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*I'm not too familiar with what these can fit, maybe some members can chime in. They were going to go on my 1994 E36T which I think I would have needed spacers for.
if you meant E36 Touring, then these would never fit ANY mercedes. BMW and MB bolt patterns are different which is basic info.

Im sure you couldve better worded your post. If this should fit MBs, then it should be 5x112 pattern. Does it come with the carlsson spacers? hubcentric rings? if not then this would not fit as-is

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I have a 1994 E320 wagon with a c36 drivetrain swap, hence E36. T because I am denoting that it is a wagon. These are 5x112. I don't know what you mean by the spacers and hubcentric rings comment. You will need spacers if you need a lower offset for your car. You don't need hubcentric rings unless you are putting these on an audi or VW. As far as fitment goes, interested buyers can reference this chart for fitment on their own vehicle.

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I have the same carlsson 1/6 18x8.5 ET40. It came with 5mm hub centric spacers making it ET35. I wanted it to sit flush inside the fenders so I removed the spacers. Then I found that it needed hub centric/centering rings in order for me to mount the wheels directly without the spacers. Without the centering rings it will vibrate or wobble per my tire guy.

I was wondering, how did you mount 19 x 10 ET45 into your 94E320 wagon ? IIRC, 8.5 ET40 is the max, any thing wider and higher ET would scrape the front strut or inner fender well in the rear, granting the lips were rolled.

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I didn't mount them. These are not made for a w124 fitment.
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I didn't mount them. These are not made for a w124 fitment.
Your original post stated that it would go to your 1994 W124 wagon. So, I thought you found a way to mount it.

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Your original post stated that it would go to your 1994 W124 wagon. So, I thought you found a way to mount it.

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You could fit them in a wagon, but you have to s-t-r-e-t-c-h the tires. You have to have the hubcentric rings otherwise you wouldnt be able to drive them above 30mph



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yeah I can't afford 19" tires right now . And you are correct, the wheels do come with hub centric spacers, I can't believe I didn't see them before.
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