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Hello,

I currently own a 2010 Ford Fusion SE, with 17 inch steel wheels. I am looking to upgrade to a set of alloys for warm weather months. I found a person selling a set of 2011 Ford Fusion OEM 18 inch sport rims with tires. I was wondering if these would fit my 2010 without issues?

Hello,

I currently own a 2010 Ford Fusion SE, with 17 inch steel wheels. I am looking to upgrade to a set of alloys for warm weather months. I found a person selling a set of 2011 Ford Fusion OEM 18 inch sport rims with tires. I was wondering if these would fit my 2010 without issues?

Current wheels: 2010 Ford Fusion Steel 17" OEM
Wheel specs (diameter, width, and offset): 17 inch, 7 inches, 35mm
Tire specs (e.g. 225/40/18): 225/50/17
Suspension (shocks/struts brand, spring brand, or coilover specs): OEM

New potential wheels: 2010 Ford Fusion Sport Wheels (OEM)
Wheel specs (diameter, width, and offset): 18, 7.5 44mm
Tire specs (e.g. 225/40/18): 225/45/18
Suspension (shocks/struts brand, spring brand, or coilover specs): OEM
Fenders rolled/pulled already? No
If not... willing to roll/pull your fenders? No
Additional details (camber settings, intended use, other issues, etc... optional): Just for looks. When snow is not on the ground

Wondering if anyone has done this and could just throw in the larger wheels.

I am worried mostly about if the suspension is different on the Sport than on an SE. I am pretty sure that bolt pattern is the same.

Please help! Thanks!

I am worried mostly about if the suspension is different on the Sport than on an SE. I am pretty sure that bolt pattern is the same.

Please help! Thanks!
 
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