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Another wheel fitment question

Would this wheel fit on a 2005 SLK55 AMG (standard model)?

Size F 19x8, R 19x9
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 112
Offset: F +45 R+54


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With that ET figures, fronts will be ok.
If you compare with mine fronts will stay inside about 20mm.

IMO, rears will be ok as well, compared to some wide tires, used in here.
But it will stay way inside the wheel arc. Compared to the picture on my signature it sill stay inside about 20mm. You will need at leat 20mm spacers to look good. I have installed 20mm more spacers with long bolts now. It looks flush when aired out. But with standart 55 suspension, I don't think you need this much. But you will definetely need spacers to show them

You can compare from here: http://www.voxwheels.com/
From the wheel offset view, you can compare ET figures. (including wheel offsets)


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