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wtb - 17" wheels, 968 width/offsets

Just picked up a '94 968 and plan to AX the car this season. Looking for a set of 7.5" and 9" x 17" wheels in 968 offsets , would prefer Cup 2s, but let me know what you have.

East Coast location works best to minimize shipping costs. Unless of course you have a set of Fikses for a screaming deal.

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Joe Rausa
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cup wheels w/tires

Here's a set with Toyo tires from my 968 that thinks it's becoming a track car $800.00 with the tires or $600.00 without plus shipping. Tires have 80 per cent tread left they are the rains, all weather type.





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Gary,
If they were the stock finish, I'd grab those, less rubber. I've got a black car and the white is a bit much, guess I could have them powder coated, but then that's a PITA and additional expense. Let me know if you have anything else.
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Wheels

I have a set of Fikses Mach V's I might want to sell.
Wheels are 17x7.5 in the front with a 51mm offset and the rears are 17x9 with a 57mm offset. Tires are Kuhmo Ecsta MX in 245 and 275 with less than 1k miles on them.
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Motoboy, right widths, wrong offset. 968 had a ET65 in the front and ET55 in the rear. Your rear would work, but I don't know if the fronts would or not. Maybe someone on the forum could comment.
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They came off a 968, and are on my 88 944 Turbo. Offsets look right. I think in 8" you would need more offset.
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