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Old 10-21-2017, 09:27 PM
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I think you'd need to get wider rear fenders for that.
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19x10 et48

Looking at picking up a set of wheels front will be 19x8.5 et45 (235/35) and rear's running 19x10 et48 (275/30). Currently running on H&R springs. It appears those who are running this spring setup are fine running 19x10 et50 also running 275/30, with that being said if i run et48 that's 2mm closer to the rotors which means i shouldn't have any issues or do i have that reversed?
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Looking at picking up a set of wheels front will be 19x8.5 et45 (235/35) and rear's running 19x10 et48 (275/30). Currently running on H&R springs. It appears those who are running this spring setup are fine running 19x10 et50 also running 275/30, with that being said if i run et48 that's 2mm closer to the rotors which means i shouldn't have any issues or do i have that reversed?
You have it backwards ET +48 is 2mm closer to the fender/quarter panel than ET +50. You may be able to run 275 lowered on H&R springs and you may not. May also depend on the tire shape being more square or rounded on the shoulder. You will also need a 10 to 12 mm spacer on the front to be flush.
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Hi Guys,
I've been trying to sell my rims (sold the car) and have been getting a ton of "will they fit" questions so I'll ask the experts here for help!

They are Vossen VFS1's, 20x8.5 +44 and 20x10 +55. They fit on my C63 with spacers (I think I had a 3mm and 5mm spacer for back/front).

Can you help me find out if they fit both the w211 and also the w216 (08 cl63)? I'm pretty sure they fit both but might need spacers...

Thanks in advance!!!
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Oh man. Those look perfect on your car. Very subtle and tasteful. Well done. I love the FF wheels from HRE. I just wish they allowed for a wider tire out back. I would like a 265 or 275.
They do, I have the FF15 with 275 Michelin PSS in the back.
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You have it backwards ET +48 is 2mm closer to the fender/quarter panel than ET +50. You may be able to run 275 lowered on H&R springs and you may not. May also depend on the tire shape being more square or rounded on the shoulder. You will also need a 10 to 12 mm spacer on the front to be flush.
Not to disagree with you, but from what I've researched, that is incorrect. The +48 is closer to the center than +50. Can you please site your source of reference? Here's a video that substantiate what I've seen through multiple sites.


http://www.tsw.com/explore/what-is-wheel-offset.php
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Originally Posted by enforcer View Post
Not to disagree with you, but from what I've researched, that is incorrect. The +48 is closer to the center than +50. Can you please site your source of reference? Here's a video that substantiate what I've seen through multiple sites.


http://www.tsw.com/explore/what-is-wheel-offset.php
He posted just what that link says, I think you might be misunderstanding the link. A +0 offset is lots of poke outside the fenders. A +50 is tucked inside the wheel wells.
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He posted just what that link says, I think you might be misunderstanding the link. A +0 offset is lots of poke outside the fenders. A +50 is tucked inside the wheel wells.

Again, maybe its work that's destroying my ability to comprehend this apparently simple thing, lol. Zero"0" offset is dead center middle of the wheel , anything in the positive "+" direction is moving towards the outside/curbside/fender side which ever one makes sense to you. Any number in the negative "-" is moving towards the inside of the vehicle, correct. So ideally you would want the lowest number that will fit to avoid rubbing the fender correct? So a +48 offset will be closer to the inside hub vs a +50 offset, so if i can find a 19x10 that has a lower offset +48 vs +50 i would want the lower number.
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Again, maybe its work that's destroying my ability to comprehend this apparently simple thing, lol. Zero"0" offset is dead center middle of the wheel , anything in the positive "+" direction is moving towards the outside/curbside/fender side which ever one makes sense to you. Any number in the negative "-" is moving towards the inside of the vehicle, correct. So ideally you would want the lowest number that will fit to avoid rubbing the fender correct? So a +48 offset will be closer to the inside hub vs a +50 offset, so if i can find a 19x10 that has a lower offset +48 vs +50 i would want the lower number.
Fact, if both wheels are the exact same width, the +48 offset will be closer to the fender/outside of car, or “more aggressive” in its attempt at being flush, the +50 will be more conservative as it relates to “being flush”

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Again, maybe its work that's destroying my ability to comprehend this apparently simple thing, lol. Zero"0" offset is dead center middle of the wheel , anything in the positive "+" direction is moving towards the outside/curbside/fender side which ever one makes sense to you. Any number in the negative "-" is moving towards the inside of the vehicle, correct. So ideally you would want the lowest number that will fit to avoid rubbing the fender correct? So a +48 offset will be closer to the inside hub vs a +50 offset, so if i can find a 19x10 that has a lower offset +48 vs +50 i would want the lower number.
Try this site to see if it helps you visualize what is happening. Look at the picture in the example that comes up. I set the wheel size in both existing and new to be the same and the existing offset to +40mm and the new offset to a smaller +20mm. The large difference in offsets will make it easier to see the difference. You will see the smaller numeric positive offset is more aggressive and the wheel is pushed out closer to the fender. The new setup is highlighted in green in the picture and shows the wheel pokes out 20mm more toward the fender.

http://www.willtheyfit.com/index.php...6-5&offset2=20
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Try this site to see if it helps you visualize what is happening. Look at the picture in the example that comes up. I set the wheel size in both existing and new to be the same and the existing offset to +40mm and the new offset to a smaller +20mm. The large difference in offsets will make it easier to see the difference. You will see the smaller numeric positive offset is more aggressive and the wheel is pushed out closer to the fender. The new setup is highlighted in green in the picture and shows the wheel pokes out 20mm more toward the fender.

http://www.willtheyfit.com/index.php...6-5&offset2=20

Thanks for the visual make its easier to see. Thank you
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Hi everyon,
this is my 1st post in the C63 forum. My wife just bought me a 15 C63 for my birthday. I'm currently still in my W208 CLK55 which has Monoblock VI's. I've found a set of 19's 8.5 & 9.5. ET is 45 on both front & rear.
does anyone have any experience with monoblock on C63's. I just need to be 100% before I buy these. I've been reading forums for 3 days but can't find any one running monoblock's
I'm not planning on dropping or any mods other than red calipers to match the interior
Or is anyone running 19 9.5 ET 45 on the rear?? Issues??






Thanks everyone ��

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