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Does anyone know if a c class factory rim will fit a clk 320 :bowdown:they both are 2004
 

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I did a rim search online and both show the same bolt pattern (5 x 112mm) and offset (42.0) for the base models. So I would say probably, but maybe someone more knowledgeable than I can chime in.

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thanks

ya i thought they would fit too just had to get a second opinion,going put them on next week ill let u know if they fit:thumbsup:
 

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Cool, good luck. The one thing I would watch for is the clearance on the front brake calipers, shouldn't be an issue though.
 

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they fit

just put a set of c class rims on my clk320 they fit fine.just enough space for the calipers thank god , Im using them for my winter rims and tires and i took off my chrome rims .Lets see how the snow tires work this winter:thumbsup:
 

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Did you have to get shorter lug bolts? I had to for my steel winter rims. The ones on AMG rims were too long and didn't leave enough clearance behind the hub.
 

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well i had shorter lug bolts on my rims already so i had to buy longer ones to put the factory c class rims on it. Mercedes was asking $4 each which would have been $100 but i found it on ebay for $60. I had 18's on the car now that i have 16's on the car it drives so smooth and now i cant wait for the snow to see how these snow tires work
 

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It definitely makes a big difference in smoothness, you got a lot more rubber there to soften the bumps :)

As much as I am not a fan of winter it is nice having the winter tires on, I bought Blizzak ws70 and they are pretty nice tires. I haven't had the opportunity to try them out in deep snow yet but on ice/black ice they sure are sweet. I have a lot of highway driving up ahead this winter with trade school so I didn't want to cheap out on tires.
 
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