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Will These Fit My '00 996 C4?

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What size wheels and tires can I install in my car with no problems. I've read many different opinions and now I'm confused. It apprears that Porsche makes wheels in many different sizes and offsets. I'm just looking for some wheels and tires that I can put on and go. Can anyone help?

I currently have 18 x 8 et 52(front) and 18 x 10 et 65(rear) SportDesigns on my car. The car is a 2000 narrowbody 996 C4.

Will these wheels and tires fit or do I have to do something special?

Porsche Turbo Twist II's

18x8 et 50(front) & 18x11 et 45(rear)

Continential SportContact 2 - 225/40/18(front) & 295/30/18(rear)

P #s: 996.362.136.01 and 996.362.142.01( I think these are the correct #'s)

If not, what sizes and offsets will work? Thanks so much!!


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hey Pat,

the rims are original Porsche and coming propably from the TT and therefor the 295/30 tires but if you mount the 285/30 there shouldn't be any problem with the rear fenderwall.

I got that comment from the ATS Wheels sport engineer which going to mount a set like that tomorrow on my C2 Cabrio with Michelin PS N0 285/30 at the back.

btw the Turbo II rear 11Jx18 comes only with ET45

PS. ATS Wheels is already producing the 19" for the 911S, looks GREAT, 5-spoke and the spoke are in U-form to reduce weight.



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