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Old 06-22-2006, 02:56 PM
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Default What is part # and ET for 951 Fuchs-Front wheels?

I was fortunate enough to pick up a set of 16" Fuchs from a kind member of the Southern Ohio Wrenchers.

Front is a 7x16 with ET23 911.361.020.44 --I am not sure if I have the fronts from a 951 or a 911/930? I heard 951 Fuchs may be different to clear Turbo brakes.
Any help apprectiated.

(Rears are 9x16 so I know where they came from )

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Old 06-22-2006, 04:30 PM
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951 16x7 fuchs have a 23.3 mm offset, just like the 911 16x7s. The 951 fuchs are shaped slightly differently to clear the calipers.

The difference is in the rear 16x8s. 951 has the same 23.3mm offset while the 911 has a 10.6mm offset.
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:18 PM
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Thanks Serge.
I was aware of the caliper clearance issue. I was hoping the part # would set them apart from the 911 offering. Not an issue for my applicaton, just want to know what I have.
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P/N for 951 front Fuchs is 951 362 115 90 or 951 362 115 00 depending upon the finish of the center section.
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Lucky man to have a set of 16x9 Fuchs! FYI, as I've been laboring through sourcing a set of 16" wheels for an NA early offset racer....85.5/86 NA owners seem to have the good fortune of being able to use 911 16" 7/8 Fuchs with no problems. Our brakes are small and our rear offset is 10.6 for 8" wheels.

Sooooo, if anybody has a set of dirty old 16x8 911 Fuchs 10.6 mm offset rears just go ahead and throw them on the truck in my direction Now that we know you guys need the 23.3 variety 8" wheel for the front of your Carrera RS replicas shouldn't be any problem dumping those 10.6er's, huh? Wink. Wink. OK, just because I'm a nice guy, I'll pay shipping.
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Thanks Ken.

ET 23.3 for the front of these bad boyz and ET 15 on the rears for the 16x9's.
Since they are 911 part No.'s I will assume they are from an 911/930 variant.

Friggin' Sherlock Holmes I am...

Now to get them refinished to a proper level....
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Schweet. You dawg, you. Pix mandatory.
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Originally Posted by jjjr944
Thanks Ken.

ET 23.3 for the front of these bad boyz and ET 15 on the rears for the 16x9's.
Since they are 911 part No.'s I will assume they are from an 911/930 variant.

Friggin' Sherlock Holmes I am...

Now to get them refinished to a proper level....
Crap. I wanted to buy them as soon as they were testfitted on XSBoost's white 944.
and I dont have an early offset car (yet)
They are spectacular, a little repaint and Mmm... scrumptious!
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