those specs should work. post pics when you get them in
Just a heads up; you photo shopped those on there backwards. You've got the staggered deep dish rears on the front, and the fronts on the rear. I know, it's not in real life, but just thought you might want to see it properly. When I bought my W208 CLK*, the little corner lot had it's AMG wheels on backward like that, too.Hi friends, I would like to install new rims for my w140, can you tell me if the size would fit?
front rims 8,5 x 18 ET35 / 5x112 if possible with 255/45r18 tires and rear rims 10x18 5x112 ET35 72.6 if possible with 275/40r18 tires thank you very much for your answers, I photoshoped my w140 to give me an idea of the result.
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35 mm offset on a 8.5" wide rim is really at the limit. For your reference, the AMG monoblocks are 18x8.5 ET46.I found some alloys with ET35 and 5X112 18X8.5 would that fit?
Oh right, well guess these don’t match up again, the centre bore is higher than 66mm, but is the 5X112 bolt pattern, no clue if they would fit with the regular bolts from original alloys. You tell me if it’s even worth buying these, sorry, I don’t know much about alloys and tires compared to everything else. Please can you help35 mm offset on a 8.5" wide rim is really at the limit. For your reference, the AMG monoblocks are 18x8.5 ET46.
Also, if those are not MB wheels, do make sure the center bore is 66.56 mm and that the bolt holes can accept M14.
The bore is 74.1 mm. You can purchase a separate centering ring/adapter to reduce that to the MB bore size.the centre bore is higher than 66mm, but is the 5X112 bolt pattern, no clue if they would fit with the regular bolts from original alloys
Oh ok thankyou for your help I really appreciate it, il contact the seller about the bolts and have a look around online for centering ring. Il get back to you if I do need anymore helpThe bore is 74.1 mm. You can purchase a separate centering ring/adapter to reduce that to the MB bore size.
The original bolts will most likely NOT fit. However, it is also easy to find bolts with the correct length, as long as the wholes are wide enough for M14 (many European cars use M12).
Check with the seller.
Very wise choice. The AS 3+ are hard and I have the MXM4 on my E class Wagon and they are great. Poor reviews on tirerack but (pah!) they are, in fact, excellent. Good quality older design Michelins, not like some of the modern Michelin BS.A few weeks ago I bought new tires for my '94 S500 coupe. They were Michelin Sport AS 3+ and I didn't like them one bit!! Seemed to ride very hard so I replaced them with Michelin Primacy MXM4 today. Size: 245/45-18. Highly recommend these tires vs the Sports.
If you're interested in the DETAILS of the sizes, the new lug bolts, how-to-compute speedometer changes (you shouldn't do that!), check out the link here This web page details my initial purchase of a larger wheel and tire from the stock wheels/tires (235/60-16) done in 2007.
The wheels and tires are detailed and the problems that I had. It is interesting reading esp if somebody is thinking about going from a 'stock' wheel to a custom size. Lots of things you need to know. Even the problem with the correct lug bolts is detailed. Just as important is the speedometer calibration which is also shown.