Interesting. The steelies on my 460 sure seem to have a LOT more offset than 37mm. I'll have to check when I get home. Harald's page lists wheels with both 460 and 463 part numbers with 63mm offset, but only lists wheels with 460 part numbers (aluminum wheels) as 37/38 mm offset.ewalberg - 4/27/2005 5:13 PM
all 460's all et37
all 463's all et63 (accept for MBUSA trucks... et43)....
hmm, not to sure about that all.4x4abc - 4/27/2005 6:35 PM
all 460 axles have a track width of 1425 mm
all 463 axles have a track width of 1475 mm
all 463 (armored) axles have a track width of 1555 mm
I dont get this this theory!If you use 7" or 7.5" wheels combined with wide tires you need spacers on the 460 because the tires would sit too far into the fender wells (due to the narrower axles - one inch narrower on each side than the 463) and would rub in turns. That's why the wider tires on the 460 were always combined with the 7" (ET 37 mm) alloy wheel.