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post #1 of 16 Old 06-24-2014, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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Ford Escape Lug Pattern and Deminsions?

I tried to do a search but the search machine kept on saying that there is no search for the word "lug". Scrambling around I could find a definite answer so my question is like what the title states: What are the Ford Escape lug pattern and dimensions? The reason why I ask this is to try to figure out if we can use other rims from other Ford SUVs or even cars on our Escape.

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I tried to do a search but the search machine kept on saying that there is no search for the word "lug".
I searched for wheels on TireRack and they show that the my Ti with 19" wheels should be "Bolt Pattern: 5-108".

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The lug pattern for the 2013+ Escape is 5x108 (5x4.25). The center bore is 63.4 and the offset can be anywhere between 40-50. The variables for the offset depend on the diameter and width of the wheels you get (17-19 inch) and of course the tires. Other Ford cars that have the same bolt pattern are the 2013+ Fusion, C-Max and 2012+ Focus, 1986-2007 Taurus, and a few others plus some Lincoln models. Also the Volvo 2010+ XC-60, 2003+ XC-70, XC-90 and various other models of their cars, along with several 1999-2008 Jaquar's, 2007+ Land Rover LR2, 2011+ Evoque and I am sure many others. I originally wanted to get the dark stainless 19 inch wheels of the new Fusion Titanium for my Escape but ended up getting the 19 inch sport wheels that are available for the Kuga in Europe.

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Thanks guys! I was also wondering if the Ford Focus ST rims would fit my car and I guess in theory they would. Would be interesting to see how they would look.

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Yes they will fit. I actually tried them on my Escape (was able to do this from a dealer that knows me very well) but I really wanted 19 inch wheels and tires.

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So the winter tires I had for my Focus would fit but I think are beyond the diameter tolerance as they're only 16s. I've 19s installed now.
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Maybe you could get some 16" rims just for your winter tires.
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They are on rims. But I think the difference is too great.
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They are on rims. But I think the difference is too great.
16" wheels fit the escape. Or do you mean the offset?
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My 2015 FE Ti has the 18" wheels with the 5x108 lug pattern. If your Focus has the 18" wheels then then lug pattern will will be the same and the wheels should interchange.

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