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11-29-2006 11:01 AM
SuperFlea Thanks guys!
11-29-2006 04:50 AM
ozan 4 stud peugeots are 108 also....
11-28-2006 10:50 PM
CRA15 the american focii are 4 stud? wow

mines a 5 stud, which makes things harder again :(
11-28-2006 07:18 PM
QQQQ Yea,I learned that fast.You can take the front studs and put them in the rear for more length and Advance auto has 1/4" longer 12x1.5 studs for the front.Some rims hubs are too thick to just bolt on so be careful and make SURE you catch at least 8 threads.Not too cool to watch your own wheels passing you.....
11-28-2006 06:12 PM
Fobus Best to stick with Ford product wheels. The center bores on most of the non-Fords don't match. I have some Contours that bolt right up but even with these there is a slight difference, the wheel is a little thicker so the studs only engage about 5 turns vs 7-8. Solution for that is longer studs.
11-28-2006 12:27 PM
WD40 See here:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=74824
Here:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...threadid=21816
And here:
http://www.discountedwheelwarehouse...._Reference.cfm
^^^Look for 4X108 with 63.3mm centerbore
11-28-2006 12:23 PM
jerzefigga a lot of VWs also.
11-28-2006 12:17 PM
polar Ford Tempo

My old 15" mags from my 84 tempo bolted right up to my '05 Focus. That was until I got my SVT rims.
11-27-2006 07:04 PM
phord_phocus86
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Originally Posted by wickedlyeconomicalspi View Post
Audi has a few cars that have the 4x108. The Contour also has the 108 pattern.
you hear something?
11-27-2006 05:43 PM
Silas are you sure about the volvo 850 series?? most older volvos are an offset 5 bolt pattern...not a 4 bolt.
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