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    Fuchs 17" Track wheel

    I tried a search with no luck. I see allot of 17 - 19" Fuchs advertised. Some don't look like the original. Does nayoine have a lead on authentic looking 17" Fuchs that are safe for track days. Something wide for 914/6 GT fenders.



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    I was very happy with my Lindsey 17's. They've been making them for 10 years or so with lots of track customers, he has the offset knowledge to get the fit right the first time and they are available fairly quickly without a lot of BS.

    You will likely need to supply the 16x6 centers he uses however, that can take some time.

    These are 8's and 9.5's with 235/255 tires with RS flares in the rear. They were bolt on and fit over my 964 brakes with no spacers.

    '71T 3.2 Spec 911 #806
    '69 BMW E9 Coupe

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    Man, Todd, that car looks so beautiful every time I see it. The depth of shine in that metallic blue shows off the curves perfectly.
    1971 911S, 2.7RS spec MFI engine, suspension mods, lightened
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