4 X 110 Bolt Pattern Measurement and Specifications
The 4 X 110 Bolt Pattern or Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is made up of the stud count (4) and the bolt circle measurement (110), the notional circle determined by the center position of the studs.
How To Measure 4 Lug Bolt Patterns
Measure 4 lug wheel bolt patterns from center to center distance between two studs that are across the hub from each other. This measurement is your bolt pattern diameter. Learn more about wheel dimensions below.
What Vehicles Use Wheels With 4 X 110 Bolt Pattern?
The 4 X 110 bolt pattern is common to HONDA SPORT, YAMAHA, CAN-AM BOMBARDIER, SUZUKI, KAWASAKI, POLARIS, ARCTIC CAT and MAZDA vehicles. A full list of vehicle makes and models appears below.
Bolt Pattern Torque Sequence / Specifications:
4 X 110 Bolt Pattern Torque Sequence Specifications: 1, 3, 2, 4
|Stud Size||Typical Torque Range in Ft/Lbs||Minimum Thread Engagement (turns)|
|12 x 1.5 mm||70 - 80||6.5|
|12 x 1.25 mm||70 - 80||8|
|14 x 1.5 mm||85 - 90||7.5|
|14 x 1.25 mm||85 - 90||9|
|7/16 in.||70 - 80||8|
|1/2 in.||75 - 85||8|
|9/16 in.||135 - 145||8|
It is prudent to re-torque wheels after about 60 to 90 miles (100km to 150km) of driving. Learn more about lug nuts and torque.
Hub Center Bore
Hub Center Bore: Relates to the center hole in the wheel that centers the wheel on the hub of the car. Since most wheels are mass produced, they have a large center bore to accommodate several different vehicles. If this is the case, it is recommended that you use a hub ring. Hub rings are hard plastic or metal ring that fits between the wheel and the vehicle. This centers the wheel perfectly on the hub ensuring that there is no run out when the wheel is installed on to the vehicle. Without hub rings it is possible to get vibrations even if the wheel / tire assembly is perfectly balanced.
Wheel offset is the distance from the mounting surface of the wheel to the true center line of the rim. A positive offset means the mounting surface of the wheel is positioned in front of the true center line of the rim / tire assembly. This in effect brings the tire in to the fender well more. Conversely, a negative offset means the mounting surface of the wheel is behind the true center line of the rim / tire assembly. This will cause the tire to stick out away from the vehicle.
H = High - Positive Offset, typically FWD (Front Wheel Drive) +45, 40, 35 offsets
M = Medium - Neutral Offset, typically RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) +20 offset
L = Low - Zero to Negative Offset, Offset typically RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) 0 offset
Wheels, Spacers and Adapters
Wheel Bolt Pattern by Make and Model
Comparing to SUZUKI LTF400F EIGER 400 4X4 Center Bore: 0
Vehicle Make(s) with 4 X 110 Bolt Pattern:
2006-08 ARCTIC CAT 250 2X4 AUTO
2006-08 ARCTIC CAT 250 DVX
2004-08 ARCTIC CAT 400 DVX
2003-04 ARCTIC CAT 90 2 STROKE AUTO
2004-05 ARCTIC CAT 90 4 STROKE AUTO
2006-08 ARCTIC CAT 90 4 STROKE AUTO/DVX
2007-09 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER 250 DS
2008-09 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER DS450 X
2000-02 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER DS650
2002-04 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER QUEST 500
2002-03 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER QUEST 650/XT
2001-03 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER TRAXTER 500 XL
2004-05 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER TRAXTER 500 XL
2001-05 CAN-AM BOMBARDIER TRAXTER 500 XT
1983-85 HONDA SPORT ATC200X
1986-87 HONDA SPORT ATC200X
1985-87 HONDA SPORT ATC250ES BIG RED
1983 HONDA SPORT ATC250R
1984 HONDA SPORT ATC250R
1985-86 HONDA SPORT ATC250R
1985-87 HONDA SPORT ATC250SX
1982-85 HONDA SPORT ATC70
1990-91 HONDA SPORT TRX 200 FOURTRAX 200
1986-88 HONDA SPORT TRX200SX FOURTRAX
1985-87 HONDA SPORT TRX250 FOURTRAX 250
1997-09 HONDA SPORT TRX250 RECON/ES
2001-09 HONDA SPORT TRX250EX
1986-89 HONDA SPORT TRX250R
1988-89 HONDA SPORT TRX250R FOURTRAX
1987-88, 91-93 HONDA SPORT TRX250X FOURTRAX
1988-91 HONDA SPORT TRX300 FOURTRAX
1992-00 HONDA SPORT TRX300 FOURTRAX
1993-00 HONDA SPORT TRX300EX FOURTRAX
2001-09 HONDA SPORT TRX300EX SPORTRAX
1988, 1990-00 HONDA SPORT TRX300FW 4X4
1986-89 HONDA SPORT TRX350 4X4
2000-02 HONDA SPORT TRX350FM
2000-02 HONDA SPORT TRX350TE/TM RANCHER
2006-09 HONDA SPORT TRX400EX
1995-03 HONDA SPORT TRX400FW FOREMAN 4X4
1986-87 HONDA SPORT TRX70 FOURTRAX
1987-88 KAWASAKI KLF110A MOJAVE 110
2003-06 KAWASAKI KSF400A/KFX400
2003-06 KAWASAKI KSF400A/KVF400 PRAIRIE
2008-09 KAWASAKI KSF450B/KFX450R
2007-09 KAWASAKI KSF90A/KFX90
1979-85 MAZDA RX7 GS SPORT
1979-85 MAZDA RX7 GS, SPORT1
2006-07 POLARIS 500 OUTLAW
2004 POLARIS 500 PREDATOR
2005-07 POLARIS 500 PREDATOR
2005-07 POLARIS 500 PREDATOR/LE
2008-09 POLARIS 525 OUTLAW S
2007-09 POLARIS 525 OUTLAW/IRS
2002-04, 2006-07 SUZUKI LT-A400 EIGER AUTO 2X4
2002-07 SUZUKI LT-A400F EIGER AUTO 4X4
2004-09 SUZUKI LT250S QUADSPORT
2005-07 SUZUKI LTA700X KING QUAD 700 4X4
2008-09 SUZUKI LTA750X KING QUAD AXI 4X4
2002-03 SUZUKI LTF-A500F VINSON AUTO 4WD
2004-07 SUZUKI LTF-A500F VINSON AUTO 4WD
2003-09 SUZUKI LTF250 OZARK
2002-07 SUZUKI LTF400 EIGER 400 2X4
2002-07 SUZUKI LTF400F EIGER 400 4X4
2004-07 SUZUKI LTF500F VINSON 500 4X4
2007 YAMAHA 450 RHINO
2006-07 YAMAHA 660 RHINO
2008-10 YAMAHA 700 RHINO
1999-04 YAMAHA YFB250 BEAR TRACKER
1994-00 YAMAHA YFB250FW TIMBERWOLF 4X4
2007-09 YAMAHA YFM250 BIG BEAR
2005-06 YAMAHA YFM250 BRUIN
1989-91 YAMAHA YFM250 MOTO 4
1997-98 YAMAHA YFM350 2X4
2004-06 YAMAHA YFM350 BRUIN 2X4/4X4
2007-09 YAMAHA YFM350 GRIZZLY AUTO 2/4X4
1989-95 YAMAHA YFM350ER
1987-02 YAMAHA YFM350FW 4WD
1995-01 YAMAHA YFM350FX WOLVERINE
2002-05 YAMAHA YFM350FX WOLVERINE
2000-07 YAMAHA YFM400 BIG BEAR
2007-08 YAMAHA YFM400 GRIZZLY AUTO
2003-06 YAMAHA YFM400FA KODIAK AUTO
1993-95 YAMAHA YFM400FW KODIAK
1996-02 YAMAHA YFM400FW KODIAK
2007-09 YAMAHA YFM450 GRIZZLY AUTO
2003-06 YAMAHA YFM450FA KODIAK AUTO
1998-01 YAMAHA YFM600 GRIZZLY
2002-07 YAMAHA YFM660 GRIZZLY
Additional Wheel / Measurement Information
Key Identifying Wheel Dimensions: Wheel Bolt or Lug Pattern (or bolt circle, lug circle, lug pattern, etc.) is the measured diameter of an imaginary circle formed by the centers of the wheel lugs or bolt holes. Bolt patterns can be 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 10 lug holes. A bolt circle of 5 x 4.5 would indicate a 5 lug bolt pattern on a circle with a diameter of 4.5 inches.
There are four important measurements that are used to categorize and identify a wheel for fitment purposes.
- Rim Diameter The actual diameter of the wheel at the point where the tire bead seats (NOT the outer lip of the rim).
- Rim Width Measure from the inside of the outer lip at the bead seating point to the inner lip.
- Back Spacing From the inside of the wheel at the point where it contacts the hub, brake drum or axle flange to the inside edge (lip) of the wheel.
- Bolt Pattern The measured diameter of an imaginary circle formed by the centers of the wheel lugs or bolt holes.
How To Measure Wheel Bolt Pattern
If there is an EVEN number of lugs: Measure center-to-center on lugs directly across from each other.
If there is an ODD number of lugs: Measure from the CENTER of one lug to the OUTER EDGE of the hole diagonally across from it.
Lug Nut Types
Common Bolt Pattern Conversions
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