17 Inch Wheels for a 2011 Ford Explorer
Using Year, Make & Model Search to Find Custom Wheels
All three of these factors are essential in determining what bolt pattern, diameter, width and offset will work with your 2011 Ford Explorer. This is especially important because, not having proper fitting wheels on your Ford Explorer could lead to damage or threaten the safety of passengers.
Selecting your Vehicle's Year
Knowing the year of your Ford Explorer is important because vehicle manufacturers can change the standard bolt pattern and offset of a car or truck model from year to year.
Selecting your Vehicle's Make
Knowing the make of your Explorer is essential to buying new custom wheels because not all manufacturers use the same standard of bolt pattern or offset as your 2011 Ford Explorer. Some makes are foreign, off-road specific, or made for city and highway driving.
Choosing your Vehicle's Model
Knowing the specific model of your Ford is important because manufacturers can have multiple variations of a specific model. Some of those changes being different bolt patterns and offsets which could affect your wheel selection.
Selecting Your Vehicle's Wheel Size
Keep in mind, if you’re going up in wheel size, your tire’s side wall height will decrease by 5 to 10 percent per inch of wheel height increase.
Going up more than an inch in wheel size?
If you're purchasing with intent of increasing your wheel size (example: more than 6 inches) you will likely need a lift kit to go along with your Ford Explorer. With our sales staff that has over a hundred years of combined experience, we will guarantee your fitment and help you get the proper fitting lift kit if you need it for your Explorer.
If no wheel sizes appear for your vehicle or you have a lift kit, please contact us for assistance. We can have blank wheels drilled or custom built to your vehicle’s specs. We also carry over 50+ other Custom Wheels