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What Wheels Fit the Mahindra Roxor?

Bolt pattern and wheel size.

Verne SimonsAuthor, Photography

Recently we bumped into a post online where the author was concerned about the strange or rare wheel bolt pattern of the Mahindra Roxor. Truth is, this is one of the longest running and most common wheel bolt patterns in the off-road world. In fact, it's the same bolt pattern that can be found on the very first mass-produced 4x4s, WWII Ford and Willys jeeps (not to mention the prototypes), vehicles developed in and around the late 1930s. Now it could be an odd bolt pattern in the side-by-side world, but that's kind of a case of the tail wagging the dog since this bolt pattern precedes the entire segment of side-by-sides and powersports. Anyways, here is the info you need if this is a question you've had.

What Is the Bolt Pattern of the Mahindra Roxor?

The bolt pattern is traditionally known as 5 on 5.5 or 5 x 139.70mm if you care to be all metric on us.

What's the Backspacing of the Mahindra Roxor?

The backspacing on the factory wheels is right at 4 inches.

What Is the Wheel Center Bore of the Mahindra Roxor?

Not all wheels have the same center bore. That's the hole in the center of the wheel that the hub usually passes through. The center bore for a Roxor should be 4.25-inch or 108mm. Wheels with smaller center bores may fit the rear axle, but they won't fit the front.

What Is the Lug Nut/Wheel Stud Size of the Mahindra Roxor?

Our Roxor has -20-inch wheel studs.

FourWheeler.com Verified Fitment on our Mahindra Roxor:

The factory wheels from our Roxor are 16-inch wheels with about 3.75 inches of back spacing. We have also verified fitment of an Aluminum Weld 15x8 with 3.75 inches of back spacing on our Roxor, and we are pretty sure most other 15-inch wheels except any with dished in smallish centers (like older Kelsey Hayes) could hit the brakes.

17-inch wheels or larger (yuck!) should fit just fine as long as they have the proper bolt pattern, center bore, and backspacing/offset.