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Old 06-29-2019, 01:09 PM
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Default FS: 18" Carrera Classic Wheels (not OEM!) $350

I hope to sell a set of 18" Carrera Classic Wheels. (I think that is the name for this particular style.)

Is anyone in for $350?

Sizes are 8x18 ET 50 and 10x18 ET 65. They were on my 996 C2 when I bought it, and they fit nicely on that car.

There are various nicks in the paint on each wheel, though no gouges, and the wheels are straight (see below). Use them as they are, or get them resprayed.

On the inside of each wheel is stamped the phrase, "Not Original Equipment." So, if you must have OEM, these are not for you.

Pick up at my place, or I may be able to meet you somewhere. Also, I plan to be at Summit Point for the PorscheFest weekend in August, and I can bring them with me.








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Old 07-04-2019, 09:30 AM
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Are these still available? I'm researching to see if they can be made to fit on my Cayman.
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Old 07-04-2019, 03:05 PM
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They are available. I'm not sure about the Cayman fit, and will let you make the call. Somebody here should know, or maybe call Radial Tire.
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https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide

apex has good wheel fitment guides for performance

there are several factors to consider, including alignment, tire size, wheel size, wheel offsets
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Thanks for the link, Otto. From my research, it appears the rear offset is too high for a 987, even with spacers.
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