All Chevy Truck Bolt Pattern Chart with Name and Model Year

A sufficient understanding of wheel bolt patterns is necessary if you want to replace the wheels on your vehicle with another set of wheels.

Chevy trucks have different wheel lug patterns and designs, but most wheels come in 6-lug patterns.

In this article, I have created a Chevy truck bolt pattern chart to help you understand the bolt pattern of Chevrolet vehicles.

What is a Bolt Pattern?

A bolt pattern, also called a lug pattern, is the number of holes and the measurement of the holes located in the center of a vehicle’s wheels.

Two unique numbers represent a vehicle’s bolt pattern.

For example, the Chevy Silverado 1500 bolt pattern is 6×139.7 mm or 6×5.5”.

Here the first number, 6, indicates that the Chevy Silverado 1500 has a 6 lug pattern and the second number, 139.7 mm or 5.5”, specifies the circle’s diameter around the holes.

Why is Wheel Bolt Patterns Different on Different Vehicles?

The size of wheel bolt patterns depends on the size of the vehicle.

Fewer lug holes are required on small trucks, and more lug holes are required on large trucks.

Usually, small cars use four-lug patterns, while more-large SUVs, pickup trucks, and transport vehicles use six or more lug patterns.

How to Find Your Wheel Bolt Pattern?

Finding the bolt pattern of the wheels is straightforward.

Some bolt patterns are measured in millimeters, and some are measured in inches.

For accurate results, you must measure the circle of a wheel’s hole with a proper instrument.

If the number is even, measure the distance between the center of one lug and the opposite.

In the case of an odd number, calculate the distance between the outer edge of one lug and the center of the opposite lug.

Watch this video to learn how to measure bolt patterns:

Chevy Truck Bolt Pattern Chart

Several bolt patterns are available for Chevy trucks, including 5, 6, and 8.

Among them, the six-lug pattern is the most common in Chevy trucks.

The chart shows that most Chevy truck wheels were six-lug patterns after the 2000 model year.

You will find the chart useful if you want to change the wheels on your Chevy trucks.

A correct bolt pattern can assure a great deal of safety and security.

Chevy early manufactured trucks are different in bolt pattern, but more recent trucks maintain bolt patterns that are almost the same.

These truck wheels are interchangeable too.

Below are the bolt patterns based on different model years of Chevy trucks.

Name and Model Model Year Bolt Pattern
Chevy Blazer (2WD)  1971-1991 5×5″
Chevy Suburban (2WD) 1971-1991 5×5″
Chevy Blazer (4WD) 1971-1991 6×5.5″
Chevy Suburban (4WD) 1971-1991 6×5.5″
Chevy Blazer (2WD) 2000-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Suburban (2WD) 2000-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Blazer (4WD) 1992-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Suburban (4WD) 1992-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy 2500 (SRW) All 8×6.5″
Chevy 3500 (SRW) All 8×6.5″
Chevy Avalanche 2002-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Avalanche 2500 (4WD) 2002-2008 8×6.5″
Chevy Avalanche 1500 2002-2006 6×5.5″
Chevy C1500 Truck (2WD) 1988-1998 5×5″
Chevy C2500 Truck (2WD) 1988-2000 6×5.5″
Chevy C2500 Truck HD (2WD) 1988-2000 8×6.5″
Chevy C3500 Truck (2WD) 1988-2000 8×6.5″
Chevy Canyon 2004-2008 6×5.5″
Chevy CK2500 Truck 1988-2008 8×6.5″
Chevy CK3500 Truck 1988-2008 8×6.5″
Chevy Canyon 2004-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Colorado 2004-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy K1500 (4WD) 1988-1998 6×5.5″
Chevy K2500 (4WD) 1988-2000 6×5.5″
Chevy K2500 (4WD, 8 Lug) 1988-2000 8×6.5″
Chevy K3500 (4WD) 1988-2000 8×6.5″
Chevy Suburban 1500 HD 2000-2008 6×5.5″
Chevy Suburban K2500 (4WD) 1988-1999 8×6.5″
Chevy Tahoe (2WD)    2000-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Tahoe (2WD) 1992-1999 5×5″
Chevy Silverado 1500 2000-Newer 6×5.5″
Chevy Silverado 2500 2007-Newer 8×6.5″
Chevy Silverado 3500 2011-Newer 8×6.5″

Final Thoughts

To ensure that the wheel will fit your vehicle, you must first determine the bolt pattern for the wheel that you want to replace; Otherwise, the wheel will not fit.

Therefore, before replacing the wheel, ensure the measurement is correct.

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