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  • About Seabassm
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    I'm a Mechanical Design Engineer by trade and Mechanic/Mechanical Design engineer by night. My mind never stops ticking.
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    Tampa FL-ish

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  • Last Activity: 07-17-2017 06:22 PM
  • Join Date: 02-23-2012

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  1. KuHL 951
    03-20-2012 09:05 PM
    Sebastian,
    The 87-944S in the photo is a late offset so no spacers were required to run the late offset Cayman wheels. I never was a fan of large spacers but like you know the early cars don't give you much choice if you want any OE wheels other than CC's, Fuchs, or PD's. Any chance you can get hooked up with a set of early Turbo PD's? They fit great and look excellent when fully polished or with polished lip/painted centers. That's what I had on my black 951 when I sold it; I kept the CCW classics I used to run and sold them separately.

    Hope this helped,

    Steve

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