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Hi everyone. :wavey: Here is a handy tool for those of us wondering what size wheels we can install on our cars (click on the red link below):

www.1010tires.com/WheelOffsetCalculator.asp

It is very simple to use, and makes it easy to see how a new wheel will fit both on the inside wheel wells (suspension side) and the outside fenders as compared to stock (or whatever we currently have installed).

Just plug in the width and offset of your current wheels into the "Current Wheel Specs" boxes. Then plug in the width and offset of the new wheels you are contemplating in the "New Wheel Specs" boxes. Then click "Calculate".

The "Wheel Offset Calculator" will then display the new wheels "Inner Clearance" (the inside of the wheel to the strut housing) and the "Outer Position" (position of the outside edge of the wheel), in comparison to your old wheels.

Hope this information helps.

Good luck. :cheers:
 

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Anyone know the stock offset of the 17x7 Fusion Wheels? I found some places on the net that says +35 and some that says +38?
 

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It sure would be nice if someone (other than Ford) made 18" wheels with 55mm offset and 108mm bolt pattern. Because that's what you need for correct fitment on a 2013/2014 Fusion. The 40mm offset stuff everyone is selling sticks out too far, and also causes a weird steering feel.
 
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