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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-25-04, 03:24 AM Thread Starter
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wheel offset

Hi, I have just ordered a new territory ghia and can't wait to pick it up. I have come across some wheels that will fit the territory as in stud pattern, but do not know what the wheel offset is. I have called some dealers and I have also called ford head office, sales and service and a technical support number to find out what the offset is. I am not sure whether they did not won't to give me this info or that they really had no idea what it is. Can someone help me so I can either keep the rims and put some rubber on them or give them back.

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Re: wheel offset

penuvcevski - have you had an answer outside of the Forum?
The wheel offset is different from a falcon (think it is 1cm or more).
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