Ford Fusion Wheel Size, Offset & Tire Information

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Standard Fusion Wheel Offset:
  • 16" - 40-45mm
  • 17" - 40-45mm
  • 18" - 40-45mm
  • 19" - 55mm


Fusion Tire Sizes:

16" Tires
  • 215/55/R16
  • 215/60/R16
  • 225/55/R16
  • 235/55/R16
  • 245/50/R16


17" Tires
  • 205/55/R17
  • 215/50/R17
  • 215/55/R17
  • 225/50/R17
  • 235/45/R17
  • 235/50/R17
  • 245/45/R17


18" Tires
  • 215/45/R18
  • 225/45/R18
  • 235/40/R18
  • 235/45/R18
  • 245/40/R18


19" Tires
  • 225/40/R19
  • 235/35/R19
  • 235/40/R19
  • 245/35/R19


20" Tires
  • 225/35/R20
  • 245/30/R20


Ford Fusion Bolt/Lug Pattern:
  • 5x114 (2006-2012)
  • 5x108 (2013-Newer)
 
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I'm pretty certain that the 19" wheels are either et52 or et55. I've seen sources that claim both. I haven't looked at mine yet. [V]
 
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Sounds good Justin, feel free to append anything that is missing.
 

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Hello all, name Louie
Was wondering if I can put on 20x9x35 without any fender or rubbing issues? I've looked around but I can't seem to find any info, if you can please help out
 
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Hello all, name Louie
Was wondering if I can put on 20x9x35 without any fender or rubbing issues? I've looked around but I can't seem to find any info, if you can please help out
Are you going to lower it? If yes the I'm pretty sure its going to rub. Which wheels are you thinking of?
 

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Are you going to lower it? If yes the I'm pretty sure its going to rub. Which wheels are you thinking of?
I'm going to keep it stock height for now. I'm looking into the Rohan's rc10 matte black
The tires I'm thinking of using is 245/30/zr20 or 245/35/zr20
 
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Hello all, name Louie
Was wondering if I can put on 20x9x35 without any fender or rubbing issues? I've looked around but I can't seem to find any info, if you can please help out
20x9 35et is likely to poke a little too much. That is, the wheels will be outboard of the fenders. 35et would be a great flush look on an 8.5" wheel, but the extra 1/2" gained from the width of the 9" is likely to poke them.

I'm going to keep it stock height for now. I'm looking into the Rohan's rc10 matte black
The tires I'm thinking of using is 245/30/zr20 or 245/35/zr20
You're going to have a little bit of stretch with a 245 on a 9" wheel. CHECK ME OUT

All of this is working knowledge off of my former Mk3 Focus. I have yet to really look into the Fusion and stance. But, having said that, I've seen 35et on 8" wheels and it is nearly flush. Therefore, adding an extra inch is going to push them outboard.
 

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thank you for getting back with me on this i do greatly like the help. i want a flushed look with the fender but i dont want to be hella flush with my rims sticking out more then the fender. ill have to look at another rim to get the 8.5
 
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thank you for getting back with me on this i do greatly like the help. i want a flushed look with the fender but i dont want to be hella flush with my rims sticking out more then the fender. ill have to look at another rim to get the 8.5
No worries. Check this out

You'll see that even with the stock wheels at 35et that the 9" wheels will poke past the fenders.

I do know I want a concave rim
The offset will determine how concave it appears/is. The lower the et, the more concave it'll appear.
 
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Hi, I just went from a 2010 Ford Fusion to a 2016 and like most people found out that my old winter tire package won't match up from the 5x114 pattern changing to the 5x108. I can purchase a set of 5x108's off of a Ford Focus from a local salvage yard that are beautiful but I didn't know if the offset and spacing for calipers will match up? Can anyone help me out?
 

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So why is there a 225/50/17 as well as a 235/50/17??? I want to buy a set of these:

... But the literature I can gather states they're all 225's, while these are all 235's:


Any info would be greatly appreciated! Just FYI I have the latter picture(235's) currently on my 14' SE.


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I'm going to keep it stock height for now. I'm looking into the Rohan's rc10 matte black
The tires I'm thinking of using is 245/30/zr20 or 245/35/zr20
For 245/35/r20's, 20x8.5 rims will look and fit better. Check out car| truck wheels - 4wheelonline. They have nice looking 20's like Asanti, Niche and Dub wheels.
 


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