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  1. john walker's workshop
  2. john walker's workshop
    07-10-2014 05:59 PM - permalink
    john walker's workshop
    bill, could you please sticky this swap meet post? thanks, jw
  3. Bill Verburg
    05-01-2014 02:09 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    87 3.2 Carrera standard wheels were 6 ET36 & 7 ET23.3 x15
    option 1 7 ET23.3 & 8 ET10.6 x15
    option 2 6 ET36 & 7ET23.3 x16

    other common after sales fitments are 7 ET23.3 & 8 ET10.6 x16 and 7 ET23.3 & 9 ET15 x16
  4. vidger
    04-30-2014 07:50 AM - permalink
    what wheels are OEM for my 1987 Carrera (ie. 3.2)?

    what offset are they? does offset make a difference?
  5. Bill Verburg
    04-10-2014 04:56 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    do you get the pop up window that asks what file you want to upload?

    if you get the pop up any error messages?

    a common problem used to be spaces in the file names, don't know if that's still an issue or not

    you can only loaf gif or jpg
  6. rbuswell
    04-09-2014 12:23 PM - permalink
    Bill, I've been trying to upload some pictures to the 911 tech forum and it isn't working. I have tried to do it with Firefox and IE but no luck. I use Adblock Plus with Firefox but I have turned it off for Pelican. No problems posting, just pictures. Any recommendations?
  7. Bill Verburg
    01-29-2014 07:11 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    It's a nice setup, w/ a possible issue.

    The issue revolves about which caliper the rear is
    there are 2 possibilities
    1)tt w/ 28/28 pistons
    2) RS w/ 30/36 pistons

    the tt setup will be heavily front biased, this was a safety factor when used on an AWD, ABS equipped car

    I have the RS set on both my cars and it's fantastic

    Most people haven't a clue as to which is which, see if you can get the rear piston sizes from the seller, they will be printed on the spyders if they are still used or at least see if they are different sizes(this will be very obvious)
  8. atcjorg
    01-28-2014 06:35 PM - permalink
    Hello Bill my name is Rich first let me say I have greatly enjoyed reading your posts on brakes and their balance. I have an 81 sc widebody with a 3.0 930 motor. I was wondering what you thought about this setup. Porsche 911 930 911TT Brake Conversion Kit with Adapters Calipers Rotors Pads | eBay
  9. Bill Verburg
    11-10-2013 01:25 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    Those are 911 8 x15 Et10.6, they were oe for on the back of a 911SC or Carrera. I they are used on an ST fendered car you will need spacers in back, they should be fine in front

    STs used 8ET10.6 front and 9ET3 rear
  10. rgruppey
    11-10-2013 01:10 AM - permalink
    Hi Bill, i have contacted you before as you clearly know your Porsche. I am building an st replica using an sc shell as my donor. Completion is still a long way off but I am already considering suitable wheels and off sets etc. I've seen a pair of 15x8s on eBay, they are original fuchs but images of the wheels show them fitted to a 944. I wondered whether they would be suitable for the front on my car. I want to achieve a race style stance and want to fill the arches without causing any interruption or rubbing. The wheel size and off set advertised is Porsche part 911 361 020 42. 5 stud pcd 130mm / et 10.6mm / centre bore 71.5. Really would appreciate your opinion before I start bidding. Regards sean

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    '76 Carrera 3.6RS(nee C3/hotrod), '95 993RS/CS(clone)
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