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JFairman JFairman is offline
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With the right spacers and longer studs, or hubcentric adaptors on top of the origonal rear spacers, yes.
I have 996TT wheels on mine and they are the same size as the ones you mentioned.
The fronts are 50mm positive offset and the rears are 45mm positive offset.

If the wheels you are looking at are the same offset, then 1.5" hubcentric adaptors go on the front hubs and 1" ones go over the origonal 930 rear spacers that are 29mm thick on the rear.
If the rear tires end up too close to the fender then 21mm spacers will move them in 8mm or 5/16", or you can have a machine shop take the origonal ones down.
Make sure they make the hubcentric part deeper too if you do that.

Ernies Alloy's in Miami can probably help you out on the right spacer sizes.
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