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dwcwcw 03-22-2017 04:45 PM

WTB: ATS Cookie Cutter Wheels 15X6 and 15X7
 
Looking to buy two 15X6 and two 15X7 early offset Cookie Cutter wheels. I'm not too worried about the finish, but I'm hoping for some straight, solid wheels without too many dings.

Thanks!

deemsriddle 03-22-2017 05:52 PM

Cookie Cutters
 
I probably am opening a can of worms here, but.... I took all my cookie cutters to the aluminum recyclers and believe that they are pretty much unsafe This is after one failed and we caught another that would have failed if driven. The things are pretty brittle and the tire changers must have caught the outer lip when breaking the bead. Just my opinion.

callard 03-23-2017 08:16 AM

I've been racing 7 inch cookies on my 911 for 8 years and 6 in cookies on my 924s for 4 years with no issues/cracks. Both with sticky Hoosiers. YMMV

Racerbvd 03-23-2017 09:59 AM

Where are you located?
I have some 6s & 7s in Florida.

ChuckS944 03-23-2017 10:12 AM

Just to reiterate,

I have been racing and Time Trialing cookies on my 944 Spec car for over 14 years with no problems. Of all the racers that I know of out here in SoCal, etc. I don't think I know of more than one failure in all that time. We may have bent a few going off track or hitting gaters really hard, but no cracks or failures. They are a much preferred wheel over phone dials.

brian944turbo 03-23-2017 09:42 PM

I have 3 of the 7s available
In South Carolina

Timmay! 03-24-2017 05:39 AM

Yes, cookies are perfectly safe. I've seen probs with people over torque-ing them and hurting the centers , but that's about it. They're light and strong. The preferred wheel for racing in 944 Spec class......which is the best racing on the planet.

emoore924 03-27-2017 04:04 PM

I have been racing cookies on my 924 since the early 90s. Never had a problem. In fact I am still using one of the sets I started with.

Nope, not selling any of 'em neither.

55 Outlaw 04-01-2017 09:52 PM

I have some for sale 4 total all of them are 7's

https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=2039972

grendiers 04-03-2017 11:26 AM

I have 4 - 15x6 bare wheels, no center caps, no paint. $150, plus freight. yo.

dwcwcw 04-06-2017 06:44 AM

Thanks for all of the replies, I've got some wheels on the way from a fellow Pelican.

mytrplseven 04-06-2017 07:15 AM

I wish someone would make them in 17". I have loved the design from the first 944 I ever saw.

FrenchToast 04-10-2017 06:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mytrplseven (Post 9540492)
I wish someone would make them in 17". I have loved the design from the first 944 I ever saw.

+1 !

Maybe Rotiform: They already make a modern Fuchs, Phonedial, and Wintercult.

Quote:

Originally Posted by callard (Post 9522976)
I've been racing 7 inch cookies on my 911 for 8 years and 6 in cookies on my 924s for 4 years with no issues/cracks. Both with sticky Hoosiers. YMMV

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChuckS944 (Post 9523125)
I have been racing and Time Trialing cookies on my 944 Spec car for over 14 years with no problems. Of all the racers that I know of out here in SoCal, etc. I don't think I know of more than one failure in all that time.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Timmay! (Post 9524168)
Yes, cookies are perfectly safe.

Quote:

Originally Posted by emoore924 (Post 9528506)
I have been racing cookies on my 924 since the early 90s. Never had a problem.

You are fooling yourselves if you think Cookies, or any wheel, is invincible. Are they stronger then some other wheels? Sure.

But you should still regularly check them for cracks.

All wheels fatigue. Old ones are already fatigued. Fuchs, Cookies, they all can crack.

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To the OP - looks like you've already found a set. But, FWIW, the 6" ones only came on the 911.


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