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    Default What's is needed to run these wheels?

    Hey everybody, I want to fit my CCW classics and use a 10mm or 15mm spacer on my 1985 Mercedes 190E but I don't know what is necessary in order for me to do so.

    Wheel specs are:
    70.3 centerbore
    5x114.3 pattern

    Vehicle specs are:
    66.6 hub bore?
    12x1.5x40 stock wheel bolt length


    I know I need 12x1.5 wobble bolts but what length? As for spacers should they be hubcentric to prevent vibration and do they make spacers that fit 66.6 hub bore and get wider to 70.3 at the end? Any input is much appreciated.

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    If you are trying to dial in the spaces size - use stacked washers to "make" the spacer. That way you will know/see what spacers you need. Will help with lug bolt lengths too.

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    Do they make spacers that fit a 66.6 hub and a 70.3 centerbore?
    Last edited by zoo; 01-02-2016 at 09:26 AM.

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    I guess I'll just buy some hub centric rings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_tA_4 View Post
    Do they make spacers that fit a 66.6 hub and a 70.3 centerbore?
    You can get those made, try Adaptec.

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    If you want a 15mm, just call Adaptec Speedware and get some 15mm adapters and they can do 66.6 hub side and 70.3 wheel side.
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    Thanks brother!

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    What's the offset and size of the wheels.

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