Date registered: Feb 2017
Vehicle: 1995 C220
Location: Wisconsin USA
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Ok, we can get this sorted out.
DO check the suspension bolts under load, it does make a difference. I like, to use a torque wrench to be certain every bolt is the same preload. Oddly I found no specs for that...
Your vibration is from the mismatched combo of parts. Wrong fastener type/size/length etc... can have a profound impact on the ride quality. (Saying nothing about performance, safety issues)
So to ensure that you are driving a safe car...your own safety and others.... please get the correct parts.
Ideally you would get the correct wheels for your application, spacers are never a good idea.
Do they work...usually. Are they the best option for optimal performance and safety...nope.
Not preaching, but you are putting tremendous shearing forces on the components, stacking tolerances with the double spacers in front, increasing the leverage on the suspension components, not to mention early failure of the bearings. And bushings. Why again are you needing the wheels spaced out from the hub? Just aesthetics, or is it a fitment issue?