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2001 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class Wheel Specs

Wheel Specs

Lug Nut Size - M14 x 1.5

Buy Lug Nuts on amazon. When measuring your lug nut sizes, you'll need to pay attention to two separate numbers. The first number indicates the diameter of the stud, and for metric-sized nuts this is measured in millimeters between threads.

Standard lug nuts are denoted by a second number which expresses thread pitch in terms of how many threads per inch there are on that particular nut or bolt. As an example, a 12mmx1.25 sized lug nut will have both 12mm diameter as well as 1.25 mm thread pitch!

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Bolt Pattern - 5x112

The bolt pattern (PCD) is essential for wheel fitment because it determines the compatibility of the aftermarket rims with the car's hub.

The number of lug holes on the wheel should match the number of studs on the hub, and the distance between the holes should be identical. Change your vehicle's bolt pattern by installing wheel adapters to match the lug scheme of the wheels that are to be installed.

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Hub Bore Size - 66.6 mm

Find cool-looking Center Caps on Amazon. What is the center bore of a car wheel? The hole at its middle that meets with a hub. A new set of rims must have exactly the same dimension to fit properly on your vehicle. Otherwise, you may soon lose your wheels while turning corners!

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What are the wheel dimensions of a Mercedes-Benz CL-Class?

Do you have a desire of your personal 2001 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class to look marvelous and trendy with a new set of wheels? Please don't waste your time and energy on research, since from now our devoted team will show all you need to understand about switching wheels. And let's start with the standard wheel features: diameter, width, center hole, and bolt fitment.The first feature of the wheel is measured without a tiresport and generally falls between 14 and 19 ". The greater sizes belong to sport cars, SUVs, and lorries. One can find the details concerning the rim size in the very owner's handbook or in the charts following below.

The tire size of the 2001 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class depends upon the wheel width, and as soon as you know it, you may pick up from a variety of tire features. The center hole of the new wheel dictates its fitting to your personal auto. If the new hole is larger than the standard one, then a spigot ring may assist. But if the new wheel's hole is smaller, it won't serve your model. The main wheel features to take into account are bolt patterns and wheel offset. Once the amount of bolts and the intervals between them doesn't coincide with the ones from your wheel, such elements won't match your 2001 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class.


Sometimes automobile manufacturers make the same model vehicle in more than one factory location. We have seen cases where vehicles made in different factories use different wheel and tire combinations or attachment hardware.

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