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Thank you for the opportunity at your business, Chloe. We'd be happy to look into this fitment for you.

The link you provided above directs to an image of the MB Interline. Are you looking at this model in the 16x6.5 size? If so, you will not need spacers and this wheel will sit exactly the same as your factory LE wheels; hub centric rings will be provided at no additional charge. It's important to note that hub centric rings do not change the offset like a spacer but rather fill the gap between the center bore of the wheel and the vehicles hub pilot. See the link below for more details on hub centric rings.

The Skinny on Hub Centric Rings | TheSquealingTire.com
 

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Thank you for the opportunity at your business, Chloe. We'd be happy to look into this fitment for you.

The link you provided above directs to an image of the MB Interline. Are you looking at this model in the 16x6.5 size? If so, you will not need spacers and this wheel will sit exactly the same as your factory LE wheels; hub centric rings will be provided at no additional charge. It's important to note that hub centric rings do not change the offset like a spacer but rather fill the gap between the center bore of the wheel and the vehicles hub pilot. See the link below for more details on hub centric rings.

The Skinny on Hub Centric Rings | TheSquealingTire.com

I was actually looking at to get the 17 X7 5-114.30 48 or 8 X7.5 5-114.30 48 size. Whichever one would be easiest to fit without any other major adjustments.
 

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I was actually looking at to get the 17 X7 5-114.30 48 or 8 X7.5 5-114.30 48 size. Whichever one would be easiest to fit without any other major adjustments.
Thank you for clarifying. The 17x7.5 +48 and 18x7.5 +48 Interline both work without spacers :thumbsup:
 

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Thank you for clarifying! I just wanted to make sure there was enough space on the inside since the rim size width is bigger as well..
 
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