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Hello all,

I am looking into the Alzor 803 wheels for my W202 17x8 front 17x9 rear ET30. ECS says they will fit but came across someone that mentioned you will need raised center caps??? Any info on this to include specifics such as which lug sizes, spacers etc. would be appreciated

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Never heard of raised center caps for use.
From past, all center caps, pretty much sit flush on any wheel, unless there is an intention for esthetics.
Source?

I've used in past, amg monoblocks on our w202:
staggered 18x8 ET31 / 18x9 ET35
225 40 18 / 265 35 18
No rubbing issues on a lowered ride.

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Never heard of raised center caps for use.
From past, all center caps, pretty much sit flush on any wheel, unless there is an intention for esthetics.
Source?

I've used in past, amg monoblocks on our w202:
staggered 18x8 ET31 / 18x9 ET35
225 40 18 / 265 35 18
No rubbing issues on a lowered ride.

Contact a supplier for the details
Never heard of raised center caps for use.
From past, all center caps, pretty much sit flush on any wheel, unless there is an intention for esthetics.
Source?

I've used in past, amg monoblocks on our w202:
staggered 18x8 ET31 / 18x9 ET35
225 40 18 / 265 35 18
No rubbing issues on a lowered ride.

Contact a supplier for the details
Thanks for the quick response. I prefer the flush caps I was reading that the use of these Alzor 803 wheels on certain models need raised caps due to the grease cap on the fronts not allowing them to fit properly. I guess I will see when I get them. Hoping to hear more info on these!!!
 
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