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Old 02-14-2019, 04:37 AM
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Will e43 wheels fit on a e200?

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Found a great deal on almost new 20 inch e43 rims with winter tyres. The tyre size and rim size seem to be the same as the 20 inch that can be optioned with a e200 amg line. But is the offset different? Anything else to consider?
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The AMG wheels offset is lower on the front rims but theyll fit.
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The AMG wheels offset is lower on the front rims but theyll fit.
Will it need spacers in the front to look right then? Also discovered that the rear tires of the wheels are 275/35-20 which means they are 2,5 cm taller than the front tyres... Maybe better to just buy other wheels?

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So hello from yet another Swede!

Doesn't the E53/E43 lack the wider front-fenders that the E63 has? Meaning that the offset of the same width of wheels should fit without any issue?

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Doesn't the E53 lack the wider front-fenders that the E63 has? Meaning that the offset of the same width of wheels should fit without any issue?
Yes I think so, they are the same price as 18 inch from the dealer so will probably buy them
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Will it need spacers in the front to look right then? Also discovered that the rear tires of the wheels are 275/35-20 which means they are 2,5 cm taller than the front tyres... Maybe better to just buy other wheels?

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Stock is if I am not mistaken around ET40, the E43/53 front wheel has ET20, so they poke out an additional 20mm.s, the stock fenders has no issues fitting the lower offset.
Spacers are only needed with higher ET to clear the calipers.
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Stock is if I am not mistaken around ET40, the E43/53 front wheel has ET20, so they poke out an additional 20mm.s, the stock fenders has no issues fitting the lower offset.
Spacers are only needed with higher ET to clear the calipers.
Oh I got it messed up, thanks alot! Is michelin pilot alpin pa4 european studless winter tyres a bad idea if you live in östergötland (south-ish) or should I opt for nordic studless tyres?
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Jag personligen avskyr nordiska friktionsdäck, de förstör bilens köregenskaper och det känns som att köra en flugsvamp, å andra sidan är Michelin Alpin ett uselt vinterdäck, utmärkt på torrt, väta och slask men odugligt på snö och is.
Det däcket hade nog funkat bättre här nere i norra skåne.

Det är en kompromiss det där, man får väga vinterfäste mot prestanda på asfalt.
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Jag personligen avskyr nordiska friktionsdäck, de förstör bilens köregenskaper och det känns som att köra en flugsvamp, å andra sidan är Michelin Alpin ett uselt vinterdäck, utmärkt på torrt, väta och slask men odugligt på snö och is.
Det däcket hade nog funkat bättre här nere i norra skåne.

Det är en kompromiss det där, man får väga vinterfäste mot prestanda på asfalt.
Ja det är vad jag har hört så blir nog att köra på nokian hakkapelitta som min lokala mercedes handlare rekommenderade, åkte av vägen för två veckor sedan så kan nog leva med ett säkrare flugsvampar till däck . Tack återigen för hjälpen! Grymt snygg s213 förresten!
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What was all that in English? My translator is b0rked. Plus I don't know where it's gone...
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What was all that in English? My translator is b0rked. Plus I don't know where it's gone...
we talked about nordic studless winter tyres, the regular studless winter tyres used in central europe and us (like michelin pilot alpins) are made of too stiff rubber for nordic winters and work therefore very bad in sweden.
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