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DanIelT

Turbo twist II on a narrow body

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Will stock turbo IIs hollow spoke in 8 and 11" fit without interference on a stock '99 narrow body?

996.362.142.03 rears. 295X30

996.362.136.04 fronts. 225x40

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996.362.142.03 rears. 295X30 -- offset on this wheel is 45 mm -- you need 63 mm to 65 mm on the rear.

996.362.136.04 fronts. 225x40 -- offset on this wheel is 50 mm -- you need 50 mm to 52 mm on the front -- so these are ok.

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Loren, how did you get the operating range for the offset? Is this just an industry standard?

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TSBs. Both Summer and Winter Wheels and Tires TSBs specify approved wheel widths, diameters, and offsets.

As a Contributing Member you have access to the TSBs.

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996.362.142.03 rears. 295X30 -- offset on this wheel is 45 mm -- you need 63 mm to 65 mm on the rear.

996.362.136.04 fronts. 225x40 -- offset on this wheel is 50 mm -- you need 50 mm to 52 mm on the front -- so these are ok.

Loren, Can I use a 18"x 8.5" 40 offset on my 2001 C2 narrow body?

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996.362.142.03 rears. 295X30 -- offset on this wheel is 45 mm -- you need 63 mm to 65 mm on the rear.

996.362.136.04 fronts. 225x40 -- offset on this wheel is 50 mm -- you need 50 mm to 52 mm on the front -- so these are ok.

Loren, Can I use a 18"x 8.5" 40 offset on my 2001 C2 narrow body?

Porsche does not recommend anything over an 8" wheel for the front - until MY2002.

In 2002 they said GT3 wheels 18 x 8.5 et 40 mm were ok.

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