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Old 05-21-2019, 09:40 PM
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I have tried to post on the classified section but cannot. I guess I do not have enough posts yet. Anyway, I have a set of 2012 Panamera 19" wheels for sale. I bought them for my 09 Cayenne, but decided to stick with non staggered set up.

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Porsche OEM Panamera wheels
5x130 bolt pattern
Fronts: 9x19 et60(2) 255/45/19 tires
Rears: 10x19 et61(2) 285/40/19 tires
TPMS included & work as they should
Porsche center caps
Michelin Pilot Sport all-season tires have 70-75% tread remaining, with even wear.
The wheels and tires are in VG to Ex cond.
Looking for $950






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Old 05-22-2019, 10:50 AM
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I would buy these from you for a snow tire set up if it could be confirmed 100% that they'd fit my 2018 PTT.
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Old 05-22-2019, 04:53 PM
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I have similar on my 2012 PTTS for winter tires and they fit perfectly.

The offsets need to be checked, I'm assuming the Cayenne and Panamera are slightly different, but I know the design will fit the brakes. I bought mine assuming, because the add said so, that they were panamera specific, but I supposed I don't really know for sure! They fit just find though.
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Old 05-28-2019, 09:30 PM
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Not sure, he said he talked to 2 dealers that told him 20's were the smallest he could run. They are Panamera 4S wheels, with offsets that are 1mm & 4mm different, so maybe his 2018 has bigger brakes than your 2012?
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Originally Posted by Paul Rathjen View Post
I have similar on my 2012 PTTS for winter tires and they fit perfectly.

The offsets need to be checked, I'm assuming the Cayenne and Panamera are slightly different, but I know the design will fit the brakes. I bought mine assuming, because the add said so, that they were panamera specific, but I supposed I don't really know for sure! They fit just find though.
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Not sure, he said he talked to 2 dealers that told him 20's were the smallest he could run. They are Panamera 4S wheels, with offsets that are 1mm & 4mm different, so maybe his 2018 has bigger brakes than your 2012?
Yeah the PSCBs somehow being a fit issue is the only thing I can think of. That or a Porsche tax...they want to sell me a set of 'approved' 20 or 21" wheels with snow tires. The cheapest set begins at $5k lol. Check it out here, a link to the wheel + winter tire sets sold by Porsche for the 971 Turbo models. Note that none are 19":

http://content2.us.porsche.com/prod/...20Räderzubehör

I also note that on the configurator, you can't spec 19" on the turbo.
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Old 05-29-2019, 04:42 PM
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I was told that 18" would not fit my Cayenne GTS(has bigger turbo brakes), but they do.

Like I said, you have to try a 19" wheel to see if it clears front & rear, then go buy a set of used ones to save the dealer retail cost.
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Old 05-30-2019, 09:41 AM
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Originally Posted by 2009GTS View Post
I was told that 18" would not fit my Cayenne GTS(has bigger turbo brakes), but they do.

Like I said, you have to try a 19" wheel to see if it clears front & rear, then go buy a set of used ones to save the dealer retail cost.
The problem is that this is a pita to actually do if you don’t own any.
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