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W463 owner looking for W460 or older "style" wheel for winter tires

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New 2002 G500 owner looking to find a retro style (or simple) steel wheel to put winter tires on. I currently have the 18" AMG wheels, and am thinking something 16", steel, with a look something like these (attached).

From what I can tell, that actual wheel will not fit on a 2002, or the W463 anyway, so maybe there's a knockoff or even different offset from original MFR. I've searched threads and didn't find exactly what I was looking for and knew my new brothers here could help.

Thanks for the insight!
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Mercedes-Benz Gelaendewagen G 460, 461, 463 stock and custom wheels, bolts and center caps, all specifications. Felgen und Radschrauben fuer G-Klasse with 5/130 bolt pattern


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I've seen these with bbs ra wheels on them. I am not sure, but I think I've seen them with 5x112 when I know some MB trucks don't have 5x112 pcd.

What size tires do you currently have?

Do you know the bolt pattern / PCD? (sorry I don't and haven't looked it up yet).

Can you take a look at your brakes and see if they protrude beyond the mounting surface?

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The 463 series have a 5 x 130 bolt pattern. I searched high and low for options when I had my 2002 G500. Even bought a set from a 460.
The issue is the clearance of the calipers. What I ended up doing is purchasing a set of OEM euro spec wheels from Vlad at 4x4club.
He will be your best resource for your Gwagen

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Some say they have used wheels from a Sprinter van, but I can not vouch for that. I do know they have the same bolt pattern 5 x 130

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Thanks, All. Great ideas and insight. Appreciate it all around. It's starting to get cold here in the desert and they're shutting down some of the mountain roads, so time to make a decision! Thanks.
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