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need to check into the fm5s mentioned above...
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Keep the RH's and forget about those CCW's. As others said you can get wider rims for your RH's then mount larger tires.
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need to check into the fm5s mentioned above...
were you suggesting to the OP or asking me? If the latter, PM / email me for contact referral.

Keep in mind these are nooooo where nearly as uberawesomely dished as your set. The rears are decently dished, the fronts are moderately.

Never do tire of seeing or hearing about that build of yours there!
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no, i was suggesting to the original poster. i have always liked the fm5s and those are pictured on my car. i had fm10s but traded for a set of 5s. as to the poster, i would keep the rh wheels over the other wheels!
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Fuchs or BBS RS.

Nothing else works on a 930

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Here is a couple of pics. I changed the centers to black. I am going to get larger barrels in the future.

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Very, very nice.
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Looking good!
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Techart daytonas 18" coloured centres
Tried gembellas first wanted ruf ended up with techart but pleased with result

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the black centers look really awesome!

Very much changes the look, and compliments the black top & blacked out lens motif you got going.

Great way to freshin up the look - well done.
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I believe you said you do not have rear turbo 930 trailing arms. If that is the case you could actually run a 5.25" rear outer lip on your RH wheel centers. In the fronts I usually build with 2.75 if the car does not have turbo front hubs or spacers up front, or if you have turbo front end or spacer use a 2.25" outer lip. Here is a picture of a Speedline Daytona wheel that is in the configuration I described. It is 11" and is 5.25 and 5.50. Very deep rear outer lip looks good on certain cars. jdorociak@gmail.com jim
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