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6" fuchs on a bug ?

i have a pair of 6" Fuchs that i'm offering to a VW guy for his bug.
he's asking me if their the "early" style as he has a concern re: offset. i'm primarily a 356 type just getting my feet wet in the '900' world. i know that the "deep" 6's are the earliest. then there are 2 later types (?) one accepts the '3-clip' style cap and the other accepts the "cup" style cap. are all the offsets the same ? thanks in advance for any help. best, jerry
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I have 15"x 7" phonedials on my beetle under stock fenders, hope that helps
a few pics of my project
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The 6'' fuchs fits all bugs without clearance problems. But with the 1302 and '73 1303 superbeetles the front wheels will foul on the front springs.
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