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About dsisco

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    986 boxster
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    911rs
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    911sc
  1. hey guys, found these wheels on ebay, wanted to if these would fit me 97 boxster? specs are: The offsets are 58 for the front and 47 for the rear Wheels are 8.5 x18? and 10 x 18 thanks
  2. thanks guys, its either the Victor Equipment or the replica 997 turbo wheels. prob best go with the 18s as the ride already is pretty rough compared to my last car. (mercedes e class)
  3. Hey guys, i have just purchased a base 97, it has come on the upgrade 17' but am looking at changing them has anyone have any experience with Victor Wheels? our choices are very limited here in OZ for quality aftermarket wheels for porsche most are cheap replica wheels. Does anyone have any pics with these wheels? Also what size would be better for daily driving 18" or 19" thanks http://www.thewheeldeal.com.au/product_info.php?cPath=2_166_167&products_id=1301
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