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post #31 of 65 (permalink) Old 02-03-2014, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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That is what I saw with my w110. I tried some 16x7.5 wheels, and the hit the steering arm in the front. I have some spacers I can try, but, I would prefer the clk wheels for the reason you mention, lighter weight

Just don't want to buy wheels and they don't fit.

-- brett
Whats the off set on the 16x7.5 you have, a low number should be better.

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Got home and just checked. They are 16x8 rims with an offset of ET 34.
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Got home and just checked. They are 16x8 rims with an offset of ET 34.
What wheels are they, do you have photos ?

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Picture of rim on the car...

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Picture of rim on the car...

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Not sure about that look ....... They are on the heavy side right ?

Are you getting rubbing now ?

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They are somewhat heavy. The rims hit the steering arm on the inside.

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Karl,

Are you using lug bolts or lug nuts? If you converted to nuts, where did you get the studs?

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Karl,

Are you using lug bolts or lug nuts? If you converted to nuts, where did you get the studs?

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The short stock lugs will work with these wheels, but I am using spacers so am using longer lugs
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Good. So, where did you get the longer lugs?

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