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    Fuchs, Deep Sixes w/ hearts set of 4

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    Nice set of deep sixes. These came to me on a restored 356 outlaw and have about 1100 miles on them.
    Refinished. I'd consider them very nice driver quality, not full tilt concours.
    Three are part number 901.361.012.06 with date codes of 469, 668 and 470. Fourth is 901.361.012.04 date code is 10? All are of course 6Jx15. Center caps are included.


    SOLD $3200 OBO plus shipping and insurance from 27713
    Pickup welcome

    Thanks,
    Tom
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    Hi Tom,

    I’m very interested in this set of deep 6s. DM sent
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    lowered price
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    Are they anodized or polished?
    Thanks for a reply

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    The spokes/petals are polished.
    Tom

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    Hi Tom - I am not an expert on these, do you know why the 4th one has a different part number (901.361.012.04)? And can you confirm they are all the same size? BTW - I have a 71 911T that I would put these on. Thanks in advance for the info.

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    The three that end in 06 were stock on 69-71 S's. The one ending in 04 was stock on 68 S's. All would have been available on any 911's or 912's of that period. The four match perfectly and the date codes should only make a difference to the truly OCD or perhaps someone entering a restoration at Porsche Parade.
    These came on a 356 Outlaw I purchased and I don't like Fuchs on a 356.
    Tom

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    Thanks Tom and that is very helpful. DM sent. - Scott
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    I didn’t think 6s were used until 69MY. The 12.04 is a 5.5 wheel but some early 6s have been seen with the .04 part number and stamped as 6x15 because they used the 5.5 blank but teased them out to 6” before the 6” dies were made. At least that is the theory.

    I’ve never heard that 6’s were stock on the 68S but used the 5.5 part number. Don’t doubt Troos measurement capability, just the explanation of the part number.
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