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 Post subject: 928 wheel options.
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 7:54 pm 
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I’m hopefully going to sort out the wheels for the 928 in the next couple of weeks. I’m just after some thoughts re original wheels.

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I had these on the last 928 and consider them the ‘standard’ 928 wheel. I don’t dislike them but fancy something different perhaps but, I wouldn’t be too upset with another set.

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I’ve never actually seen a set of these on a 928 on the road but, I do quite like them on the S and the 928 ones are slightly different?

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And these are the final choice. I didn’t actually realise that these would fit on a 928 and I’m fairly sure I have a set from the 944 S2 - if they are the same? I do quite like these but, the teledails are a bit different...

What’s the consensus?

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 Post subject: Re: 928 wheel options.
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 7:59 pm 
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Aha, so it's you with those Teledials on eBay

I'd choose option 1 if was me

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:01 pm 
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Nige wrote:
Aha, so it's you with those Teledials on ebay


No, not me. I do like them though!

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Option 1 says the man with wooden parts in his 924 :whistle:

They look perfect on the 928 imo. Look forward to see more pics of this car ! :grin:


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go for CUP2s if you want a more modern look or for Club Sports (forged D90s) if you want a sporty but elegant look


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Those teledials in the image are not stock

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Carrera RSR wrote:
Those teledials in the image are not stock


I thought those were the 928 Teledials?

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mike.gamble wrote:
Carrera RSR wrote:
Those teledials in the image are not stock


I thought those were the 928 Teledials?

They're flat faced Teledials. I've seen them before (very rare) but have no idea what they're off or if they're an aftermarket wheel

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Those are 928 special 15" teledials.
There are also sepcial 16" ones, i had those on the front of my 931 and will have them on the 924.


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morghen wrote:
Those are 928 special 15" teledials.
There are also sepcial 16" ones, i had those on the front of my 931 and will have them on the 924.


I have never seen them flat teledials in any accessories/ exlcusiv pararfenelia I must say.... :shock:


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