I would think that the ride quality would be terrible. Im thinking one pothole and the whole rim, tyre and suspension setup would crap out.bashy - 4/24/2005 4:39 PM
Anyone know if they would fit?
Looking at HRE 940's
I don't know what you're rambling about or who you are referring to or where your examples are but it seems that you're coming off as the "know it all". But if you're referring to me, I just gave my personal oppinion thats all. If you want to ride high on 22's and rub against the wheel well, go ahead. I've restored all types of cars, older VW's, Muscle Cars, hot rods, etc. And I've seen a growing trend of adding bigger rims and completly messing up the stance of the car. Here's an example of a car that doesn't have a right stance.95 S600 Coupe - 6/8/2005 3:00 PM
You guys are being a bit cocky in here.
Sure one can go out and buy "correct" AMG, Carlsson, Lowenhart, Brabus, Klemann wheels for 4-6000 bucks for twenties and brag to your buddies that you have the correct wheels(for a CLS sedan never to be driven over 1000mph???)
I think this is pure garbage.
You can get a number of wheels in both 20 and 22 for the CLS that look great for metro driving and will perform fantasic.
Here are a couple of examples of 22's on the CLS that dont look ridiculous...
By the way, all these wheels are sub 1600 a set!
Get what you want and dont listen to others that "think" they know it all.
Guys this is pretty easy to calculate. You must stay within a few mm of your stock overall diameter.twotonedemon3 - 5/26/2005 11:59 PM
i have 20x8.5 and 20x9.5 wheels that were on my old car would these fit my cls the tires are 245-35-20 and 275-30-20 or do i need to get other tires sizes