Offset for a 190E

Dr Benz

New Member
Joined
Jul 17, 2003
Messages
3
Location
Australia
Car
Pajero
Does any one no the offset for a 190E?

Cheers, Josh.
 

scotth_uk

MB Enthusiast
Joined
May 16, 2003
Messages
2,570
Location
Sydney
Car
Renault
Careful with the offset if purchasing alloys - I had a slight disagreement with the guy at the wheel place when purchasing my new replicas. He swore that he had been fitting alloys to Merc 190Es for 15 years and knew all about it.

I showed him my owner's manual and he freaked out (after having told me that my car had been lowered at one stage, had been modified, etc.).....

In my 190e manual/book I have the original wheels listed in the
technical specifications section with an ET number of 49 for the 6 x 15 and ET number of 42 for the 7 x 15.

He thought that they were in the 30's.
 
OP
OP
D

Dr Benz

New Member
Joined
Jul 17, 2003
Messages
3
Location
Australia
Car
Pajero
Don, the car will be getting a zender wide body kit, some maybe 18x8s? or 17x8's?. im not to sure on the width atm, as im not sure how much wider the zender flares are.
 

Limited Edition

Active Member
Joined
Jan 11, 2003
Messages
127
Location
Virginia Beach, VA USA
Car
1993 190E (3)
Sounds like the offset should be between 32-35MM. Here is a link to a US Specific 190E Forum that members post their wheel size and offset. Click Me

Regards,

Don
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top Bottom