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"For example, what's the difference between a 944.362.104.00 and a 951.362.104.00? And what's a 911.361.023.46?"

944.362.104.00 is a 15x7" 52.3mm late offset Phone Dial
951.362.104.00 is a 15x7" 23.3mm early offset Phone Dial used on the '85 Euro-951
911.362.023.46 ... can't find anything on that wheel...

Here's some pictures of my car with 17x10.5 and 11.5" BBS Race wheels:

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Hey thanks, Danno. I was looking at set of 4 wheels on ebay, 2 ea of the 951.362.104.00 and 911.362.023.46. Someone 'bought it now' for $300 - just as good, I can't us them. I'm done with wheels for now, but just curious - where did you look to get those answers?
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Well, I would like to put 8" on the back but...

CT944 what size tires?

Anyone have any ideas what it would cost to ship these to Calif.?
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TIRES ARE 205 / 55 / 16. Shipping is about $40 per wheel/tire.
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Digging up an old thread but at least I searched.

Are 15x8 911 fuchs the same as 15x8 944s?

I want to run 15x8s all around (I have 944 7s front 8s rear now)
Can it be done and is there any benefit with 225-50-15 tires?
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They should be the same on the 15's. It's the 16in 944 Fuchs that are different to the 16in 911 Fuchs.

The 225/50/15 tires will fit on your current 7&8in wheels so there is no benefit switching to the Fuchs. Well, apart from them being the classiest Porsche wheel ever made and quite light.
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They should be the same on the 15's. It's the 16in 944 Fuchs that are different to the 16in 911 Fuchs.



The 225/50/15 tires will fit on your current 7&8in wheels so there is no benefit switching to the Fuchs. Well, apart from them being the classiest Porsche wheel ever made and quite light.
I already have Fuchs, just wondering if 8s all around makes any difference
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They should be the same on the 15's. It's the 16in 944 Fuchs that are different to the 16in 911 Fuchs.





The 225/50/15 tires will fit on your current 7&8in wheels so there is no benefit switching to the Fuchs. Well, apart from them being the classiest Porsche wheel ever made and quite light.

I already have Fuchs, just wondering if 8s all around makes any difference
Those tires will fit on the front 7in wheels just fine, so no advantage switching to front 8in wheels.
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I've run both midyear (15") 911 fuchs and 951 (16") fuchs on my early 944. No issues. They both fit/work fine.
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