of bolts or lugs, and the second refers to the imaginary circle formed by those holes. 
Essentially, a 5x4.52 lug pattern means the wheel has five bolts arranged in a 4.52mm circle. 
If you want to swap out your wheels because they’re wearing out or simply because you want something different—you’ll need to know your Dodge’s bolt pattern to buy the correct wheel.  

Dodge lug pattern guide

The table below shows the wheel specs for the most popular Dodge models and includes wheel size, lug pattern, offset, and hub/center bore measurements. Find your Dodge on the table to deduce the kind of wheels you’ll need if you want to get new rims.
Model
OEM wheel size
Lug pattern (inches)
Offset
Stud size
Hub/center bore
2006-2010 Dodge Charger
17"-22"
5x4.5"
M
14x1.5
71.5
2011-2014 Dodge Charger
19"-24"
5x4.5"
M
14x1.5
71.5
2015-2018 Dodge Charger
18"-22"
5x4.52"
M
14x1.5
71.5
2021-2022
Dodge Charger
17"-20"
5x4.52"
M
14x1.5
71.5
1999-2003 Dodge Durango
15"-22"
6x4.5"
M
12x1.25
71.5
2004-2009 Dodge Durango
17"-22"
5x5.5"
M
14x1.5
77.8
2010-2015 Dodge Durango
18"-22"
5x5"
H
14x2
71.6
2016-2020 Dodge Durango
18"-22"
5x5.5"
H
14x1.5
71.6
2021-2022
Dodge Durango
18"-20"
5x5.5"
H
14x1.5
71.6
2008-2020 Dodge Challenger
17"-22"
5x4.52"
M
14x1.5
71.5
18"-20"
5x4.52"
M
14x1.5
71.6
2009-2015 Dodge Journey
17"-22"
5x5"
H
14x2
71.6
2016-2017 Dodge Journey
17"-22"
5x5"
H
14x2
71.6
2018-2019
Dodge Journey
17"-20"
5x5"
H
14x2
71.6
1999-2007
Dodge Caravan
14"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
71.5
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Lug pattern terminology 101 

If this is your first time wading into the rim market, you might feel slightly overwhelmed by the table. Before you fret—those numbers are actually relatively straightforward after you learn the meaning of a few essential terms.
OEM wheel size: Refers to the diameter of your Dodge’s factory wheels—OEM stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer.” You’ll need to match the correct size to install new rims. 
Lug pattern: Commonly called the bolt pattern, this number refers to the number of lug holes followed by the diameter of the circle they make. Knowing this pattern will help you find rims that match your Dodge. 
Offset: A wheel’s offset is the distance between the mounting surface and the rim's center. A positive offset tells you the wheels are pulled towards the car; a negative offset means they’ll stick out. Most Dodge OEM wheels have a high (+35-40) or medium (+20) offset.  
Stud size: Stud sizes are written in a couple of different ways. US fasteners are stated as stud diameter x threads per inch (example: 1/2x20), whereas metric fasteners are expressed as stud diameter x distance between threads (example: 12x1.25). 
Center bore: The center bore of a wheel is the hole that centers the wheel on the hub. Knowing this measurement is essential because that opening can vary in size. 

How to measure your Dodge’s lug pattern

Don’t worry if you don’t see your Dodge on the table! Measuring your own bolt pattern with a ruler or measuring tape is easy
Begin by counting the lugs. Just about every Dodge has five. Next, you’ll need to find the diameter of the bolt pattern. 
Begin at the outer edge of any lug hole and measure straight across the circle. On a five-bolt pattern, you won’t hit any bolt holes, so adjust your ruler or tape measure to the nearest lug on either side and measure to the center of that lug hole. Way to go—you’ve found your diameter! 
If you measure a diameter of 4.5 inches, this tells you that your Dodge’s bolt hole pattern is 5x4.5 or 5 on 4.5
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FAQs

Yes! A 5x114.3mm metric lug pattern is not the same as a 5x4.5 inches. If you need to convert a 5x5 bolt pattern, that would be 5x127mm.
Nope! Jeep and Dodge use different wheel specifications, including lug patterns, so you can’t easily swap between the two makes.
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