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2008 - 2011
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    • Created: 3 months, 3 weeks ago
    • By Ashley Wojnowski

    I have a 2015 GLK 250 with the tire ...

    I have a 2015 GLK 250 with the tire size 235-50R19 and I found a set of used alloys with tires that read 235-60R17. Will these fit my vehicle?

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      • Answered: 3 months, 3 weeks ago
      • By John

      Hi,Ashley Wojnowski,yes,The tire can fit for.For the rims,you also need to confirm the bolt pattern and offset.

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      • Created: 2 months ago
      • By Paul

      I currently have 235/45 R20 with 5 bolt pattern ...

      I currently have 235/45 R20 with 5 bolt pattern on my 2011 GLK350, would a 235/45 R17 5-bolt pattern fit?

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        • Created: 1 month, 2 weeks ago
        • By Jurij

        I would like to fit 9Jx18 ET35 wheels on ...

        I would like to fit 9Jx18 ET35 wheels on my GLK would they fit, as I've checked it should be possible?

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          • Answered: 1 month, 2 weeks ago
          • By John

          Hi,Jurij,The stock rims offset is 47.5mm,I think 35mm is little small.You can use 4-5mm spacers to adapt it.And for the wheels,What the bolt pattern,Does it 5*112?

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          • Created: 1 week, 5 days ago
          • By Edward Cryderman

          WILL RIMS FROM A 2006 c230 FIT ON A ...

          WILL RIMS FROM A 2006 c230 FIT ON A GLK350?

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            • Answered: 1 week, 4 days ago
            • By John

            Hi,Edward Cryderman,The offset for GLK 350 is 47.5mm,But C230 is 31-35.It is uncompatible.

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