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Old 02-02-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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Bolt Pattern question

In my hunt for some different, non-mainstream Focus wheels i have come across a bolt pattern quandary or two.



1. My Focus has a bolt pattern of 4x108. Whats the difference between 4x108 and 4x107.95?

2. Would a 4x107.95 drilled wheel fit on my hubs?

3. With that little difference would I have any issues with the lug nuts not clearing the openings?

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It's the same thing. Think of it as 4.25".
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The listed specs on the wheel for bolt pattern are "4x4.25" (4x107.95mm)"
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Yeah, that's how they list all 4x108 also.
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Great, thanks Terry. Great information to have. I appreciate it.
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What do these wheels look like?
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this is the site that has these replica wheels.

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all the 87-93 are available in the 4x4.25 bolt pattern. i wanted the 2003 cobra style wheels in black, but they are only available in a 9" width. too wide for me. i'd like to stick to 8" and below in width.
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They suggest a 245 width tire. I don't think that's gonna work. That's really wide. You may have problems clearing the suspension.
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would not go the route of a 245 tire. would be 215 and stretched. not much different than stock, as you can see below. should be alright.

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Okay. Glad you noticed that. I like 'em. Some people don't take the time to figure stuff out like you did.
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