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Old 12-29-2006, 04:43 PM
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wheel bolts for 8 hole rims

Does anyone know or have a chart for the proper part number or name for the lugs that go with the 92 and up (I believe) 8 hole wheels from the E class? I have 4 nice wheels waiting for me at the scrap yard but can't find the lugs for them. I really don't want to pay more for them than the wheels either! I have the long shaft chrome ones from a late 80's SEL that I use on my 83 SEL but they are supposedly too thick at the bevel for the 8 hole rims. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Andy
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Old 12-29-2006, 04:59 PM
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MB doesn't sell the long shaft anymore. Should be #000.990.10.07
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by TX76513 View Post
MB doesn't sell the long shaft anymore. Should be #000.990.10.07
That lug bolt is 61 mm in length, and the number has been replaced by 2034010270, the other alternative if youre looking for the shoulder type (really long like Gen II W126) 1244000770 Is that, and is the 'longer' kind, 85 mm IIRC.
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Old 01-01-2007, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by TX76513 View Post
MB doesn't sell the long shaft anymore. Should be #000.990.10.07
Really? My Indie managed to procure a new set of lugs for my spare tire (with the OEM 8-hole rim), since I am running aftermarket rims on my W124 (shorter lugs). I've had a flat since then and thank God, I had the longer lugs to replace the flat tire with the spare...otherwise I would have been stranded!
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