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Old 07-07-2010, 01:54 PM
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Default Targa Speedlines on a 928

Has anyone ever put these on a 928? I may have an opportunity to get a set cheap and they are 17x7/17x9 55 offset front/rear. They look like they are fairly well made.

Here is a pic of what they look like, the ones I am looking at have stainless bolts. looks like they could be disassembled and the outer lip could be polished. I was thinking on my black car having the center portion powder coated black, stainless bolts with a polished aluminum lip.

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Old 07-07-2010, 02:18 PM
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Fronts will be very skinny. Prolly can only put a 215 on it.

I believe a few 928's have run similar/same wheels, but don't recall who.
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You can get a 225/45 17 on a 7" rim no? My original manholes are 16 x 7 with 225/50 16's
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Well then I guess you can. But still very skinny. Good looking wheel, though.
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I have those for my winter wheels. 225 & 255 Blizzaks.

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Old 07-07-2010, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Cosmo Kramer View Post
I was thinking on my black car having the center portion powder coated black, stainless bolts with a polished aluminum lip.

love the wheels...another cool variation might be leave the centers as is but use a black porsche center cap.

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225 tire works great on a 7" wheel. I have the on my Boxster S wheels in the front.
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Do it!!!
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Sweet wheels.
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I like them, go for it!
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Ted,
Those would look great on your car.!!!
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nope.
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Here is a pic of a fellow lister with black centers and silver lips on a black 993. I would have stainless bolts all the way around.



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