My neighbor just bought some 7 spoke carbon fibre wheels for his 998 so he is selling the 5 spoke magnesium ones that came stock with it. Does anyone know how difficult it would be to prep them to fit on my 2000 tona?
So basically what you are saying is this could be a royal pain in the a--. Well I have to pull the rear anyways for new sprocket and chain, would be a good time to see if the rear fits, and with how much modifications.
Rear will fit with a spacer and some longer locating dowels - the flange is actually the same.
Front is wher eit would require more work.
Definitely need the duc rotors and I believe some custom spacers for either the rotors or maybe the calipers would be easier (since its a non-radial application)
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