What size tires does a 2006 Ford Focus have?
Ford equips the 2006 Focus ZX4 SE with a 195/60R15 tire.
What size wheels does a 2006 Ford Focus have?
Ford Focus 2006 2.0i
|195/60R15 87T||6Jx15 ET52.5||2.2|
|205/50R16 87H||6Jx16 ET52.5||2.2|
What size Tyres does my Ford Focus have?
195/65 R15 H.
How do I know what size factory tires I have?
Find the information in your vehicle owner’s manual in the glove compartment or on the tire information sticker on your driver’s side door. Usually those elements contain all the information related to your tire size and specifications as well as the appropriate tire pressure.
What size are Ford Focus wheels?
Ford Focus Wheel Size
|Focus Bolt Pattern (Lug Pattern)||PCD 5×108 See Adapters|
|Center bore (hub bore)||63.4 mm Use Hub Centric Rings|
|Thread size (Lug Nut Size)||M12 x 1.5 Lug Nuts|
|Stock Rim Sizes Range||15×6.0 – 20×8.5 Hubcaps|
|Tire sizes||215/55 R16 , 215/50 R17 , 235/40 R18|
What is the bolt pattern on a Ford Focus?
The Ford Focus ST uses a 5×108 bolt pattern with wheel diameters usually ranging from 16 to 20 inches, widths from 7 to 9.5 inches, and offsets from +15 to +55. This is an absolutely massive platform so you’ll see quite a bit of variety when it comes to fitment.
Is 4×108 the same as 4X4 25?
Yes 4X108 and 4X4. 25 are the same.
Will a 4×108 fit a 4×100?
Re: do 4×108 fit on 4×100 (chr1z) Actually you can have the wheels redrilled to 4×108 inside the same holes. It will slightly oval the holes, but you will be fine…
What size rims fit a Ford Focus?
Ford Focus wheel bolt pattern. Select the year
|Focus Bolt Pattern||PCD 4×108 See Adapters|
|Thread size||M12 x 1.5 Buy Lug Nuts|
|Stock Rim Sizes Range||15×6.0 – 18×7.5 Get Hubcaps|
|Custom rim sizes range||15×6.5 – 18×8.5|
|Tire sizes||195/60 R15, 205/50 R16, 205/45 R17, 215/45 R17, 215/35 R18|
Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?
Are 225 and 235 Tires Interchangeable? Yes, they are. However, this is only possible if your car’s rims can accept the larger millimeter.
Can I use T rated tires instead of H?
You will not get the performance in handling with the “T” rated tires that you will from the “H” rated tires but if you don’t drive aggesively, I don’t see the problem. Buy the “T” rated tires with better mileage. Tire design is a tradeoff.