212 Sport Staggered 18's - what are they called?

Londonscottish

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Hi there,

I've got a 2010 pre-facelift 212.

I'd like to take my existing Avantgarde 17's off and replace them with staggered 18's that the Sports came with.

Can anyone tell me what the proper name is and/or part numbers.

I found some on the brochure saying "5 Twin Spoke Design", standard on the Sport.

Is that really the name?
 

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info nicked off a well known alloy wheel website, I think these are the ones

Front Wheels: 8.5Jx18 ET48 (p/n AMG B66031468 - A2124012302)
Rear Wheels: 9Jx18 ET54 (p/n AMG B66031469 - A2124012402)
 

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info nicked off a well known alloy wheel website, I think these are the ones

Front Wheels: 8.5Jx18 ET48 (p/n AMG B66031468 - A2124012302)
Rear Wheels: 9Jx18 ET54 (p/n AMG B66031469 - A2124012402)
info nicked off a well known alloy wheel website, I think these are the ones

Front Wheels: 8.5Jx18 ET48 (p/n AMG B66031468 - A2124012302)
Rear Wheels: 9Jx18 ET54 (p/n AMG B66031469 - A2124012402)

Those are the part numbers for the pre-facelift "AMG 18 inch 6-twin-spoke design". I have the price list/brochure and that is simply how they are described. So no unique name and probably need to go on part numbers.

On the facelift Sport they reverted to a 5-twin-spoke design, and again, no 'proper' name but part numbers A2124010400 (rear). A2124013602 (front).

Ebay and Ebay.de is also good place for viewing/ascertaining the part numbers.
 

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