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WTB: Wheel adapters/spacers

I have an 86 944 Turbo. I am trying to fit some newer 911 wheels. They are ET50 rear and ET55 fronts. I am needing about a 1 inch spacer/adapter. Post up what you got.
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I have a pair (2) of Hub Centric 20mm (approx 13/16") for 944's - 130 mm bolt circle. Made by Porsche for Porsche. Used but excellent condition - $45.00 shipped to 48

Another set (Pair of two) of spacers are aftermarket and 11mm, new never mounted fit 944's with 130mm bolt circle - $25.00 shipped to 48.

Let me know if these would help - Thanks.
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I don't think thats enough of a spacer but I will keep that in mind.

What did you buy them for?
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I have two porsche OEM 30mm spacers for sale. $120 shipped to CONUS.
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Kidd, are those spacers slip-on or Bolt-on ?
Have they been cut to clear the front hub , regular spacers will not go all the way on before they bottom out ?
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They came off the front of a 86 Turbo - So, yes they fit the front of an early 944.

Don't know what you mean when you say bolt on or slip on - Spacers can only go on one way; slip the spacer over the studs and then mount the wheel and bolt it all down.

Or are you meaning adapters versus spacers - Adapters have studs, spacers do not...

Hope this helped.
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Bolt on or slip on ?
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I would prefer the bolt on style.
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Also have 10ea. of 65mm Wheel Studs to fit hubs and spacers these are approx. 25mm longer than OEM wheel studs. $30.00 shipped.
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