Nissan Titan Bolt Pattern

The Nissan Titan bolt pattern is 6x5.5. Click here for more measurements to help you change your tires.
Written by Brittni Brinn
Reviewed by Hillary Kobayashi
A Nissan Titan has a bolt pattern of 6x5.5. This means that each wheel has six bolts arranged in a circle with a 5.5-inch diameter.
With its best-in-class warranty and comfortable cabin, the Nissan Titan is a truck with decent standard features. However, if you’re looking to upgrade your Titan’s off-road experience or just want to pop on a set of snow tires for the winter, you’ll need to know your Titan’s bolt pattern. 
To help speed the process along, here’s a guide to your Titan’s bolt pattern—and a few other measurements you’ll need to know before picking up your new set of wheels.

Nissan Titan bolt pattern

If you’re looking for your
Nissan lug pattern
(another way to say “bolt pattern”), here are the goods! The Nissan Titan’s bolt pattern is 6x5.5 or 6 on 5.5. This pattern tells you the following information:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
A 6x5.5 lug pattern means that each of your Titan’s wheels has six bolts arranged in a circle with a diameter of 5.5 inches. 
Before you head off to get your new wheels, you’ll also need to know the following measurements: 
  • Factory wheel size: 18 or 20 inches (depending on the trim)
  • Stud size: M12 x 1.25
  • Offset: -25 to 40 mm 
  • Center bore: 77.8 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 133 Nm
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How to measure your Nissan Titan’s bolt pattern

Now that you know the necessary measurements for changing out your wheels, you should be good to go! However, if you want to make extra sure that you have the right bolt pattern, you can check your Titan’s owner’s manual or measure the bolt pattern for yourself! 
Figuring out your vehicle’s bolt pattern is simple: grab a measuring tape or a ruler and head over to one of your Titan’s wheels. Measure from the center of one bolt to the center of the bolt directly across from it. This will give you the circle’s diameter, the second number in your bolt pattern!
Count the total number of bolts in one wheel, and you’ll have the first number in your bolt pattern. All done!
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The bolt pattern for a Nissan Titan is 6x5.5—six bolts in a 5.5-inch-diameter circle.
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