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Hi,
Is it possible to put 22 inch rims on my 300C? Is it boo big?
The factory 18 inch looks too small.

thanks.
 

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Have you read any posts on this forum???
 

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just did...the answer is yes. I saw one car with 22 inch...looks nice.
I guess any 5 lug rims would fit??? Is there any restriction?
 

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rbox said:
just did...the answer is yes. I saw one car with 22 inch...looks nice.
I guess any 5 lug rims would fit??? Is there any restriction?
I don't mean to be rude, but keep reading. All the answers to your questions can be found using the Search function and more.

If you can't find the answers you need, feel free to ask.
 

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Seek and ye shall find the answers...

Not trying to be too smart here (OK just a little), but there are dozens and dozens of photos here with lots of different 22's.

There are very specifics on the bolt spacing and offsets that need to be adhered to. Start at the beginning of some of the threads that have anything to do with "22" in the title and you'll learn a lot real fast. There's lots of gracious people here to then answer any remaining questions.

Almost forgot to say: Welcome to the forums.
 

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go to the VISUAL MODIFICATION section of this forum and look theres tons of threads with 22"s
 

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rbox said:
just did...the answer is yes. I saw one car with 22 inch...looks nice.
I guess any 5 lug rims would fit??? Is there any restriction?
The restrictions are - they must be made to fit you car. Having 5 lugs means little. Just about every vehicle make has its own specifications for wheels. Here are a few 5 lug bolt specs:

Mercedes
5x112

BMW
5x120

2005 Chrysler 300
5x115

2004 Chrysler 300M
5x114.3

Jaguar
5x108
5x102.65

However, the bolt pattern is only one of the specifications to consider. You must also match center bore and offset.
 
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