What @WWWPerfA_ZN0W stated above, the bore size is different. Better to stick with 2007-2010 wheels and avoid using adapters. As for the offset, again, like what WWWperfA_ZN0W stated, it is fine, the reason for the difference is because of the different wheel widths. The 22" wheels are wider than the smaller wheels.
Thanks for the help.
This is what I ended up doing:
I couldn’t find just that bar stock tool for sale separately, and the only eBay seller who replied to my inquiries for getting the measurements was also selling the other seal tool I was looking for. So, I agreed to pay his BIN price $79.99 free shipping and he measured and made a good quality tracing of the bar stock tool. It is 1/2” thick, 1 1/2” wide, 10” long. When I had the tracing in hand I went to one of the few welding supply places around me (rural Appalachia), they didn’t have 1/2” thick bar/plate in the 1 1/2” width needed, so I got 1/4” thick and they cut 2 pieces to the length I need and cost $8. I’ll deburr the rough edges. If I decide to weld them together I’ll chamfer the married edges to make for nice weld surface.
Thanks again, hope this helps someone else. Bill
The first loaner was a 2020 Escape SE which ran smooth and quick with the 1.5L, second loaner was a fully loaded Edge SEL (I drive a SE) and that was awesome with leather seats and panoramic roof, and the recent loaner is another Escape SE but this one has bad engine vibration at idle.
I'm now back in my Edge until the Sync engineers figure something out.