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Required tire size should be printed on a sticker located in the drivers door jam

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Dimension of wheel cover

Have a look at your tyres (tires, you may be American).
You should find some numbers and letters on the sidewall which are the measurements for the tires/tyres and hub.

Usually they are like this:
195/65 R15

The number after the R is the size of the hub in inches for your tyres/tires. This is the number you need for the wheel covers.

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Oct 14, 2014 | 2003 Ford Focus

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F250 4x4 tire size 285x75z16 like new tires in back front tires are getting balb -can Idrive

More importantly is this.. why is your tires in the front so worn? Personally I would correct those issues before I would attempt any 4x4 action..

Aug 15, 2014 | 2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Tyre pressure for ford focus 2.0 litre zetic

2 max pressures are printed on sidewall of all tires
1 for single (thats yours) and 1 for dual tires (cold)
The Tire dealer is the one who will know the recommended pressure for your tire brand, size and ply rating. my guess is around 34 psi. But, it really depends on the tire. - Alway check them cold for true reading -
* If the tires are the factory tires that came on the focus, the car dealership will know. - Service writer or Service Manager -

Jan 30, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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What tires size i need for ford focus 2001 1.6 ghia?

You can read the size on the sidewall, it will be something like this... 195/60/R16
The 195 refers to the width in mm, the 60 refers to the percentage of the diameter from inner to outer and the R16 refers to the size of rim in inches.
Hope this helps.

Apr 05, 2011 | 2001 Ford Focus

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What is factory tire size?

I would look on the inside of your driverside front door and door jam where thet have the vehical information labels, Ford will specify what tire size to use on your vehical and whats the proper tire inflation pressure for the front and rear tires always follow the manfacturers recommendations....

Dec 08, 2010 | 2001 Ford Focus

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Size of tires

Front Tire Size P215/60R16 Rear Tire Size P215/60R16

Nov 23, 2010 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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2004 focus sedan tire size

Check in the Back of the Owners Manual under Specifications. BTW- You cannot have 15 inch Wheels if you have 14's on it Right Now. They have a TOTALLY Different Bolt Pattern.

Jan 21, 2009 | 2004 Ford Focus

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2001 Focus Vibrates Inexplicably!

Vibrations while driving are usually caused by missing/broken motor mounts, wheel bearings, unbalanced tires, or worn/bent 1/2 axles.
Improper tires (or winter tires) may also contribute.
Get a second opinion!
There are too many things on a 2001 that could be wrong.

Jan 09, 2009 | 2001 Ford Focus

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