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Help identifying rim

My neighbors son damaged the front right wheel on his 2000 996 convertable. He took it to a few shops and they said it was not repairable. The car was purchased with these wheels on it. He Said it's a 19 x 10 with a 40mm offset. No name or part number. He is looking to find a matching replacement wheel. Any help you can provide in identifying this rim would be appricated. Even better if you know where to procure one. The picture is of the Drivers side wheel, not the bent one.
Thanks for any help,

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Old 11-19-2020, 09:14 PM
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Part number is on the inside of wheel. Take it off and look. I am sure they are factory wheels. Offset is stamped by valve stem.
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I've checked the web sites for used factory wheels for 1999 to 2003 factory wheels and there is a "Y" spoke wheel that is close but the center profile is very different. The neighbor had the wheel off and got the size ifnormation from the back side but side there was no part number of manufacture, etc.

Looks like he will have to find a set of used wheels.
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Possibly Champion Motorsport one piece wheels, or replicas.
Is there anything engraved on the inner lip of the wheel?
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Looks like a Champion RG5
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Champion-Motorsport-RG5-Porsche-Wheel-Forged-Monolite-19-x-8-inch-46-offset-/174034090353?_trksid=p2385738.m4383.l4275.c10
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Thank you Maxnine11 and Shamus911. That looks like his wheel. I have not seen the backside / inner lip. I was only going off what he told me, that it was stamped 19 x10 x 40mm
I'll get him the information.

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