Important note

Fitting (and tightening) procedures of all other wheel types (16-inch Design 90 etc.) for stationary balancing remain unchanged.

This means: Coded stud, valve and locking wheel nut* are located on the same side. When tightening, valve must point up (same position as on balancing equipment).

If required, mark the wheel stud located opposite the valve before removing the wheel.

For stationary balancing of the wheels (with step rings), turn the wheel in such a manner that the valve points to the bottom. Tighten the wheel in this position. After balancing, mount the wheel to the vehicle in an identical position (valve faces to the bottom / color-coded wheel stud and locking wheel nut* located on top).

* Observe wheel mounting introduced from MY '94. (p. 44 - 04).

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