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Spacer Sizing for 996 2001 Carrera 4 to fit Genuine 997 Rims

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I have Genuine 997 Rims [19 inch 235/35 and 305/30 | Genuine Part Number 997.362.156.0.04 and 997.362.156.0.06], photo attached and wish to fit to my Porsche 2001 Carrera 4 996. Can you please suggest the correct spacer for me to purchase? And suggested seller that can also ensure correct sizing and offset.

Greatly appreciated.


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I have just been told that I do not need spacers. However, I will need to roll the rear guards.

Can anyone tell me if 305 profile tires will fit after I roll the guard. My concern is that the new rims will be to close to inside and rub the wheel wall.

Any suggestions would be great?

Comment from professional:

According to the wheels you have shown me the 19 front wheels will stick out 7mm more than the 18’s its like putting a 7mm spacers on your current 18 inch wheels. That’s ok the additional 7mm that the 19’s will stick out will give it a nicer look than the 18’s. For the rear the wheels will stick out 13mm towards the outside and will also require 13mm towards the inside. So technically it looks like you don’t need any spacers, but my concern on the 99-01 Carrera is that the rear 19inch wheels may require fender rolling since that the 99-01 had less space in the wheel arch . Again I used the pictures to figure out the models .

I don’t think you will need any spacers

Current wheels on car:


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