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99 boxster 2.5 with 19" wheels

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So I went with my neighbor to the dealership yesterday to pick up her brand new S. I got my 99 from her so she could get the new one. **** does it look fine. The 19" carrera classics put my stock 17s to shame. I want those wheels!

So my questions is, will 19" carrera fit on my MY99, and do I need spacers for the new wheel width?

I'm gonna get RED calipers next!!! :) if this works.


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I'm not sure for USA but there is no certificate of approvement for 19'' in EUR. 986-16'' and 17'' > face lift. < face lift 16''-17'' and 18''.

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I'm not sure for USA but there is no certificate of approvement for 19'' in EUR. 986-16'' and 17'' > face lift. < face lift 16''-17'' and 18''.

Thanks for the tip.

From what I read looking around the forum it's possible, but have it's share of pros and cons.

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There's a guy in my local area with a 99 boxster with a 3.4 in it. He run 20's in the front and 22's in the rear with a 295 wide tire. He has coil overs but thats the only suspension mod. The car has a funky body kit to fit the wheels (Carerra rear end style it's crazy) but otherwise fits those wheels with no problem and he drives the car around.

There shoudl be no reason 19's wont work, but 18's will for sure be safe.

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