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Sizes of Tires and Rims for Mercury Milan

2007 year

Modification Tire size Rim width Rim diameter Offset Size of lug nuts Number of nuts (PCD) Diameter (PCD) Centre bore diameter (DIA)
2.3i

205/60 R16

7" 16" 40mm 12mm*1.5" 5 114.3mm 63.3mm
3.0 V6

225/50 R17

7" 16" 52mm 12mm*1.5" 5 114.3mm 63.3mm

2006 year

Modification Tire size Rim width Rim diameter Offset Size of lug nuts Number of nuts (PCD) Diameter (PCD) Centre bore diameter (DIA)
2.3i

205/60 R16

7" 16" 40mm 12mm*1.5" 5 114.3mm 63.3mm
3.0 V6

225/50 R17

7" 16" 52mm 12mm*1.5" 5 114.3mm 63.3mm

The original wheel has 7" of width and is 16" in diameter. The wheel nuts circle has 114.3mm diameter, and central bore makes up 63.3mm. If you choose new rims for 3.0 V6, remember the number of 52mm offset. Choosing which rubber to purchase for Mercury Milan remember the size at 205/60 R16. Choose new tires and rims for Mercury Milan to suit original characteristics. One more important characteristics of Milan rims is size of nuts 12mm*1.5" and overall amount of 5 nuts per one wheel.

  • By the wheels of 16" diameter Mercury Milan feels great on the road.

  • Thought-out offset at 52mm and especially 7" wheel width create more firm factors.

  • The 16" wheels seem to be quite normal for Mercury Milan.

If you put more than 16" wheels to your 2.3i, you may get more petrol consumption. You’ll need some suspension changes to put not 40mm offset rims and use other than 12mm*1.5" size of nuts. You still need to be careful on Mercury 3.0 V6 with changed characteristics, so use 16" diameter wheels if you want safety. Your new rim for Milan must be adjusted with 5 nuts and have 63.3mm central hole diameter.

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