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The rears are for wide body. The narrow body uses 67 offset in these. I have spacers on front on the ET 57’s, no spacers in back on the ET 67’s.
hatchetf15 replied to Mija Reid's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)My experience: email@example.com e-mail and www.didotuning.pl for the website. They take Paypal and write decent English. My order, shipped, was 185 zloty’s or $50. Got a set from them a year ago. Takes 20 minutes to put them on and they look great.
hatchetf15 replied to Coloradocurt's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I had the same problem. I found a thread,not too long ago, mentioning to take driver side sill plate off and look under seat memory pushbuttons to check for a disconnected plug. Yup, mine was unplugged. Whole thing took me 20 minutes to do with an ipad to display the dyi instructions, flat screw driver and hex heads. Now my keys and seats work flawlessly. Might be worth a try. Happy hunting!