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> FS: Almost NOS 15x7 Superlite Wheels For Porsche 5x130
greggearhead
post Sep 10 2021, 01:05 PM
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15x7
Backspacing 5"
Bolt Pattern 5x130
ET 26mm


These are older Superlite wheels when they were made in Australia. I bought them for my 1973 911T and they fit the long nose narrow body perfectly. When I bought them around 2005, they were advertised as Fuchs 7R offsets, which they really aren't. Fuchs 7R are 49mm offset, 'regular' 7s are 23.3mm so these have a couple mm more clearance.

They fit my non flared car very well, but I wasn't lowered and ran 205/55R15 tires. Would fit an SC/Flared car with small spacers very easily.

The modern Superlites, while good wheels, are made in China and have a rough, as-cast finish on the centers of the wheels. These are the older version, with a smooth finish like the classic Superlites of the 60s/70s. These haven't been made in over a decade in this style. These had tires mounted and balanced, and were installed, but driven less than 50 miles before being removed. One wheel has some paint scratches on the lip, pictured.

$1500 obo

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post Sep 11 2021, 07:40 AM
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Those are lovely wheels and one of my favorites on our cars. GLWTS. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/beerchug.gif)
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