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08-01-2013 09:47 AM
dyn085 No, there are no Ford chrome wheel covers that I am aware of.
08-01-2013 09:35 AM
ptown
wheel covers

2012 Focus----mine came stock with standard wheel covers...did ford make chrome wheel covers?
06-09-2013 04:12 AM
TooFastToFocus Cool! Thanks guys! You're all so very awesome. I love the patience you guys have with me, haha. I'll get a set of 15 steelies with Blizzaks and have the dealership install them then. Thank you very much again!
06-08-2013 07:37 PM
1slofofo
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Originally Posted by TooFastToFocus View Post
This is my first car, so I'm really nervous about a lot of things. Ford won't attack me for doing that?
Nah, it's like if you replace a tire at some tire shop instead of the dealership.
06-08-2013 07:24 PM
dyn085 I would say to get a set of 15/16" steelies with a set of Blizzaks as your dedicate winter wheels. Don't add TPMS if you want to keep your budget down-all you'll get is a message and maybe a light. When the temperature settles at around 50 (whatever that is in celsius), then swap them in and run them until temps settle around there on the way back up. You will be safer year-round than if you just had one set of all-seasons.
06-08-2013 06:59 PM
|Heath_Bar| Well say you order from belle tire or discount tire, they'll mount them for free or just add it in with the cost of what you bought. From my experiences if you purchase there items they'll do maintaince and things like that for free or at a discounted price.
06-08-2013 06:47 PM
TooFastToFocus
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You could have most shops install them, once the wheel is on the tire and mounted, you could even do it yourself.
This is my first car, so I'm really nervous about a lot of things. Ford won't attack me for doing that?
06-08-2013 06:41 PM
1slofofo You could have most shops install them, once the wheel is on the tire and mounted, you could even do it yourself.
06-08-2013 06:18 PM
TooFastToFocus
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I have a 2011 ses and the wheels are 17s and the tires are thin, like yours. They were actually really good in the snow. But what I would suggest for you is to get cheap steelie wheels and some good winter tires and KEEP your current setup for the summer/spring/fall season.
That's the route I'm considering. because 18 inch wheels would utterly kill my wallet. But the steelies are around $50 for the wheels(So $200) and the tires are around $400 for a good set. So I'd be looking at around $600 for just winter gear. I'm going to assume that the Ford dealership would have to install them though? :S That's probably not cheap, huh?
06-08-2013 06:09 PM
|Heath_Bar| I have a 2011 ses and the wheels are 17s and the tires are thin, like yours. They were actually really good in the snow. But what I would suggest for you is to get cheap steelie wheels and some good winter tires and KEEP your current setup for the summer/spring/fall season.
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