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CraigJ

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Thanks.
 
Firstly check out www.wheelenhancement.com for the names and styles.

You are looking for 18" narrow body fitment which is:

Front 7.5" ET50 offset or 8" 52 offset (both taking 225/40/18 tyres).

Rear 10" ET65 offset (but you can also go for 9" ET52 from the Boxster as it takes the same 265/35/18 tyre)

For Turbo II as in the style fitted to the 996 Turbo they are VERY rare in narrow body fitment. The widebody 11" ET45 will NOT fit your car.

I have plenty of choice so drop me a line and we can see what we can offer you.

Be very wary of buying splits without assurances/guarantees over straight/buckled wheels. Bit of a minefield on all sorts of grounds not least because many shirk the real cost of sorting them and allow them to rot.

I am happy to impart advice FOC, either way.
 
From that site chris its the 993 turbo look and the sport design wheels i like.
 
Hi Craig, both available, 993 Turbo come in 2 different guises: hollow and solid spoke, the latter very commonly available used and heavier than the hollows.

All available to suit all budgets.
 

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