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Just picked up my BL and wanted dedicated snow tires mounted on their own rims. The dealership didn't have available rims on hand. For your info, Steelies made for the Escape, as you might expect, are a perfect fit. Very happy with my Bronco Sport.
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Just picked up my BL and wanted dedicated snow tires mounted on their own rims. The dealership didn't have available rims on hand. For your info, Steelies made for the Escape, as you might expect, are a perfect fit. Very happy with my Bronco Sport.
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i dig this so much. i don’t really like the standard wheels on the badlands which i currently have. i wish i got the aluminum ‘steelies’ that were optional but honestly your wheels look great!
 

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Steelies made for the Escape, as you might expect, are a perfect fit.
Your rims are actually steel? What's the cost for a set of four? They look great.

I think I found it online:
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Dear All,

I picked these rims up at Canadian tire. I'm sure you'll have no problem finding an equivalent in the US (O'Reilly's ?). Prices here shown in Canuck bucks. Yes, they are steel.

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Dear All,

I picked these rims up at Canadian tire. I'm sure you'll have no problem finding an equivalent in the US (O'Reilly's ?). Prices here shown in Canuck bucks. Yes, they are steel.

Cheers

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Those are badass - especially for an off-road capable vehicle....
 
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Out of curiosity, did you add the tire pressure monitors to the steel wheels? If not did you have constant tire pressure warnings?
 
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Out of curiosity, did you add the tire pressure monitors to the steel wheels? If not did you have constant tire pressure warnings?
Ha.....funny you should mention that. I am suffering with a Tire Pressure Monitoring Fault at the moment and, as expected, for good reason. This is the first TPIS system that I have owned and planned to investigate a compatible valve stem for these new rims.

Plan B.....live with it until spring when I cycle the originals back on. In the meantime........dig out the tire pressure gauge.
 

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Ha.....funny you should mention that. I am suffering with a Tire Pressure Monitoring Fault at the moment and, as expected, for good reason. This is the first TPIS system that I have owned and planned to investigate a compatible valve stem for these new rims.

Plan B.....live with it until spring when I cycle the originals back on. In the meantime........dig out the tire pressure gauge.
Thanks for the reply. I was trying to budget for a winter set like yours but the $75 Ford wanted for each TPMS put me beyond what I wanted to pay.
 

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I bought TPMS sensors for extra wheels on my Escape, was under $10 per rim.
Aftermarket? I should have known Ford would charge almost $80 for a $10 part. I might have to reconsider winter tires. Thanks
 

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Is it just me or does the white look better with the black handles and not the body painted?
I agree with you... I'm trying to figure out the most cost effective way to bounce my white door handles when I get my order.
 

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Dear All,

I picked these rims up at Canadian tire. I'm sure you'll have no problem finding an equivalent in the US (O'Reilly's ?). Prices here shown in Canuck bucks. Yes, they are steel.

Cheers

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Please take a look at the inside of the wheels that came on your BL and confirm the stock wheel offset. The number with the ET next to it. I’m pretty sure that Escape wheels have greater offset than the Bronco Sport. If so, the wheel track on your BL will be reduced and may look a bit off when running the steel wheels.
 
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Please take a look at the inside of the wheels that came on your BL and confirm the stock wheel offset. The number with the ET next to it. I’m pretty sure that Escape wheels have greater offset than the Bronco Sport. If so, the wheel track on your BL will be reduced and may look a bit off when running the steel wheels.
Had a look at the original wheels, no "ET" displayed but rather "J+37.5". I'll take that as the offset.
 

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