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What offset do I need to fit new wheels on my '86 944 turbo?

I'm thinking of upgrading my wheels to 18x8.5 F and 18x10 R on my '86 944 turbo. What offsets do I need to fit these to my car? Is there anything else I need to consider in order to fit these size wheels to my car?
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Any early offset wheel will do. Unfortunately, no early offset wheels were made in 18" sizes.

Your choices are to use custom wheels like Fikse or BBS, or use late offset wheels with spacers.
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If I buy Fikse or BBS 8.5 wide Fronts and 10 wide rears will the offset still be 23.3mm? If I understand correctly the offset will change since the wheel width changes.
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