The 2021 Toyota Tacoma wheel bolt pattern is 6x5.5 or 6 on 5.5, which means each wheel has six bolts forming a 5.5-inch circle.
If you’re the proud owner of a new Toyota Tacoma, you know how reliable it is. This tough-as-nails truck promises durability and it delivers. Most of the Tacoma lineup has wheels made of aluminum (unless you upgrade or go with the Tacoma SR5). If you want to swap out the wheels for stronger alloy material, you need the bolt pattern and wheel measurements.
2021 Toyota Tacoma bolt pattern
Your 2021 Toyota Tacoma’s bolt pattern is 6x5.5, or 6 on 5.5. If you’re scratching your head about what that means, think of it as this formula:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
Using this formula, the Toyota Tacoma has six bolts arranged in a circle that has a 5.5-inch diameter. While this is simple enough, you also need a few more measurements if you’re going to replace the Tacoma’s wheels—note the stud size, wheel offset, center bore measurement, and torque specifications:
Although most of these measurements are the same for the third generation of Tacomas, the offset number is slightly different from year-to-year.
How to measure your Toyota Tacoma’s bolt pattern
You should be all set with those measurements, but if you’ve lost your notes or you just want to double-check, measure the Toyota Tacoma’s bolt pattern for yourself. Trust us—it’s super simple!
Take a measuring tape and pick any bolt. Measure from the outer edge of the lug hole to the center of the opposite bolt. This measurement gives you the diameter of the circle. Place the number of bolts before that measurement to get the bolt pattern of 6x5.5. That’s it!
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