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Old 01-08-2018, 10:09 AM
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yes.
they're a little bit loose - so some teflon tape can be used to make sure OEM cap seats tight.
one of my OEM caps eventually popped out and got lost even though i used above method.
the issue is that those wheels are dark silver - OEM caps don't match wheel's color - neither bright silver one nor grey one.
I eventually plastidipped outer ring of the OZ cap in red and used it like this.

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We don't list an OEM cap option for the Leggera, so if you tried to use an OEM cap you may have to glue them in. It has a 71.5mm bore diameter for the wheel, and uses a 76mm diameter cap with a 62.5mm logo diameter.
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
We don't list an OEM cap option for the Leggera, so if you tried to use an OEM cap you may have to glue them in. It has a 71.5mm bore diameter for the wheel, and uses a 76mm diameter cap with a 62.5mm logo diameter.
Thanks for the info. Silver and grey donĺt match anyway, but maybe these would work?

https://www.suncoastparts.com/produc...1BLKMATTE.html
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The sheen is matte on those caps and the OZ's are gloss. It's not a perfect match, but is better than silver.
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So using the Porsche center cap would realistically not work without a concern for the cap falling out at some point?
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i lost one.
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Old 03-18-2018, 12:49 PM
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I wonder if some silicone glue would work
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Old 03-19-2018, 05:09 AM
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as i wrote earlier - teflon tape around it worked good enough.
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I just saw the original post today and coincidentally this morning I decided to change the wheels I have on my '87 Targa. This was my track car and I'm converting it back to a street car.

I went to the Tire rack page and it just says these wheels don't fit my car. The Tire rack site will only show me 16" and 17" wheels for my car. I want an 18" wheel that is wider than stock

Is there a way to look at the wheel options that will fit my car that has flares to take wider wheels?

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Old 03-19-2018, 06:24 PM
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Available Porsche fitments are:

19X8.5 5-130 ET53
19X10 5-130 ET40
19X11 5-130 ET50
19X11 5-130 ET65
19X11 5-130 ET40
19X12 5-130 ET51

20X8.5 5-130 ET55
20X8.5 5-130 ET50
20X9 5-130 ET50
20X10 5-130 ET45
20X11 5-130 ET50
20X11 5-130 ET65
20X12 5-130 ET51

You'll need to go with the Allegerita if going for 18" Call me if I can help with sizing.
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Old 03-23-2018, 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Available Porsche fitments are:

19X8.5 5-130 ET53
19X10 5-130 ET40
19X11 5-130 ET50
19X11 5-130 ET65
19X11 5-130 ET40
19X12 5-130 ET51

20X8.5 5-130 ET55
20X8.5 5-130 ET50
20X9 5-130 ET50
20X10 5-130 ET45
20X11 5-130 ET50
20X11 5-130 ET65
20X12 5-130 ET51

You'll need to go with the Allegerita if going for 18" Call me if I can help with sizing.
Hey so I bought the 12" challenge wheels for my 996 TT. What fronts are close to a match as you discontinued the fronts. Wheels are for track so??
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if anyone is interested. I have a mint condition set for sale in the classifieds.
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Originally Posted by Mdnyte View Post
if anyone is interested. I have a mint condition set for sale in the classifieds.
still available if so pm specs looking for a set 19 or 20s
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Does the 20X12 5-130 ET51 and 20X9 5-130 ET50 fit the 997 Turbo ?
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Originally Posted by BobbyLKPG View Post
Does the 20X12 5-130 ET51 and 20X9 5-130 ET50 fit the 997 Turbo ?
20 x 9 ET 50 fits OK. The 20 x 12 would be 13mm less clearance both inside, and out from the OEM wheel. It would be aggressive outside as long as the tire stays at 305.
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