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Old 08-06-2005, 12:15 AM
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AMG Mono Block for 95 E320A

I have a set of AMG 17" Mono Block rims, but I want to get a pair of the same 17" Rims that look the same but with a lip. I dont care of they are real AMG or some other brand that make look alikes.

As long as they look like my AMGs but with a lip its all good. I am absolutly new, so I dont even know any brands or names or websites, I took a look on tirerack, but I am not sure if those have a lip.

Anyways here is my car any help would be great.
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Don't give me any lip.

My impression is that the hub and fender combination of the W124 tends to force you to use a wheel and offset that does not readily allow for a lip. I thought the flat face was a critical fitment feature, not just a design element. I have seen some W124 cars with lip, however, and I think they must roll their fenders and use AMG fender spacers to fit wider wheels that have some lip. I am not an expert, but that is how I thought it worked. Otherwise, I think you would see more W124s with lip.

I have seen AMGs with a polished lip and although it is not a bigger lip, the polishing seems to make the lip more noticeable.
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hey Tik, your cabrio is stunning by the way
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hey Tik, your cabrio is stunning by the way

Thank you I love it. It was between this or the faster M3. This car just has unsurpassed style.
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Can someone please tell me exactly what kind of a rim I have. I know they are AMG Monoblock but what is the rest of the name?
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Yeah usually on the factory installs with amg like the c36 the front was the "lipless" whereas the rear was the deeper one...from what I have noticed. Only the aftermarket has the thin lip in the rears. When i bought them the picture showed a lip but when they arrived they were the lipless on all 4...I just forgot about it and figured it was good enough.
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Doesn't the w210 E55 have the same rims as mine but with a lip? Where can I get those in 17" and will it fit my w124 cabrio?
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