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Check the part numbers cast into the back side of the wheels, and report back here, or call a Porsche parts dealer.

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thank you very much, maybe after work, i can get a better look at the numbers on the wheels.. and thanks for the link!
 

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Check the part numbers cast into the back side of the wheels, and report back here, or call a Porsche parts dealer.

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i think the code is gk-alsi7mgo...
they look like the 16 cup wheels... just trying to get the correct name for them
 

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Hard to get a good look from your pix, but to my eye they have a front wheel drive offset. If they are factory there should be embossed numbers something like 8x16 ET54, sometimes between spokes, sometimes on the rear. Aftermarket wheels seldom do this. I think the string you mentioned is actually the description of the alloy of the wheel.(AL-Si-Mg....)

Wheel Enhancement also has a gallery of Porsche wheels(factory and 3rd party)you can compare.


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These look like base 16” “Cup” wheels from a 993.
The 16” “Cup” was a different style than the 17” “Cup” wheel.
They should be 16”x7” and 16”x9” (front and rear).

Look for a 993 xxx xxx xx number on the rear of one of the spokes.
 
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