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rossmorrison
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2019/07/17 20:49:10 (permalink)

Wheels Offsets

A wee bit of expert guidance.  Just bought a 997 CS 2006 . Love it but its got lobster alloys which I dont like.  Looking for the 19" Porsche Sport Design wheels.  Been offered 4 from a Cayman S but Im not sure if they ll fit .  Offset on the 911 ET57 front and ET46 rear.  Cayman wheels, Im told are front 57 and rear 43.      Thats as much info as I can glean.  Can anyone confirm? 
 

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    riball
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    Re: Wheels Offsets 2019/07/18 08:52:56 (permalink)
    Hi
    Looks like you need to speak to this member and do a swap. Look up nickysmitt78 and his post:
    https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=1034385#1034385
     
    Hope it works out :)
    Geoff997
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    Re: Wheels Offsets 2019/07/18 09:48:55 (permalink)
    The 3mm difference in offset will mean the wheel/tyre will move out towards the bodywork by 3mm so shouldn't be a problem if the wheels are same width.

    Geoff
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    rossmorrison
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    Re: Wheels Offsets 2019/07/18 11:21:16 (permalink)
    Thanks for the heads up.  I ve messaged the lad and we ll see what comes from it.  Cheers for the help.  Ross
     
    STiG911
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    Re: Wheels Offsets 2019/07/25 10:19:44 (permalink)
    Insofar as I'm aware wheels from a Cayman S will fit a 997S, BUT the rear wheels will only accommodate a 265 section tyre, and the 997S should wear at least a 295.
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