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Hmm, sorry. They do have the correct 18" though
I would go down to 18 and try to get some steelies. Im not sure how much range youd lose with steelies. We do have tome before next winter so we'll see what aftermarket provides.
 

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Now that i think of it. We might find some ppl wanting to change the MME 18's and buy those on the used market.
 

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I would go down to 18 and try to get some steelies. Im not sure how much range youd lose with steelies. We do have tome before next winter so we'll see what aftermarket provides.
Maybe you could pick up 18's with the aero covers; either the Select or RT1 wheels
 

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TSW manufactures 18" wheels with 1700lbs load rating. So there will aftermarket options, and I know TSW supplies many OEMS
 

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Maybe you could pick up 18's with the aero covers; either the Select or RT1 wheels
From the dealer im sure id get .... so better looking elsewhere
 

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Anyone know if the tpms that were on a Lincoln would work for the Mme? May have found some winter wheels.
 

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Anyone know if the tpms that were on a Lincoln would work for the Mme? May have found some winter wheels.
It all depends on the exact year and model. I usually just buy universal TPMS sensors on Amazon when I get new wheels and clone them to use the same ID #s as the OEM sensors.
 

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I would go down to 18 and try to get some steelies. Im not sure how much range youd lose with steelies. We do have tome before next winter so we'll see what aftermarket provides.
Yeah really don't want to overspend on rims for winter. Here's hoping Ford makes a 60$ OEM steelie.
 

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Yeah really don't want to overspend on rims for winter. Here's hoping Ford makes a 60$ OEM steelie.
You may be able to find a cheap steelie that will fit, but I doubt it will be from Ford.
 

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You may be able to find a cheap steelie that will fit, but I doubt it will be from Ford.
Why? I got OEM steelies for my wife's CRV from Honda at 69$ a rim. I have OEMs from GM on our Volt. Don't remembe the price but it was well below 100$.
 

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Why? I got OEM steelies for my wife's CRV from Honda at 69$ a rim. I have OEMs from GM on our Volt. Don't remembe the price but it was well below 100$.
Then maybe Ford will have something. I just wasn't thinking they would make a steelie option for the MME.
 

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I was going to ask if anybody knows the TPMS freq to use on the MME. I'm planning to put 18 inches tires and wheels for winter with either Michelin XIce Snow or Bridgestone Blizzak. I don't think I will put regular black metal wheels that looks all rusty after a few years, I'll try to find not to expensive alloy wheels that are ok for winters.
 

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I was going to ask if anybody knows the TPMS freq to use on the MME.
According to my Autel TPMS tool, the Mach-E uses Schrader sensors with a frequency of 315Mhz, part# JX7T-1A180-AA. However, now that dual frequency sensors are available, this really becomes moot. As an added bonus, if you go with universal sensors, they can be cloned to use the same ID numbers as the sensors that come in the OEM wheels. That makes winter wheel swaps super easy. The car doesn't even know you switched.

These are the ones I've been using for winter wheels in several cars.

Amazon.com: Autel 6937357203263 Dual Frequency 315mhz and 433mhz Rubber Stem MX Sensor Quantity 1: Automotive
 

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According to my Autel TPMS tool, the Mach-E uses Schrader sensors with a frequency of 315Mhz, part# JX7T-1A180-AA. However, now that dual frequency sensors are available, this really becomes moot. As an added bonus, if you go with universal sensors, they can be cloned to use the same ID numbers as the sensors that come in the OEM wheels. That makes winter wheel swaps super easy. The car doesn't even know you switched.

These are the ones I've been using for winter wheels in several cars.

Amazon.com: Autel 6937357203263 Dual Frequency 315mhz and 433mhz Rubber Stem MX Sensor Quantity 1: Automotive
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