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Old 06-07-2010, 05:39 PM
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996 Bolt Pattern

Hi guys, quick question for you guys. I've got a '02 996 C2. I'm looking at getting into a 996tt. I've got 19" Kinesis F110s on the C2 and want to keep them if the bolt pattern is the same on the turbos.

Anyone know if the bolt patterns are the same?

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Yes, 5 x 130. But the offset will be different so you would have to run spacers in the rear.
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Hey thanks Paulunm, I appreciate it!
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Follow up question, what size spacers would I need?
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Follow up question, what size spacers would I need?
15 or 18mm depending on how aggressive you want the final offset to be. Let me know if I can help in any way.
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