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Porsche 911
Typ 992  [EUDM]
2018 - 2021
Porsche 911 Typ 992 Coupe

Coupe, 2d

Porsche 911 Typ 992 Convertible

Convertible, 2d

Porsche 911 Typ 992 Targa

Targa, 2d

Porsche 911 Typ 992 Speedster

Speedster, 2d

Porsche 911
Typ 991 Facelift  [EUDM]
2016 - 2018
Porsche 911 Typ 991 Facelift Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 991 Facelift Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911 Typ 991 Facelift Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911
Typ 991  [EUDM]
2011 - 2015
Porsche 911 Typ 991 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 991 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911 Typ 991 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911
Typ 997  [EUDM]
2004 - 2012
Porsche 911 Typ 997 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911 Typ 997 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 997 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911
Typ 996  [EUDM]
1997 - 2006
Porsche 911 Typ 996 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911 Typ 996 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911 Typ 996 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911
Typ 993  [EUDM]
1993 - 1998
Porsche 911 Typ 993 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 993 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911 Typ 993 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911
Typ 964  [EUDM]
1989 - 1994
Porsche 911 Typ 964 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911 Typ 964 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911 Typ 964 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911
Typ 930  [EUDM]
1975 - 1989
Porsche 911 Typ 930 Convertible

Convertible

Porsche 911 Typ 930 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911 Typ 930 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 930 Speedster

Speedster

Porsche 911
Typ 911 Mk2  [EUDM]
1973 - 1977
Porsche 911 Typ 911 Mk2 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 911 Mk2 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911
Typ 911 Mk1  [EUDM]
1969 - 1973
Porsche 911 Typ 911 Mk1 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 911 Mk1 Coupe

Coupe

Porsche 911
Typ 901  [EUDM]
1964 - 1969
Porsche 911 Typ 901 Targa

Targa

Porsche 911 Typ 901 Coupe

Coupe


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    • Created: 6 years, 1 month ago
    • By Ed

    1988 Porsche had a 15inch option 7 and 8 …

    1988 Porsche had a 15inch option 7 and 8 inch -cannot change from 16s

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      • Created: 4 years, 4 months ago
      • By John

      HI, I HAVE A PORSCHE CARRERA 4 911 YEAR …

      HI, I HAVE A PORSCHE CARRERA 4 911 YEAR 1999 SO MY QUESTION IS IF I DO CAN BUY RIMS 19" WITH THE OFFSET OF 50 AND 55 REAR, I SAW THE WHEEL CHART ON THIS PAGE THAT SAID ON MY CAR OFFSET IS 50 AND 54 REAR , PLEASE LET ME KNOWN IF I CAN THANKS.

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        • Answered: 4 years, 4 months ago
        • By John

        Hi,John,Yes.you can put on 19'' car wheels and for the offset it is also ok.

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        • Created: 4 years, 2 months ago
        • By Chawanant

        Hello, I have Porsche 993 C2 I would like …

        Hello, I have Porsche 993 C2
        I would like to put

        F18 x 8.5 ET +50 R18 x 10 ET +41

        Or

        F18 x 8.5 ET +48 R18 x 10 ET +38

        Would it these both choice fit my car?

        Thank you very much

        Chawanant

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          • Created: 4 years, 1 month ago
          • By andre cardin

          can I fit my audi winter wheels on a …

          can I fit my audi winter wheels on a porsche macan
          they have the same bolt pattern, sme thd same cb but the offset angle varies * audi 33 and porsche 21 *
          Furthermore the rim size for audi is 8.5 x 18 were as the porsche is 9 x 18

          thanks

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            • Answered: 4 years, 1 month ago
            • By John

            Hi,andre cardin,Yes,the offset between them are not too much and For the wheel size.it is also OK.

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            • Created: 4 years, 1 month ago
            • By James

            I like the design of the Singer Porsches. Does …

            I like the design of the Singer Porsches. Does anyone know the offset (Einpresstiefe) of the Zuffenhaus/Fikse rims at this cars?
            Best Regards, James

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              • Answered: 4 years, 1 month ago
              • By John

              HI,James,The offset for Porsches 911 is 50-52mm

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                • Answered: 4 years, 1 month ago
                • By Lukas

                Offset must be different front/rear. 50-52mm correspond rear, what is the front offset please?

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              • Created: 4 years, 1 month ago
              • By justme

              your '99 996 specs for 18" wheels are wrong; …

              your '99 996 specs for 18" wheels are wrong; the 3 first years of 996 can only go up to 285 due to fender clearance, the factory standard for these is 285/30/18

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                • Answered: 4 years ago
                • By Alexey

                Thank you. It has been corrected.

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                • Created: 3 years, 5 months ago
                • By Bryan

                Hi, your website is not correct for 2005 911 …

                Hi, your website is not correct for 2005 911 Carrera S 997. I have the 3.8L 355 Bhp that came with 19"'s need offset

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                  • Answered: 3 years, 5 months ago
                  • By John

                  Hi,Bryan,the offset is 54mm for 3.8L,For the incorrect data,Can you show which items?offset?size?...

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                  • Created: 2 years, 4 months ago
                  • By Gimme Shelter

                  1983 911 3.0 SC: I've measured the offsets on …

                  1983 911 3.0 SC: I've measured the offsets on my original Fuchs and they are: F: 6.5J x 16 ET 33; R: 7J x 16 ET 21

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                    • Answered: 2 years, 4 months ago
                    • By Alexey

                    Thank you, it has been added.

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                    • Created: 5 months ago
                    • By Chad

                    I have a wide body 77’ 911. I want …

                    I have a wide body 77’ 911. I want to lower it and put Fuch wheels

                    ...not sure on what’s the best / biggest / widest / maximum tires or rims will fit your car?

                    Write about the tires you are currently driving on.