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I want to buy a set of steel rims and winter tyres for my 10-plate Mercedes-Benz B180 CDI auto.

I would like to fit a smaller rim with a narrower tyre of higher profile. There seems to be a problem with the size of rim needed to fit over the brake discs.

Asked on 20 April 2011 by TWHL

Answered by Honest John
Consult www.rarerims.co.uk Yes there will be a minimum size you can go down to that will still fit around the brake discs and calipers. Probably 16".
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