can ford edge limited awd 20" chrome clad alum wheel ring be replaced

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Asked by Aug 11, 2012 at 04:20 PM about the Ford Edge

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2011 ford edge limited bearing 20 chrome clad  alum. wheels can I  have the ring replaced intstead of having to buy the entire wheel.  victim of currbing and it tore that fake stuff on the ring

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I found out the answer by contacting a Ford dealership. The entire wheel has to be replaced at a cost of approx. 900.00 dollars, one wheel. The Ford parts man told me it was an error on the people at Ford for coming up with that type of wheel. However, I typed in 2012 used Ford Edge wheels and got one "like new" for 400.00 dollars. It looks good. Also you can go to web sites and get a solid new set of wheels [4] for 900 bucks that are solid chrome. that's what I'll do if she curbs another one

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