Dodge Charger Bolt Pattern

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The bolt pattern for a Dodge Charger is the same for all Chargers manufactured from 2005 to this day. The specs vary for generations prior to these years. Here, the team at Brady Kilmury CDJR covers the Dodge Charger lug pattern and other specifications regarding the lug/bolts, bore hubs, and more. Explore the details regarding your Birmingham ride and get a better understanding of your vehicle



Bolt Pattern For A Dodge Charger

When exploring the lug pattern for a Dodge Charger, keep these factors in mind:

  • The Dodge Charger bolt pattern for the years 1966-1978 is 5×4.5″ (5×114.3mm).
  • Model years 1982-1987 have a Dodge Charger lug pattern of 4×3.94″ (4x100mm).
  • Lastly, the Dodge Charger bolt pattern for the model years 2005 to present are 5×4.53″ (5x115mm).

Lug Pattern for a Dodge Charger: Center Bore & Lug Nuts

While the Dodge Charger lug pattern is of importance, there’s more information that will help Hoover and Tuscaloosa drivers get a firm grip on their vehicles. Check out the details below:

Model Years 1966-1978 

During these model years the bolt pattern for a Dodge Charger is 5×4.5″ (5×114.3mm) and the center bore is 71.6 mm, and there are five lug nuts with 1/2″ – 20 UNF thread size.

Model Years 1982-1987

The Dodge Charger bolt pattern here is 4×3.94″ (4x100mm). Then the center bore is 57.1 mm with four lug nuts with a thread size of M12 x 1.5 and should be tightened with 95 lb-ft (129 Nm).

Model Years 2005-Present

The center bore and long nut size are 71.6 mm and five lug nuts, respectively. The thread size is M14 x 1.5 and they need to be tightened with 130 lb-ft (176 Nm). The bolt pattern for a Dodge Charger from these model years is 5×4.53″ (5x115mm).

Dodge Charger Bolt Pattern: Tightening Your Bolts

Depending on the number of lug nuts and the factors discussed above, the pattern of tightening the bolts on your Dodge Charger will vary. Tuscaloosa drivers that have a Charger with five bolts should tighten them in a star shape. The first round you tighten them only do it half way, then go back in the same pattern and tighten them all the way. If you only have four nuts, state on one side then go directly across, then one over to the left, and finish by crossing over to the last one. 

Visit the Brady Kilmury CDJR Service Team! 

If you have any questions about tightening your Dodge Charger lug pattern, you can contact the service department at Brady Kilmury CDJR. Our team can help you with any questions regarding your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram vehicle. Stop by for a visit in Bessemer if you need help or are looking for routine tire maintenance like an alignment or rotation


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