hi there! im planning to change the rims and tires of my ford edge limited 2013 this coming winter season to 235/65r17 and im planning to put bridgestone dm-v2 blizzak tire that rating to 108s. could somebody tell me whats the right tire pressure for those winter tire? do i need to inflate it to 36psi as written on the driver side of my car or 50psi as i browsed in google? tnx
You get hub centering rings that fill the gap, any shop can order them or likely have them in stock. Most seem to prefer a 38-42mm offset because it makes the wheels more flush with the fenders, especially when lowered.
Hi Handfiler & PerBlue. Thanks so much for your replies to my post. Handfiler, thanks for forwarding the specs of the different trim levels of the 2020 From Edge. I did not get the performance brake package, so it should be the same as the SEL trim level. PerBlue, I noticed that the offset on your rims is only 38mm, whereas the OE offset is 52.5mm. I guess the smaller offset will just push the tire outward a bit. I also noticed that the centre bore of these wheels is 73mm, whereas the OE centre bore is only 63.4mm. I guess being a bit bigger will not pose a problem. Could you possibly explain how the rim offset might introduce interference with the breaking system? I am still trying to get my head around that issue. So, if an offset of 38mm fits the Edge ST, I had better look for a comparable offset. I really appreciate all the input, as I need to get my wheels/tires ordered soon, as snow will likely start flying around here pretty soon.
awd disabled can also be triggered from the following: coupler over heat, ptu overheat, transmission 245F+. im willing to be the transmission is tripping the sensors before anything else is. we had the issue towing up long grades. The edge isnt mean for real towing like that sadly. but two additional trans coolers and the trans couldn't be happier and havent had the warning since