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Re: Definitely !! Although I'm not sure about the tire sizes....

Are we talking about a Mercedes or a Pony car?<br><p>??? Pony? If you've actually looked at the underpinnings of the new C, you'd realise that you can not use a 265mm tie up front. Smaller [235] up front and Larger [265] in the rear sounds very reasonable to me, Corvette, NSX...and to Brabus tuners. btw, it's meant to be a sporting sedan, and Gmbh loves the "don't $%^& with me" concept!!!<p>
 

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<br>Does anyone if this wheel size will actually fit on the new C-Class, based on a +35 offset? <br>and a quotation for the following wheel:<p>For a Mercedes C320<p><br>FRONT<br>8,5 x 19 +35 with 235/35-19<br>REAR<br>9,5 x 19 +35 with 265/30-19<br>
 

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Definitely !! Although I'm not sure about the tire sizes....

A 235/35 tire for the front seems to wide. I suggest a 225/35.<p>For the rear 265/30 is pretty wide too !! <p>If the shop will guarantee fitment then go ahead. They'll probably have to roll the rear fenders.<p>Post pics when you have it done !!<p><br>: <br>Does anyone if this wheel size will actually fit on the new C-Class, based on a +35 offset? <br>and a quotation for the following wheel:<p>For a Mercedes C320<p><br>FRONT<br>8,5 x 19 +35 with 235/35-19<br>REAR<br>9,5 x 19 +35 with 265/30-19<br><p>
 

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Re: Definitely !! Although I'm not sure about the tire sizes....

Are we talking about a Mercedes or a Pony car?<br>
 

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<br>: <br>Does anyone if this wheel size will actually fit on the new C-Class, based on a +35 offset? <br>and a quotation for the following wheel:<p>For a Mercedes C320<p><br>FRONT<br>8,5 x 19 +35 with 235/35-19<br>REAR<br>9,5 x 19 +35 with 265/30-19<br><p>i am taking delivery of a c320 in may, i have done much research on the tire question, benz canada, and all the experts tell me that the largest size you can go is 225/50, this size comes with the sport package but you can fit these tires to the <br>eleagance as te wheel size on all c class is 7x16.<br>the 225/50 will give an error of .006% and the maximun permissible error is 5%
 
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