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Old 07-11-2019, 05:04 PM
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Iím also interested in a set for my c63s sedan with bolts (since oem prob wont fit). Whats the cost with shipping to europe?

New to having spacers and a little worried of any side effects performance wise.. but ready to try.

Is 15mm rear and front the right setup for a more buff look on stock suspension?
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Looks pretty great. Is that car also lowered, or is that the stock/standard height?
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Iím also interested in a set for my c63s sedan with bolts (since oem prob wont fit). Whats the cost with shipping to europe?

New to having spacers and a little worried of any side effects performance wise.. but ready to try.

Is 15mm rear and front the right setup for a more buff look on stock suspension?
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Looks pretty great. Is that car also lowered, or is that the stock/standard height?
So perfect!

The white one is lowered on KW
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I am currently running F: 20mm and R: 17mm spacers on my C63S Sedan with my stock wheels that are F: 19x8.5 et38 and R: 19x9.5 et56. With the spacers the offsets have been brought down to F: et18 and R: et39. I am lowered on H&R VTF adjustable springs that are set pretty low at the moment and the car is sitting super flush, with no rubbing or issues at all.

My QUESTION is that I am getting a set of aftermarket wheels that are going to require a 10-12mm spacer in the front to achieve a similar fitment that I currently have, what spacer would you suggest, so that I don't run into any fitment issues with the long front hub??




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Originally Posted by mdot949 View Post
QUESTION:

I am currently running F: 20mm and R: 17mm spacers on my C63S Sedan with my stock wheels that are F: 19x8.5 et38 and R: 19x9.5 et56. With the spacers the offsets have been brought down to F: et18 and R: et39. I am lowered on H&R VTF adjustable springs that are set pretty low at the moment and the car is sitting super flush, with no rubbing or issues at all.

My QUESTION is that I am getting a set of aftermarket wheels that are going to require a 10-12mm spacer in the front to achieve a similar fitment that I currently have, what spacer would you suggest, so that I don't run into any fitment issues with the long front hub??


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Old 07-15-2019, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by mdot949 View Post
QUESTION:

I am currently running F: 20mm and R: 17mm spacers on my C63S Sedan with my stock wheels that are F: 19x8.5 et38 and R: 19x9.5 et56. With the spacers the offsets have been brought down to F: et18 and R: et39. I am lowered on H&R VTF adjustable springs that are set pretty low at the moment and the car is sitting super flush, with no rubbing or issues at all.

My QUESTION is that I am getting a set of aftermarket wheels that are going to require a 10-12mm spacer in the front to achieve a similar fitment that I currently have, what spacer would you suggest, so that I don't run into any fitment issues with the long front hub??
12mm is our thinnest spacer that clears the hub internally. In stock

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12mm is our thinnest spacer that clears the hub internally. In stock



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Ok thanks, so does that mean that the spacer has a hub lip?
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Ok thanks, so does that mean that the spacer has a hub lip?
Yes it does
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