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Trying to find out if the original factory wheel hub is 5x114.3mm or 5x108mm. I’m getting conflicting answers. Trying to buy a replacement rim. There are 2 different ones 114.3mm and 108mm.
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Trying to find out if the original factory wheel hub is 5x114.3mm or 5x108mm. I’m getting conflicting answers. Trying to buy a replacement rim. There are 2 different ones 114.3mm and 108mm.
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Hi Ss. The lug spacing for the 2006-2012 models is 5x114.3mm.

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Trying to find out if the original factory wheel hub is 5x114.3mm or 5x108mm. I’m getting conflicting answers. Trying to buy a replacement rim. There are 2 different ones 114.3mm and 108mm.
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Hi Ss. Answered in your other post asking the same question.

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5x108mm ,the difference is the studs, a regular Fusion has 1.5 x 12mm studs, a Sport, MKZ 3.0, MKX, Edge, which all share the same platform use 1.5 x 14mm studs.
 

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I know that alot of the first generation Fusion Sport guys are on the Ford Fusion Forum. I was member over there when I had my 2,0. Nice folks with a lot of answers for first gen cars.
 
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5x108mm ,the difference is the studs, a regular Fusion has 1.5 x 12mm studs, a Sport, MKZ 3.0, MKX, Edge, which all share the same platform use 1.5 x 14mm studs.
Hi Skipe. The OP asked what is the "wheel hub spacing" (lug spacing) on a 2010 Fusion Sport...5x114.3mm or 5x108mm The lug spacing on all 2006-2012 Fusions is 5x114.3.

The lug spacing for all 2013+ Fusions is 5x108.

Yes, lug size on 2017+ Fusions and MKZ's can vary according to engine (1.5 x 12mm versus 1.5 x 14mm).
However, the lug spacing remains the same on all 2013+ Fusions and MKZ's. It is 5x108, no matter the engine/trim level

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Well and 13 up Focus is 5 x 108 also. I didnt catch that he had a 12 back Fusion.
 

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Well and 13 up Focus is 5 x 108 also. I didnt catch that he had a 12 back Fusion.
Hi Skipe. Yes, most 2013+ Ford and Lincoln passenger cars are. And I naturally assumed you did not catch that he had a "12 back Fusion". That was why I replied.

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Luck is not a factor, :)
 

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Luck is not a factor, :)
Luck is always a factor, whether people realize it or not. Good luck, bad luck, no luck, hard luck...even in movie quotes. :)
 

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Hi Skipe. The OP asked what is the "wheel hub spacing" (lug spacing) on a 2010 Fusion Sport...5x114.3mm or 5x108mm The lug spacing on all 2006-2012 Fusions is 5x114.3.

The lug spacing for all 2013+ Fusions is 5x108.

Yes, lug size on 2017+ Fusions and MKZ's can vary according to engine (1.5 x 12mm versus 1.5 x 14mm).
However, the lug spacing remains the same on all 2013+ Fusions and MKZ's. It is 5x108, no matter the engine/trim level

Good luck.
I feel like 114.3 is correct. I researched a few sites and said that 114.3mm was the measurement. Going to Discount Tire tomorrow.
 

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I feel like 114.3 is correct. I researched a few sites and said that 114.3mm was the measurement. Going to Discount Tire tomorrow.
Hi Ss. 5x114.3 is correct. But no harm in double checking. In fact, it is better to double check than take the advice of anonymous Internet strangers (mooks like me...lol). Especially if it may cost you money if we are wrong. Or even just time and aggravation.

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5 x 114.3 would be correct on the 12 back Fusions.
 

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the easy way to find out is to look at the back of the wheel it will give you bolt pattern
 
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