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Wheel size / part confirmation please ...

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Car - MY99 996C4.


I've bought some Porsche wheels off e-bay which I intend to use on track with track tyres - the offsetsize etc is the same as my current set as follows :-

10Jx18 - ET65

7.5Jx18 - ET50

So no issues there that I can see, however, two things worry me - one they are 993.xxx part numbers and two, the front wheels are different part numbers as follows :-

Rears - 993.362.140.04 (both)

Fronts - 993.362.134.05 and the other is .06

One feels slightly heavier than the other and the spokes are different construction (is one a hollow spoke?)

Question is - would it be OK to use one of each on a single axle, would the weight different really count ? (Can't be more than 0.5Kg or so...).

I assume offset/size is all that matters with wheels, so 993.xxx wheels are fine (on a 996) ?

Any advice would be most welcome ...



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