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Cayman S wheel upgrades

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I'm trying to help my friend decide what upgraded wheels and tires he can install on his '07 Cayman S. Unlike the 911 which has piles of information available to answer wheel and tire questions, I have not had any luck with the Cayman. Can someone point me in the right direction regarding widths, diameters, and offsets? Also any spacer info would be helpful. He has 5mm spacers available to him. The 986 and 996 models were pretty straight forward and interchangeable. Same with 997 and 987????

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I'm running 19x8.5 frt w/48mm offset and 19x10.5 rear w/ 38mmoffset. Tires are 245/35 and 285/35

I'm trying to help my friend decide what upgraded wheels and tires he can install on his '07 Cayman S. Unlike the 911 which has piles of information available to answer wheel and tire questions, I have not had any luck with the Cayman. Can someone point me in the right direction regarding widths, diameters, and offsets? Also any spacer info would be helpful. He has 5mm spacers available to him. The 986 and 996 models were pretty straight forward and interchangeable. Same with 997 and 987????

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Factory wheels, 17, 18, and 19". Still looking for width and offset info.

Here's the info on 18 and 19": Cayman wheel options

I believe the 17" are: Front 6.5" and 55, Rear 8" and 40 offset, but you might want to double check that - however, 17" may not fit on the Cayman S (larger brakes).

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I'm running 19x8.5 frt w/48mm offset and 19x10.5 rear w/ 38mmoffset. Tires are 245/35 and 285/35

I'm trying to help my friend decide what upgraded wheels and tires he can install on his '07 Cayman S. Unlike the 911 which has piles of information available to answer wheel and tire questions, I have not had any luck with the Cayman. Can someone point me in the right direction regarding widths, diameters, and offsets? Also any spacer info would be helpful. He has 5mm spacers available to him. The 986 and 996 models were pretty straight forward and interchangeable. Same with 997 and 987????

Thanks for the info! What wheels, brand/name, are you running? They are beautiful! Is your car lowered? PASM?

Don

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Wheels are Vellano(www.vellanowheels.com) Style is VSA - 3 piece forged centers and barrels.Machined finish with clear coay. 2' lip frt & 4" rear.Susp is KW Var 3 coilovers. non- pasm

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I'm running 19x8.5 frt w/48mm offset and 19x10.5 rear w/ 38mmoffset. Tires are 245/35 and 285/35

I'm trying to help my friend decide what upgraded wheels and tires he can install on his '07 Cayman S. Unlike the 911 which has piles of information available to answer wheel and tire questions, I have not had any luck with the Cayman. Can someone point me in the right direction regarding widths, diameters, and offsets? Also any spacer info would be helpful. He has 5mm spacers available to him. The 986 and 996 models were pretty straight forward and interchangeable. Same with 997 and 987????

Thanks for the info! What wheels, brand/name, are you running? They are beautiful! Is your car lowered? PASM?

Don

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