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#21 OFFLINE   tr7driver

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 11:41 AM

My dealer threw in a spare, T125/80R16 on a fusion rim as part of the deal.  It fits the trunk.  Due to the blizzard/cold here, I have not tried it on the car.  (14 Hy Ti with 18 inch wheels)  I may do some shopping for jacks on line today.  I have a 24 inch breaker bar with a 3/4 deep socket wrench that fits in the wheel well.  Once I get a Jack I may look into attaching it and the breaker bar to under the rear window shelf.

 

I'll report back once I test it out.  With the weather forecasts I hear today, it may be a while.









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Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:54 AM

My dealer threw in a spare, T125/80R16 on a fusion rim as part of the deal.  It fits the trunk.  Due to the blizzard/cold here, I have not tried it on the car.  (14 Hy Ti with 18 inch wheels)  I may do some shopping for jacks on line today.  I have a 24 inch breaker bar with a 3/4 deep socket wrench that fits in the wheel well.  Once I get a Jack I may look into attaching it and the breaker bar to under the rear window shelf.

 

I'll report back once I test it out.  With the weather forecasts I hear today, it may be a while.

I just went down to the Auto Zone and bought one of their low slung screw car jacks. Fits under the car, and works well. I also carry a sturdy piece of wood to use as a platform for the jack. The jack has a small bottom, so some additional support is needed. The jack and lever fits inside my spare tire nicely.


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Posted 13 January 2014 - 02:23 PM

I just went down to the Auto Zone and bought one of their low slung screw car jacks. Fits under the car, and works well. I also carry a sturdy piece of wood to use as a platform for the jack. The jack has a small bottom, so some additional support is needed. The jack and lever fits inside my spare tire nicely.

By screw jack do you mean a hydraulic bottle jack?  I bought a scissors jack from the local farm store but it is too long to fit inside the spare, so I'm still shopping around.  I saw a bottle jack that will fit in the tire but the top isn't grooved to fit under the car.


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Posted 15 January 2014 - 11:20 AM

By screw jack do you mean a hydraulic bottle jack?  I bought a scissors jack from the local farm store but it is too long to fit inside the spare, so I'm still shopping around.  I saw a bottle jack that will fit in the tire but the top isn't grooved to fit under the car.

It's a bottle jack- I mispoke, sorry. It is very short but does not have a grooved top. I missed that fact. Now I have to come up with a modification!  Glad you pointed that out. I haven't actually tried using it yet.

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Posted 16 January 2014 - 02:30 PM

I picked up a used scissors jack with the grove on top at a local junk yard for $5 last night.  It looks like it will fit inside the tire for storage in the trunk, and lift the car high enough to get the tire off.  I hope to test it and test the tire on the car this weekend if the weather cooperates.  Then I'll return the one I paid $30 for at the farm store. 



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Posted 08 May 2014 - 09:45 PM

Dang, I was real close to having the pieces for my spare. Unfortunately, Pedex seems to have given someone else my wheel. Maybe they'll find it tomorrow.

They did find it today and I've got it in the spare well now. Got a lot of diameter room though so have to look further.

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 08:28 AM

After surviving a flat (side wall slice from a pot hole) I've been looking into the "spare issue"..love GrySql's solution .. but as hard as I look, I can't find any marking on my vehicle for jacking points.. what might I be missing ?



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Posted 10 July 2014 - 09:55 AM

Lay on your back and look up behind the front wheel well, the stamped triangle (arrow) is on the painted surface of the underbody sills.

There is another just in front of the rear wheel well on the same rolled underbody sill.

The triangle (arrow) is pointed at a weld ridge where the Jack's 'V' notch fits over that welded seam to make the Jack/car interface rigid and secure, no slipping.

 

Note: The Jack is never placed on the actual triangle (arrow), it is meant to be placed farther under the car, on the frame - where it is stronger.

The 'arrow' is just for locating that frame area designated for the Jack's use, front or rear.

Use at your own risk.

 

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Stamped triangle (arrow) pointing to welded seam located further under the car.  The Jack is placed on the frame where the 'arrow' is pointing:

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Jack in place with Jack's 'V' lift pad in place, nice and secure:

 

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Posted 31 December 2014 - 06:27 PM

Just thought I'd do a little update for new FFH owners on the availability of the wheel/tire since most of the information is over a year old. I found the best price for the wheel on eBay: $128.22 with FREE shipping from seller "sunrisefordparts" in Fontana, CA or just search on "CV6Z-1015-B". If you read this thread in its entirety, remember what was said about finding the tire (mounted on a Nissan or other Mfr wheel that you can't use on the FFH) on eBay. I'd stay away from those since you don't know the age/quality of the tire. The teamfordparts site mentioned previously didn't come up for me. Another place you can find this wheel is here: .http://www.group1aut...str=CV6Z-1015-B. $116.04 plus $24.66 shipping (to Vegas) . There are lots of places you can look, but one place you might want to check is your local Ford dealer here: http://www.fordparts.com. Create an account there to select your local dealer(s). Not all dealers charge MSRP for parts. For instance, my local dealer shows the MSRP as $174.23 but my price is $130.68. The advantage of course is that they are local and I can just drop by and pick it up when it comes in. No shipping charges. Many dealers sell their parts at MSRP but you will only know if you create an account and shop your dealer.This site can also be handy for other parts/accessories that you can't find elsewhere. Generally, though, http://www.group1autoparts.com is going to be cheaper than the dealer for genuine OEM parts. Get the tire  (Continental CST 17, T135/90R16) from http://www.tirerack.com for $99 + a little over $13.00 for shipping to Vegas. It may be a little more or less to your location.. They seem to be the only ones who actually stock this tire, but in a limited quantity. Once they run out, it may be a while before they get some more in. Happy hunting and congratulations on your new "baby".  :)

P.S. Be sure to read Texasota's post below about salvage yards. For those of you who don't insist on "brand new in the box", some bucks can be saved by taking his advice. Just be sure what you're looking at when you're at the salvage yard so you get the right part.


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Posted 31 December 2014 - 09:04 PM

Just thought I'd do a little update for new FFH owners on the availability of the wheel/tire. I found the best price for the wheel on eBay. $128.22 with FREE shipping from seller "sunrisefordparts". Tire from Tirerack.com for $99 + a little over $13.00 for shipping to Vegas. It may be a little more or less to your location.

Before you go down that road check with your local auto salvage yards. Several of us found the entire spare tire kit for reasonable prices. I found mine (brand new condition) from a wrecked 2013 gas Fusion. 



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Posted 31 December 2014 - 11:20 PM

Before you go down that road check with your local auto salvage yards. Several of us found the entire spare tire kit for reasonable prices. I found mine (brand new condition) from a wrecked 2013 gas Fusion. 

Texasota, you must have 17" wheels because if I'm  not mistaken, it was pointed out in the subject thread that the spare from the gas Fusion is too small in diameter for the 18" wheel option, hence the whole Continental tire discussion. The whole point was to get a tire as close to the 18" overall diameter that would still fit into the spare tire well. Thread is specifically for the 18" wheel option. Or did I miss something?


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Posted 31 December 2014 - 11:39 PM

Well, you're correct about the 18" wheels and the Continental spare size but the stock donut spare wheel/tire from any 2013+ Fusion will work in an emergency.

Get what is cheapest and Texasota and many others use the standard spare. 

 

It's a long story from way back in early 2013, I just decided to get a spare that was as close to the diameter as the OEM 18" wheel/tire on my car, which we later found out was not really necessary.


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Posted 01 January 2015 - 12:20 AM

It's a long story from way back in early 2013, I just decided to get a spare that was as close to the diameter as the OEM 18" wheel/tire on my car, which we later found out was not really necessary.

OK, thanks for that clarification, but I still agree with your original logic!  ;) I will still feel "better" about having a spare that's as close to the same size as possible for handling reasons. Before I joined the forums, I bought a set of 4 (5 spoke) 18" alloy wheels just like the ones on my car on Craigslist for $250 with lug nuts and center caps but no TPMS. They were taken off of a '14 Fusion almost immediately after the car was purchased, so they are in perfect condition. I thought that was a smokin' deal and I figured I'd keep one and sell the other 3 at a profit to pay for the tire and TPMS to have a full-size spare with the correct wheel. Of course, the disadvantage is that it doesn't fit in the spare tire well, so I like your solution better. I could probably sell them for twice what I paid for them, so the cost of your setup is not an issue for me. I didn't mean to "ignore" Texasota's salvage yard recommendation. I just think there are plenty of us out here who will still agree with what you did and want to buy brand new stuff without "getting dirty" at the salvage yard. For those of us in that category, I have posted some links above that are helpful and current. Happy New Year everyone!


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Posted 01 January 2015 - 07:38 AM

 I just think there are plenty of us out here who will still agree with what you did and want to buy brand new stuff without "getting dirty" at the salvage yard. For those of us in that category, I have posted some links above that are helpful and current. Happy New Year everyone!

No need to get dirty. Mine came from a wrecked 2013 in Florida from a salvage yard and they shipped it to me for $25.00. This included the tire, on the rim, and all of the tools in the styrofoam kit. No fuss - no muss - $175.


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Posted 01 January 2015 - 10:45 AM

OK, I apparently ruffled some feathers and I certainly didn't mean to, so my apologies to anyone/everyone who felt offended by my remarks in any way, especially Texasota. My intent was to help not hurt. Herman, I would be interested to know how you found that stuff in Florida in the first place? Was it through eBay? Happy New Year to all!

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Posted 01 January 2015 - 02:30 PM

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Posted 01 January 2015 - 02:52 PM

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OK, thanks. I figured as much but you never know. There are some pretty resourceful people around here (and people WITH resources)! I found the foam kit box with tools from a '13 Focus (which uses the same kit) on eBay for $60 shipped in like new condition. So, thanks for the tip! Have a great New Year!

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Posted 01 January 2015 - 10:24 PM

OK, I apparently ruffled some feathers and I certainly didn't mean to, so my apologies to anyone/everyone who felt offended by my remarks in any way, especially Texasota. My intent was to help not hurt. Herman, I would be interested to know how you found that stuff in Florida in the first place? Was it through eBay? Happy New Year to all!

No ruffled feathers at all. No worries.

 

In some older threads it was mentioned that if you are concerned about spare tire diameter not matching the stock wheel/tire and causing handling problems, then you could always mount the spare tire on the rear of the car. In the case where a front tire went flat simply move a stock rear wheel/tire to the front (to replace the flat) and then mount the donut spare on the rear.  A little more work but tire failure is rare.


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Posted 02 January 2015 - 12:15 PM

In some older threads it was mentioned that if you are concerned about spare tire diameter not matching the stock wheel/tire and causing handling problems, then you could always mount the spare tire on the rear of the car. In the case where a front tire went flat simply move a stock rear wheel/tire to the front (to replace the flat) and then mount the donut spare on the rear.  A little more work but tire failure is rare.


Yeah, I remember reading that. I liked GrySql's solution so I bought a brand new wheel on eBay ($128) and ordered the tire ($99) from Tire Rack. So now, with the tools/holder I mentioned above, I have the whole "kit" on the way. I feel better having nearly the same size tire as the 18's on the car so I don't have to do that "extra work" in the dark or bad weather. But, that's just me! Have a good one!

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