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Hi everybody, Since I only use my C200 -07 in the wintertime I'm thinking of putting the summerwheels on my Slk 280 -06 ( R171).
Will it fit?
Data for the two
C 200 Slk280
14x1,50B 12x1,50B
47 37
5x112 5x112
66,6 66,6

Regards Sds2490
 

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Hi everybody, Since I only use my C200 -07 in the wintertime I'm thinking of putting the summerwheels on my Slk 280 -06 ( R171).
Will it fit?
Data for the two
C 200 Slk280
14x1,50B 12x1,50B
47 37
5x112 5x112
66,6 66,6

Regards Sds2490

This would need some clarification.
66,6,and 5x112 is clear.
47 and 37 is probably the offset. 47 seems a bit to high for a SLK to me.
But what the hell is 14x1,50B and 12x1,50B??????
I know sizes of ie 18x7.5 for a rim, 18 inch in diameter and 7,5 inch wide.
But I have absolutely no clue what you mean with 14x1,50B and 12x1,50B.
Surely not 12 and 14 inch rims???????????
 

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Thread size of the bolts ..

for the difference in bolt thread size I wouldn't try it , the offset is way off as well .
 

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Thread size of the bolts ..

for the difference in bolt thread size I wouldn't try it , the offset is way off as well .

Ah, yes ofcourse.
Well, you can't use your bolts from the SLK then, the head won't fit proper in the seating of the rim. You will need bolts with a M12 thread and the head of a M14 bolt. Available here: spurverbreiterung - nach Gewinde&


But as Curro said the offset is also way off.
 
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