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Old 06-09-2012, 03:40 AM   #1
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I need some help please.....

I am going to a DE at Watkins Glen and have been looking for a set of track rims. I have a couple of options but am not sure if they will fit.

1) 964 stock rims.

2) 02 stock Boxster S rims.

3) OEM Porsche 993 Cup II wheels,

Front - Rim size 7.5" x 17" - ET 65
Part number 993.362.124.05
Tire size 225/45ZR17

Rear - Rim size 9" x 17" - ET 55
Part number 993.362.128.00
Tire size 255/40ZR17

Can anyone help to let me know what ones will work?

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Old 06-09-2012, 04:36 AM   #2
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I am going to a DE at Watkins Glen and have been looking for a set of track rims. I have a couple of options but am not sure if they will fit.

1) 964 stock rims.

2) 02 stock Boxster S rims.

3) OEM Porsche 993 Cup II wheels,

Front - Rim size 7.5" x 17" - ET 65
Part number 993.362.124.05
Tire size 225/45ZR17

Rear - Rim size 9" x 17" - ET 55
Part number 993.362.128.00
Tire size 255/40ZR17

Can anyone help to let me know what ones will work?
The front offset on those wheels are way too high for a 986 boxster . And, the rear offset is marginal . Not a good choice for wheels.
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What ones are not good? There were three choices.
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:31 AM   #4
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I think he meant 1) and 3)...
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:33 AM   #5
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What ones are not good? There were three choices.
Is this your current fitment ? If, so, what year and model boxster do you have ?

Front - Rim size 7.5" x 17" - ET 65
Part number 993.362.124.05
Tire size 225/45ZR17

Rear - Rim size 9" x 17" - ET 55
Part number 993.362.128.00
Tire size 255/40ZR17
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my car is a 2002 2.7l

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