Many early Porsche 911 owners like to upgrade their wheels by fitting the 16"x9" Fuchs to the rear of their 911. The problem is that both the 8" and 9" Fuchs look almost identical. They can cost a small fortune to buy second hand, so just how do you tell the difference?Views: (1779) Comments: (0) Likes: (1)
With production of the traditional Fuchs wheels now at an end, the second hand market is thriving and a good original set of Fuchs can set you back a small fortune. There are a number of after market suppliers of imitation wheels and it is all too easy to buy a set of fakes when you think your buying originals. Here are a few tips for spotting originalsViews: (4206) Comments: (0) Likes: (1)
At first glance, wheel terminology can seem a little daunting if not cryptic. When considering a wheel upgrade or even knowing more about the wheels you already have fitted to your Porsche, understanding the codes and terminology is a vital piece of the puzzle. Here is a guide to helping you speak the language of the wheel and rim experts.Views: (5612) Comments: (0) Likes: (1)
A great way to set off your Porsche wheels is with a set of painted brake calipers. They look especially great if the brake calipers have the Porsche lettering on them. Fitting brake caliper decals is a simple DIY project and takes only a few minutes per wheel.Views: (4472) Comments: (6) Likes: (4)
Channel P101tv guide for polishing the Porsche Fuchs Alloy wheelsViews: (3958) Comments: (3) Likes: (1)
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