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Porsche Turbo phone dials 7 & 8s

I have a couple of sets of early offset phone dials 16x7 $100ea 16x8 $130 each , I also have a few late 16x7s ( plus 14 dollars ea for shipping ) please email dapagan@bellsouth.net for pics Thanks

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Hi, I'm curious to know the offset difference between the early and late phone dials. I want to put them on my flared 914. Any suggestions? Thanks
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early is 23mm and late is 52.3 mm offset.
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Thank you for that.. I had a hell of a time searching for those information. But just want to make sure to see if those offsets also apply on 7's as well ?
Because I'm not sure if I could run early offsets in the front. However, I am running a set of 15x7 cookies, and I'm not sure what the cookie's offsets are either..
What about the posibility of running later 8's in the front and early 8's in the rear? would that work as well?
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