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Old 01-28-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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Who makes this wheel and will it fit?

I have a 2013 Ford Focus SE 5dr White. Have a few ideas in mind with (2) being white and (1) being black. Obviously the black won't work but I like the design. Just trying to decide on what wheels to replace stockers with.








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First one I know is a Rotiform somethingorother.

And I'm fairly certain that OZ made the wheels for Ford to put on the RS.
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there was or were RS wheels for sale on here recently in the BST
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Thanks for the heads up. Will the Rotiforms fit on my focus?
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Thanks for the heads up. Will the Rotiforms fit on my focus?
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No, you need 5x108 wheels. For an 18x8.5" wheel, 45mm offset is a flush fit. 35mm will extend the wheel just outside of the fender, more pronounced in the rear.

If lowering is in your future, and want an 8.5" wide wheel, look for something with an offset between 45mm and 48mm. Also, a good set of coiliovers will be necessary to dial in the right amount of drop.
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No, you need 5x108 wheels. For an 18x8.5" wheel, 45mm offset is a flush fit. 35mm will extend the wheel just outside of the fender, more pronounced in the rear.

If lowering is in your future, and want an 8.5" wide wheel, look for something with an offset between 45mm and 48mm. Also, a good set of coiliovers will be necessary to dial in the right amount of drop.
Excellent advice! At this point I might go with the OZ rs wheels or a hybrid focus wheel powder coated white. Rotiform wants an extra $80 per wheel for powder coating and $50 extra for custom bolt patterns. That puts it at $410 a wheel, $1640 set...ummm pass. Last set I picked up a pair of 17" scion tc wheels with 4 yokimura tires, lugs/locks for $380 (installed on corolla s)
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No, you need 5x108 wheels. For an 18x8.5" wheel, 45mm offset is a flush fit. 35mm will extend the wheel just outside of the fender, more pronounced in the rear.

If lowering is in your future, and want an 8.5" wide wheel, look for something with an offset between 45mm and 48mm. Also, a good set of coiliovers will be necessary to dial in the right amount of drop.
HotRodWagon is correct in the offset numbers, but you can still run the Rotiforms. They can make whatever wheels you want in custom spec with whatever offsets you want. You can get them in 4x108 or 5x108 if you so choose as well, but their website lists the wheels at $1250 each - so unless you're flush with cash.....
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