yes, good question. But do you feel like reading my below answer now? ... lolRims look good, but Im confused. Why did you get different offsets???
The rims are 8" wide all around and you have the same size tire all around.
Why would you get the rear rims with a 5mm different offset??
Well I read that entire post, and I see your issue. I would have made the shopyes, good question. But do you feel like reading my below answer now? ... lol
Well, the shop only paid for one new rim and remounted and re-balanced the 2 new rims for free. Even this was a week-long battle. You're looking for best deals, you're always running a risk of finding substandard service...Well I read that entire post, and I see your issue. I would have made the shop
buy all 4 rims in +35 and let them keep the set of +40. Not your fault they
screwed them up. You bought a set of brand new rims, so you should get a set
of brand new rims. You should try running a 5mm spacer on your fronts now. I
know it will be hard to find, but find a set that are hub centric. If I remember
correctly, the hub on the E is only 5 or 6 mm thick. The set I have are universal,
and they are not hub centric. I use them for measuring only, I have never run
them on the E. But I remember thinking I would need hub centric ones if I were
ever going to run them. Keep us posted on how things go.
Well, I always use the SC tire size. 225/55 R18 X 7 +45. They are basicallygreat! good to know thanks
how's the rear, though?
wait, is your wheel size ratio the same as OEM though? Mine's higher by 10.1mm