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09-27-2012 11:46 AM
Shade-010 Nm , ;)
05-20-2012 12:56 AM
Sonic_HedgeHog
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This might be a slight necrobump, but on the subject of the stock wheels (specifically, the painted/machined 17 inch ones),, does anyone know, given the 5x108 (?) bolt pattern, what is the thread sizing needed for locking wheel lugs? I'd like to get a set to keep those rims on there, not just for looks but to prevent them from getting nicked by some hoodie.
12 x 1.5 Acorn (60 degree) lugs
05-20-2012 12:56 AM
Joeywhat Indeed...this thread is rather pointless given what else is already out there.

A thread like that should probably be stickied anyways (if it isn't already).

ETA - it is listed in the 'General Info' sticky. But this wouldn't be the internet if people actually looked around a bit before askin ;)
05-20-2012 12:54 AM
Sonic_HedgeHog Good info is still good info ;)
05-20-2012 12:49 AM
Joeywhat
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Come on guys and gals... Use the search function. There's a couple of good threads with all the info you're asking.
It was originally posted a year ago...
05-20-2012 12:48 AM
Sonic_HedgeHog http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...l%2FTire+Guide
05-20-2012 12:39 AM
Sonic_HedgeHog Come on guys and gals... Use the search function. There's a couple of good threads with all the info you're asking.
05-19-2012 10:39 PM
RedComet This might be a slight necrobump, but on the subject of the stock wheels (specifically, the painted/machined 17 inch ones),, does anyone know, given the 5x108 (?) bolt pattern, what is the thread sizing needed for locking wheel lugs? I'd like to get a set to keep those rims on there, not just for looks but to prevent them from getting nicked by some hoodie.
08-01-2011 09:23 AM
28HopUp Joey,

I was also concerned about fitment issues because I wasn't 100% sure the Volvo XC90 wheels would fit my car. Fortuneately, the stars aligned for me in that I had to go to Ohio in May for a Mustang track rental, and Thompson Raceway was within an hour distance from Blackburn Wheels, in Macedonia, OH. I called ahead and spoke with Becky, who was VERY helpful. We scheduled for me to drive out in my Focus (yes, I took my Focus to a Mustang event!). Once at Blackburn, they allowed me to test fit the wheels I had pre-selected from their inventory. I had picked out 5 wheels to choose from, and went with the first one they pulled from inventory.

Long-story-short, I needed to ensure that not only the offset was correct for the Volvo wheels, but I needed to make sure that the center bore of the Volvo wheel was large enough to go over the Focus wheel hub. I wanted something different in terms of wheel design, and the 6-spoke pattern has really grown on me.
08-01-2011 05:06 AM
Joeywhat Does anyone know the acceptable range of offset a different wheel can have? I'd like to find out before buying wheels and finding they don't fit...I'm looking for real cheap so I don't have the luxury of getting exactly what I want.
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