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7 126 wheels...good for winter

I have 7 126 wheels for sale. I was looking for an extra set to mount snow tires on and was told they would fit my car. Although they looked the same, the offset is not correct. Lesson learned. They are obviously used, but would serve the purpose. I have no idea what the going rate is for these, so I will start at $40/wheel and take offers from there. Shipping extra. I am located in St Paul MN.

5 are 6Jx15H2 ET49.
2 are 6.5Jx15H2 ET49
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MNMB,

Sorry to inform you that the ET49 will not fit the 126. The required offset would either be 21.5 or 25. These are probably from a W201 (190).

Photos of typical wheels on a 190
http://www.benzworld.org/forums/sale...16v-2-5-a.html


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Thanks Mike. I guess that's why they didn't fit my SEL.

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