Toyota Tundra Bolt Pattern From 1999 To Present Models

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The Toyota Tundra, a widely used pickup truck, has earned a reputation for its ruggedness, reliability, and impressive performance. This popularity is distributed to the brand’s attention to details, even a small specification like lug pattern. Let’s explore the bolt pattern on Toyota Tundras and see how it makes the difference.

What Is The Toyota Tundra Lug Pattern?

Throughout their history, Tundra wheels have witnessed two distinct bolt patterns: 6×139.7 (6×5.5) and 5×150 ( 5×5.91). The first figure represents the number of lug nuts (5 or 6), while the second indicates the diameter of the lug circle, which is either 139.7 mm (5.5 in) or 150 mm (5.91 in).

6x5.5 Wheel Bolt Pattern
6×5.5 Wheel Bolt Pattern

The latest model, also known as XK70, hit the market in 2022 with 6×139.7 wheels, similar to the first generation, the XK30 and XK40. 

The second generation and its facelift version, the XK50, were launched in 2007, with the lug pattern converting from 6×139.7 to 5×150. The stud count is reduced to 5 while the imaginary circle formed by the lugs increases from 139.7 mm to 150 mm.

5x150 bolt pattern
5×150 bolt pattern

Refer to the table below for a quick rundown of bolt patterns through three Toyota Tundra gens:

EditionManufacturing YearBolt Pattern
Gen I (XK30 and XK40)1999 – 20066×139.7
Gen II (XK50)2007 – 20095×150
Gen II Facelift (XK50)2010 – 20225×150
Gen III (XK70)2022 – 20246×139.7

Key Tundra Wheel Specs For Proper Fitment

After years of working in the automotive industry at Stockton Wheel, we recognized that wheel custom or modification involves several factors to balance aesthetics and performance. Check the factory specs of Tundra wheels below before replacing or customizing them.

Gen I (XK30/XK40) 1999 – 2006

  • Center hub: 106.1 mm
  • Thread size: M12 x 1.5
  • Wheel fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Torque spec: 110 Nm
  • Rim & tire dimensions:
Engine ChoicesOE Tire SizesOE Rim Sizes
5VZ-FE V6 and 1GR-FE V6245/70R167Jx16 ET15
2UZ-FE V8265/70R167Jx16 ET15

Gen II (XK50) 2007 – 2009

  • Center hub bore: 110.1 mm
  • Thread size: M14 x 1.5
  • Wheel fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Torque spec: 131 Nm
  • Rim & tire dimensions:
Engine ChoicesOE Tire SizesOE Rim Sizes
4.0 L 1GR-FE V6, 2UZ-FE V8, and 5.7 L 3UR-FE V8255/70R188Jx18 ET60

Gen II Facelift (XK50) 2010 – 2022

  • Center bore measurement: 110.1 mm
  • Thread size: M14 x 1.5
  • Wheel fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Torque spec: 131 Nm
  • Rim & tire dimensions:
Production YearEngine ChoicesOE Tire SizesOE Rim Sizes
2010 – 20134.0 L 1GR-FE, V6,4.6 L 1UR-FE V, and 5.7 L 3UR-FE V8255/70R188Jx18 ET60
2014 – 20221GR-FE V6, 1GR-FE V8, and 5.7 L 3UR-FE V8

Gen III (XK70) 2022 – 2024

  • Center bore measurement: 95 mm
  • Thread size: M14 x 1.5
  • Wheel fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Torque spec: 131 Nm
  • Rim & tire dimensions:
Engine ChoicesOE Tire SizeOE Rim Sizes
3.5 L V35A-FTS V6285/65R18 and 265/60R208Jx18 ET60 and 8Jx20 ET60


Which Cars Have A 5×150 Bolt Pattern?

This 5-bolt wheel pattern is not a quite popular choice of vehicle manufacturers. There are only some production lines of FAW Toyota, Lexus, and Toyota that come with it.

What Vehicles Are 6×139.7?

This lug design is no stranger to automotive enthusiasts. You may be surprised by its extensive list of compatible vehicles, such as Acura, Cadillac, Chery, Chevrolet, Ford, and many more.


As a vehicle that oozes power and versatility, it is no surprise that Tundra owners often want to enhance its appearance and performance with aftermarket wheels. Take the time to ensure that even the smallest detail, such as the Toyota Tundra wheel bolt pattern, is given the attention it deserves. 

Using the wrong wheels can result in irreparable damage or even devastating accidents. With a seamless fit, you can truly appreciate the unwavering reliability and exceptional performance this pickup truck offers.

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Douglas Mercer

Douglas Mercer

Automotive Service Manager

Douglas Mercer is an automotive service manager with 12-year experience at Stockton Wheel Service, Douglas excels in addressing intricate tire and wheel concerns as plating wheels, straightening bent wheels, widening stock wheels, and precisely correcting offset and back-spacing…

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