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Old 10-12-2008, 10:24 AM   #1
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I need the lug pattern for the SVT

i found out pretty quickly that civics and focus' dont use the same size axles


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Old 10-12-2008, 10:27 AM   #2
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Old 10-12-2008, 10:59 AM   #3
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like all foci, 4x108
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Old 10-12-2008, 12:33 PM   #4
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Yes, Foci use the above bolt pattern with a 63.3mm Hub Center Bore
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why must they do that to us??? lol
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everything what you need is here
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...ead.php?t=2278
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you could have done a search. in here and google. this topic has been went over about a thousand times.

these are a few vehicles that share our lug pattern.

Alfa Romeo (exc. Alfetta)
Ford - Fairmont '78-'86
- Mustang 4-bolt patterns '74-'93
- T-Bird '80-'88
- Pinto '71-'80
- Fiesta '78-'85
- Escort all (RWD and FWD)
- Cortina all
- Taurus, Tempo, EXP to '89
- German-built Capri I, II, III '69-'8?
Mercury - Capri '71-'88
- Cougar '79-'88
- Merkur, Topaz, Lynx '80-'89
- Zephyr '78-'86
Plymouth Cricket
Porsche - 924 '77-'84
Sunbeam - Tiger, Alpine '65-'70
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you could have done a search. in here and google. this topic has been went over about a thousand times.

these are a few vehicles that share our lug pattern.

Alfa Romeo (exc. Alfetta)
Ford - Fairmont '78-'86
- Mustang 4-bolt patterns '74-'93
- T-Bird '80-'88
- Pinto '71-'80
- Fiesta '78-'85
- Escort all (RWD and FWD)
- Cortina all
- Taurus, Tempo, EXP to '89
- German-built Capri I, II, III '69-'8?
Mercury - Capri '71-'88
- Cougar '79-'88
- Merkur, Topaz, Lynx '80-'89
- Zephyr '78-'86
Plymouth Cricket
Porsche - 924 '77-'84
Sunbeam - Tiger, Alpine '65-'70
A Toyota MR2 can also be added to the list. I think late 80's early 90's. I bought a set of wheels thinking they'd work on my daughters Accord. They actually fit my Focus. I musta fudged the tape measure a bit. Too bad they're 14". They fit just fine, but really small. Don't feel like buying new tires.
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would 4x114.3 work? anyone
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would 4x114.3 work? anyone
You don't read well, do you? The pattern is 4x108, which means that only 4x108 is the only one that works. Sometimes is expressed in English units instead of metric, which is 4x4.25.
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