The 2020 Ford Expedition has wheel (rim) sizes of 22 x 9.5, 20 x 8.5 and 18 x 8.5.
The two easiest ways are to check the decal plate in your car, it should be in the driver’s door, or search online for the vehicle specs for your exact make and model. This should show you the default rim size.
These are exactly the same size as I have on my truck with no problems. Good to know! They seem to go well with yours.
The 2006 Ford Expedition King Ranch 4WD bolt pattern is 6-135mm. This means that there are 6 studs and the diameter of the circle that the studs form is 135 mm or 5.3 inches in diameter.
The 2010 Ford Expedition 2wd XLT bolt pattern is 6-135mm. This means that there are 6 studs and the diameter of the circle that the studs form is 135 mm or 5.3 inches in diameter.
A steel wheel weighs more than an aluminum wheel, so the latter improves performance by reducing unsprung weight. But replacing a standard 17″ alloy wheel with an 18″ or 19″ alloy wheel results in added weight – unless it’s an expensive, lightweight wheel.
Wheels and tires are not interchangeable words. Tires are part of the wheel setup. For example, your vehicle has a fixed rim size, but you can buy different tire sizes to fit those rims as long as the center of the tires is the right size.
Standard rim sizes: 17×7.5 – 24×12.0. Custom rim sizes: 17×10.0 – 24×9.5. Tire sizes: 245/70 R17 – 285/35 R24.
If you use the original wheel nuts from 2019, almost all rims from 2009 will fit (maybe even from 2004).
The standard 2004 Ford Expedition XLT NBX model bolt pattern is 6-135mm. This means that there are 6 studs and the diameter of the circle that the studs form is 135 mm or 5.3 inches in diameter.
1 answer. Depending on which wheels your vehicle came with, there are a few different options: 6 x 135mm 5 x 4.
This first-ever mild lift kit allows you to upgrade to a 33″ tall tire when using OEM offset wheels while maintaining the smooth OEM ride. This is the only complete Ford Expedition lift kit that includes mild lift products for the Expedition’s front and rear suspension. Allow tires up to 33 inches tall.
If we convert 285/70R17 to inches, it equals 32.8 x 11.
When it comes to Ford wheels (including Mercury and Lincoln), it also comes down to two common five wheel hub bolt patterns, 5×4-1/2 and 5×5-1/2, although Ford this has done produce some passenger cars with 5×5 inch hole pattern.