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DallasCarlos
post Mar 3 2012, 08:31 PM
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Posting the following wheels for a buddy from here in DFW area. Any questions I can fwd to him and I might be able to help with shipping if I have trip to valley coming up. Thx for looking.

These came off my 2009 911 Turbo. The factory black paint was ordered with the car ($1815 option) and paints the "windows" and the sides of the spokes in gloss black. The face of the wheel is the standard machined silver. This black accenting makes a big difference to the wheel and it looks really sharp with just about any color car. It really sets it apart from the standard wheel.

Wheels are in just about perfect shape having only had about 3000 miles on them before I put aftermarkets on and subsequently sold the car (leaving these wheels in my garage).

Front: 997 362 156 05 8.5J X 19 ET 56mm wheel
Rear: 997 362 162 02 11J X 19 ET 51mm wheel
(part numbers for the standard, non-black wheel)

These will fit any 997 widebody (Turbo, C4S, etc) and will also fit 996 widebody. Tires are 235 up front and 305 in the rear, factory sizes.

List price for the painted version is over $10k WITHOUT tires, or $9500 for unpainted.

Tires are Pirelli P-Zero with good life left in them. They never saw the track, this was my street car. TPMS is included (you'd have to replace for 07/08 car, as '09 brought a new TPMS system).

Selling the whole set locally for $2500 and will gladly transport to you. For any out of towners we can work out shipping.
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post Mar 3 2012, 09:34 PM
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Any pictures ?
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post Mar 3 2012, 11:34 PM
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I've never been fond of the 997 wheel styling, but this is a good deal.


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https://www.facebook.com/video/embed?video_...601783596502856
"World's worst 911 GT2 driver"-Top Gear Magazine
(http://www.topgear.co.za/videos/video-worl...911-gt2-driver/)

"Arm on the sill? One-handed corrections? At a F1 track? Really…"

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DallasCarlos
post Mar 4 2012, 04:22 AM
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Thx guys they are similar to the ones on this car. The following link are not actual wheels but you guys get the idea:
http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/car/2697/Po...-997-Turbo.html
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post Mar 4 2012, 08:15 AM
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Those will fit Caymans too (with spacers).
They look better on Caymans than in the Turbo, IMHO.

I have a friend here that has the "Porsche Design" Cayman and it came with a set of those.


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https://www.facebook.com/video/embed?video_...601783596502856
"World's worst 911 GT2 driver"-Top Gear Magazine
(http://www.topgear.co.za/videos/video-worl...911-gt2-driver/)

"Arm on the sill? One-handed corrections? At a F1 track? Really…"

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