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Wheel stud pattern for 2006 ford courier 4x4 - Cars & Trucks

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SOURCE: wheel bolt pattern

According to everything I can find, yes.
It's a 5x114.3 bolt pattern (or 5x4.50)
However, your offset (from where the wheels bolt on to the edge of the rim) might be a little different depending on the wheel.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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SOURCE: front wheel bearing removal on 2006 F350 touchtone 4X4

Get a good repair manual. Front ends on 4X4s require proper care.

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SOURCE: will wheels from 1989 Ford F-250 4x4 bolt on to

Hello,
Sorry the 1989 F250 4wd wheels are not interchangeable with the 2000 F250 4WD.. The hubs where changed to a new design and (Bolt Pattern: 8 x 170MM) From 1999 to present...

Bill Andrade

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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SOURCE: broken rear wheel stud on a 2005 ford focus zx4 se

  1. Step 1 Buy a new stud. Make sure you purchase the right size. If you're not sure what size to get, wait until you remove the stud and take it with you to the store.
  2. Step 2 Check the area of the spare tire in the trunk for the jack and the jack tools since you'll need to raise the car to replace the wheel stud on your Focus. Be sure to block the tire diagonal to the jack.
  3. Step 3 Use the jack to raise the Focus. Remove the wheel Take off the caliper and either hang it by a mechanics wire or lay it up so it doesn't dangle by the brake line. Remove the rotor. If you're working on back wheels, you have to remove the emergency brake clip first. You could have drum brakes in the rear. If they're drum brakes, remove the drum.
  4. Step 4 Hunt for an opening behind the hub that allows you to remove the stud. Line the stud up with the hole. You may have to take off the hub and put it in a vise if you can't drive it out the back.
  5. Step 5 Hit the stud with a mallet and drive it out the back of the hub. Push another stud into the opening. This is tough work, but you only need to push it far enough to thread on a wheel bolt.
  6. Step 6 Put on a wheel bolt and begin to tighten it. As you do, the stud starts to pull through. Add more bolts as necessary until you seat the stud. Check in the back of the hub. When the head is flush with the stud, you seated it.
  7. Step 7 Remove the extra bolts and reassemble the parts that you took off to replace the wheel stud on the Ford Focus. Put the wheel back on the vehicle and tighten down the wheel nuts.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm having trouble removing the brake rotor on a

They probably froze on! I have had this happen on several vehicles. You'll have to spray something like WD-40 in between the rotor and whatever space is visible. Pound it loose evenly with a rubber mallet or with a piece of wood and hammer.

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Removal & Installation

  1. Raise and support the front end on jack stands.
  2. Remove the wheel.
  3. Remove the caliper. Do not disconnect the brake hose from the caliper. Use a piece of wire to support the caliper, do not let it hang on the hose.
  4. Remove the rotor.
  5. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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