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18" wheels on 300CE 1990

I have I a 1990 300ce with stock suspension and 16" wheels. I am thinking of buying 18" and I was wondering if these would fit my car

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Size: 18x8.5 Front / 18x9.5 Rear
Bolt Pattern: 5x112
Finish: Silver Machined Face
Offset: 30 Front / 35 Rear
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Here's how to figure it out for yourself:
Wheel Offset Calculator

You may need wheel bolts of a different length with different wheels. Expect to pay anywhere from $2.5 to $5 each.

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Here's how to figure it out for yourself:
Wheel Offset Calculator

You may need wheel bolts of a different length with different wheels. Expect to pay anywhere from $2.5 to $5 each.
But I don't know the offset on my wheels
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Neither do we. You need to pull a front one off and a rear one off. On the inside, you'll see number cast in. The number next to "ET" is your offset. The other two numbers are diameter and width. Diameter and width are in inches, et in mm.

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