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Old 01-10-2005, 10:26 AM
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Does anyone know the bolt pattern size of our CF wheels? I'm trying to get a 19X8 (F) and 20X9 (R). Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-10-2005, 10:55 AM
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Default Re: Bolt Pattern for Crossfire wheels

The bolt pattern is Mercedes ,ask any wheel store .The offsets are different.
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Old 01-10-2005, 07:38 PM
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Default Re: Bolt Pattern for Crossfire wheels

Try this. I pulled from a post from andrew around 11/22/04 I think.

FRONT:
18x7.5"
5x112
ET 35 (offset)
225/40/18
66.5

REAR:
19x9"
5x112
ET 22 (offset)
255/35/19
66.5

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Dave, Same info I had.
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Default Re: Bolt Pattern for Crossfire wheels

Can I put 18's all the way around my car without anything going wrong?
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:50 PM
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Can I put 18's all the way around my car without anything going wrong?
wow, 8 year old thread brought back from the dead.
Yes you can run 18's all the way, I do it for the street and racing
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wow, 8 year old thread brought back from the dead.
Yes you can run 18's all the way, I do it for the street and racing

Thank you so much!!!
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Default Re: Bolt Pattern for Crossfire wheels

This thread is still very helpfull as I am looking to keep the same size in the front but want a19x10.5 in the rear. Reason is I went with a wider tire in the rear 275/30/19 for more traction off the gate at the track but started experiencing some tire roll on the rim when taking wide curves at highway speeds. If I increase the width from 9" to 10.5" this should stretch the tire in a similar manner as the stock set-up. Does this sound right or will I run into other issues? Thanks in advanced. Also what does the 66.5 signify?
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Old 08-01-2013, 03:53 PM
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. Also what does the 66.5 signify?
66.5 is the diameter in millimeters of the hub bore. For instance, if you were to find some OE Volkswagen wheels, even though they also use 5x112 they will not fit because VW uses a 57.1mm hub. So the wheel will not contact the rotor hat...
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:32 PM
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Would these fit on the rear for slicks?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/16-610-Silver-Wheel-Rim-Fits-Mercedes-C-E-S-Class-SLK-CLK-CLS-51mm-/290685658210?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Wheels&vxp=mtr&hash=item43ae372462
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Not Likely, at least not well. A 51 offset is way too high.
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Not Likely, at least not well. A 51 offset is way too high.
would that bump out the wheels to far
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would that bump out the wheels to far
No, it would push it in too far. The higher the offset, the further under the car.
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No, it would push it in too far. The higher the offset, the further under the car.
What? Please explain.

I am trying to maintain the face of the wheel and fender relationship. I assume appearance is the second requirement of this experiment.
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No, it would push it in too far. The higher the offset, the further under the car.
What? Please explain.

I am trying to maintain the face of the wheel and fender relationship. I assume appearance is the second requirement of this experiment.
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wow, 8 year old thread brought back from the dead.
Yes you can run 18's all the way, I do it for the street and racing.

Hope you're still up on this site. I have the opposite question for you. I'd like to run the back set of tires and rims on the front, all 4 being the same size as the factory tires and rims. Is this possible without any damage, modifications or serious of handling?
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NO. I tried a set of OEM 19's on front of mine, never drove it though cause the tires stick out from the fenders.
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NO. I tried a set of OEM 19's on front of mine, never drove it though cause the tires stick out from the fenders.
How much? Was it a significant amount, over 1-2inches?
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about an inch as I recall.
They were standard 255 tires
maybe you could drop back to a 225, but that would look odd on a 9.5" rim
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about an inch as I recall.
They were standard 255 tires
maybe you could drop back to a 225, but that would look odd on a 9.5" rim
Sounds good. I appreciate your time and since I want to get some new factory rims, I may just put the old ones on the front to check out. I ll
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