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> SOLD - FS: Euromeister Wheels - Fuch Style 16x7, 2 Wheels - $300 - New
mmascari
post Feb 9 2018, 06:32 PM
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I am selling 2- Euromeister 16x7 wheels. I purchased these to test fit but do not fit my Boxster calipers. They rub the caliper on the inside. Anyway, the tires will be removed and the wheels shipped in the original boxes. Brand new never used. Only installed tires to test fit. $300 plus buyer pays shipping. Thanks.


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post Feb 11 2018, 08:49 AM
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post Feb 12 2018, 06:25 PM
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I have the same wheels for the front of my 914 GT project. I haven't mounted them yet, and was thinking about using the Boxster brakes also. Were your problems with non-S calipers or S calipers?

I assume it was Non-S, but want to be sure.

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QUOTE(Mitox @ Feb 12 2018, 04:25 PM) *

I have the same wheels for the front of my 914 GT project. I haven't mounted them yet, and was thinking about using the Boxster brakes also. Were your problems with non-S calipers or S calipers?

I assume it was Non-S, but want to be sure.

Thanks



The problem was in the rear. I have a stock bodied car. I thought maybe they could squeeze in there but when I went to mount the wheel it hit the caliper on the inside. I could use a small spacer but then the tire would stick out even further not allowing the tire to fit on the outside. I have non-S Boxster calipers on all four corners. Unfortunately the only wheel that I think will fit with my calipers/stock body is the Boxster 16" wheel that I have on the car now. I guess I will have to do flares some day.
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Wow, this does seem like a great deal....

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QUOTE(mmascari @ Feb 13 2018, 07:58 PM) *

QUOTE(Mitox @ Feb 12 2018, 04:25 PM) *

I have the same wheels for the front of my 914 GT project. I haven't mounted them yet, and was thinking about using the Boxster brakes also. Were your problems with non-S calipers or S calipers?

I assume it was Non-S, but want to be sure.

Thanks



The problem was in the rear. I have a stock bodied car. I thought maybe they could squeeze in there but when I went to mount the wheel it hit the caliper on the inside. I could use a small spacer but then the tire would stick out even further not allowing the tire to fit on the outside. I have non-S Boxster calipers on all four corners. Unfortunately the only wheel that I think will fit with my calipers/stock body is the Boxster 16" wheel that I have on the car now. I guess I will have to do flares some day.



Thanks for the feedback. I'll need to figure out what to do for brakes soon.

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I'm interested and can a UPS acct # to ship down to Orange, Ca. What are the box sizes and weight so I can estimate the ground shipping?

thx
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QUOTE(Mitox @ Feb 13 2018, 09:13 PM) *

QUOTE(mmascari @ Feb 13 2018, 07:58 PM) *

QUOTE(Mitox @ Feb 12 2018, 04:25 PM) *

I have the same wheels for the front of my 914 GT project. I haven't mounted them yet, and was thinking about using the Boxster brakes also. Were your problems with non-S calipers or S calipers?

I assume it was Non-S, but want to be sure.

Thanks



The problem was in the rear. I have a stock bodied car. I thought maybe they could squeeze in there but when I went to mount the wheel it hit the caliper on the inside. I could use a small spacer but then the tire would stick out even further not allowing the tire to fit on the outside. I have non-S Boxster calipers on all four corners. Unfortunately the only wheel that I think will fit with my calipers/stock body is the Boxster 16" wheel that I have on the car now. I guess I will have to do flares some day.



Thanks for the feedback. I'll need to figure out what to do for brakes soon.

On the Boxster brakes
Hi Robert,

Any Porsche 15 or 16" alloy wheel, 7" or wider will fit over the boxster caliper. My guess is the guy bought the "cost effective" cast Fuchs copies which have a completely different ID.

You're golden and the best of luck with the project!

Rich

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QUOTE(Beach914 @ Feb 14 2018, 06:58 AM) *

I'm interested and can a UPS acct # to ship down to Orange, Ca. What are the box sizes and weight so I can estimate the ground shipping?

thx


Sorry they just sold.
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