will wheels from a 1988 300E fit a 1995 420E?

I have original alloy wheels from a 1988 300E and also steel wheels that were used during winter on same car. Need to know if these
wheels will fit my 1995 420E?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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you can read the specs on the tires from both cars and call a tyre shop i would think.It should be easy to find out
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Both are W124 chassis, both 5x112, 35-42 offset, 66.6 bore, and http://www.tirerack.com gives pretty much the same selection of aftermarket wheels, so they *should* fit.
HOWEVER, it's best to actually try the wheel on the car before tossing the old ones in the trash.
You need to make sure that:
1 - The center bores are the same, so the wheel will self-center on the hub.
2 - The wheel bolts extend the same amount (+/-) out the back of the wheel. Too short, there's not enough threads to hold safely. Too long, the bolts can rub against the parts behind the flange, possibly jamming a wheel.
3 - The wheels clear the brakes, as some models may unexpectedly have larger calipers and less clearance. Some wheels may also have a different inside contour (and less clearance), but as all your wheels are stock MB, they *should* be ok.
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Think you meant to say wheels, instead of tires. On the inside of the wheel you will find a stamping with wheel diameter, width and, most important the offset, shown as XXET.
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