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POLL - AFTERMARKET WHEEL OWNERS

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C-Class (W204) 2008 - 2014: C180K, C200K, C230, C280, C300, C350, C200CDI, C220CDI, C320CDI
View Poll Results: Do you notice vibration from installing aftermarket 18, 19 or 20" wheels on your W204
No - Everything runs pretty much like stock
5
71.43%
Yes - at most speeds
1
14.29%
Yes - from 65+
1
14.29%
Yes - from the front wheels (can feel it in the column)
0
0%
Yes - from the rear wheels
0
0%
Yes - At high speeds from the front
0
0%
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Old 07-27-2009, 09:43 AM
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POLL - AFTERMARKET WHEEL OWNERS

Hey guys - was just curious as to how many of you running 18" or higher AFTERMARKET wheels notice vibrations in the steering column or car in general?

Thanks for the input,

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As far as I remember if there's any kind of vibration, something is wrong.
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As far as I remember if there's any kind of vibration, something is wrong.
Haha +1!

It's true, as long as your getting the right offsets, quality wheels, proper tyres, there shouldn't be any problems whatsoever.
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I haven't had any problems yet. It's been pretty smooth except that I constantly slow down for bumps and avoid holes like the plague leading to lots of weaving hahaha!

If you have vibration problems, your wheels are not balanced. Best to take them in and get them re-balanced.
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