What is the Bolt Pattern on Jeep Renegade Wheels?

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  1. wayoflife

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    So, when I was at SEMA and looking at the two Jeep Renegades they had on display, I was trying to get an idea of what the bolt pattern was on their wheels so that I could start looking into aftermarket options. And, at first look, I had assumed they had an old school 5x4.5 bolt pattern but, looking at them a bit closer, I wasn't 100% sure. Needless to say, there isn't a whole lot of information on Jeep's end and so, I started looking into the Renegades cousin, the Fiat 500L. Now, it'd be hard to say for sure if the Renegade would share the same wheels but if it does, that'll really suck as I have found that the 500L runs a 5x98 bolt pattern and there are very few options available for it or, at least, as of now.

    Ideally, I would love to see if I could get a set of 16" aftermarket wheels as there are a lot more tire choices available in that size. I'm not sure if a 15" wheel will clear the brake calipers but if they do, there are even more tire options available for it.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. MR.Ty

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    For my JK i was considering 15s because of the savings. I would start to consider it again for my BU if the savings are worth it.
     
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    For a JK, 15's are bit small especially if you plan on running bigger tires. On a Renegade that's only pushing 27-28" tires, 17's are way more than are needed and 15's should be a great size ASSUMING the brake calipers will clear. However, at this size, there still are a lot of choices in a 16".
     
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    Lol Just to clarify Im no longer looking at 15s for my JK. I will keep my fingers crossed for my BU.
     
  5. TrailHawk

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    The Renegade bolt pattern is 110mm (4.33 inch)

    The Renegade wheel sizes are (from the European owners manual):
    6.5J x 16 ET40
    6.5J x 17 ET40 (*)
    7J x 17 ET40
    7J x 18 ET40
    Trailhawk (*)

    Here is an aftermarket example from MAK wheels:
    7.0x16 et41 5x110 cb 65.1
    http://www.makwheels.it/eng/MPN006575.asp
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    Thank you so much for posting this up TrailHawk!! That really helps to clear things up and helps us to know what we'll need to look for. You rock!!
     
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    this might be a dumb question and apologies if it's already been answered (i didn't see it)

    but i'm looking to get a cheap spare to throw another all terrain on. i get that the rene bolt pattern is 5x110 but what is the width?
     
  8. Caine

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    It depends on wheel size. 16",17" or 18" ?As TrialHawk stated above.

    6.5" x 16" ET40
    6.5" x 17" ET40 (*)
    7" x 17" ET40
    7" x 18" ET40
    Trailhawk (*)

    Legend
    Width " x Diameter"
    Offset = ET
    Also the the Center Bore (cb) = 65.1
    Bolt pattern = 5 x 110mm

    Know equvilents,
    Chevy HHR, Dodge Dart,
    Any GM delta platform car- (cobalt/ ion/hhr ) should be 5 x 110. ( verify offset first.)
    Any Saab wheel from 1994 and up is 5 x 110mm (verify offset first)
     
  9. alan huddleston

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    lol, thanks.

    I needed the legend. i'm a noob to car mods
     

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