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My friend bought a 997 CS4 and is looking at the new 997.2 C2S rims. He is unsure if they will fit the wide body. Will he need spacers and longer bolts, or will they simply fit.

Are there separate rims for the CS4 that he should buy. He is new to the 911 and I have only had the narrow body so I can't help him. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks

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Din't know what wheel size the 997c4s uses. However these are the standard summer tire fitments for the 997.2 C2S listed below. If c4s tire/rims match any of these for the C2s, I would say you have a fit without extra spacers, bolts.

TIRE RIM rim offset Track Summer tires* front 235/40 ZR 18 (91Y) 8 J x 18 H2 57 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm rear 265/40 ZR 18 (101Y) XL 10.5 J x 18 H2 60 mm 60.4 in./1534 mm or front 235/35 ZR 19 (87Y) 8 J x 19 H2 57 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm rear 295/30 ZR 19 (100Y) XL 11 J x 19 H2 67 mm 59.7 in./1516 mm or front 235/35 ZR 19 (87Y) 8.5 J x 19 H2 55 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm

rear 305/30 ZR 19 (102Y) XL 11.5 J x 19 H2 67 mm 59.7 in./1516 mm

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My friend bought a 997 CS4 and is looking at the new 997.2 C2S rims. He is unsure if they will fit the wide body. Will he need spacers and longer bolts, or will they simply fit.

Are there separate rims for the CS4 that he should buy. He is new to the 911 and I have only had the narrow body so I can't help him. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks

I believe the widths are the same, but the offsets are different in the rear (51 widebody, 67 narrow). Doing a few searches, it looks like the rears can be mounted but will require 17mm spacers.

Good luck.

Mark

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My friend bought a 997 CS4 and is looking at the new 997.2 C2S rims. He is unsure if they will fit the wide body. Will he need spacers and longer bolts, or will they simply fit.

Are there separate rims for the CS4 that he should buy. He is new to the 911 and I have only had the narrow body so I can't help him. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks

I believe the widths are the same, but the offsets are different in the rear (51 widebody, 67 narrow). Doing a few searches, it looks like the rears can be mounted but will require 17mm spacers.

Good luck.

Mark

Mark is correct. The offsets are different but so is the rear track width on a CS2. Rear track is 60.4 on CS and 60.94 (I believe) on CS4.

Greg

Edited by BC-997

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