Tesla model 3 aftermarket wheels

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  • Well, like the title says i'm interested in seeing what different wheels people are throwing on their model 3's. If you have some aftermarket.

    EVWheel Direct's EVT "Turbine" style wheel is designed and engineered specifically for Tesla Model 3. ✲✲NOTE: Model 3 vehicles equipped with the "Performance Upgrade Package" require wheels with a specially-shaped center bore. (The part number of our revised wheels are denoted.

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    Thread starter garsh Start date Nov 21, Tags aftermarket avant garde model 3 rims tesla model 3 wheels. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. GetYourWheels replied to my request for some more specs. But first, some pictures: Prices appear to be: You do have to pay for tires on top of that price though. Not bad at all. Cth Active Member Nov 21, One issue that arises with aftermarket wheels is the center bore.

    Model 3 stock wheel center bore is This puts the load on the hub and off the wheel studs. It also ensures the wheel is not off center.

    Many aftermarket wheels use a larger center bore and require hub centric rings. These steel or plastic rings slip over the hub and are sized to fit the wheel center bore.

    Example not an endorsement: TSportline M3 wheel bores are Without the wheel bore being a tight fit with the hub the entire wheel instead of being hub centric is lug centric and the entire load is on the threaded lugs and tapered lugnuts. Not a good idea.

    Here are examples of hub centric rings: It's a little darker though, just a shade lighter than the car. I'd like someone to post a picture of how that looks mounted on the rear of a Model 3. Is 19x10 not available? Cth Active Member Dec 3, Any 17 fitments yet? Prodigal Son Top-Contributor Dec 5, If I can't get my hands on a second set of aeros to use for my winter tires, I'll be hoping to find something reasonably priced for ski trips.

    Don't care about looks, just a stock sized reasonably-priced set of 18s that don't require any adaptors or other BS. Prodigal Son Top-Contributor Dec 6, I'm sure you'll be able to grab a set from someone with custom wheels. I know I'll be selling mine on here when the time comes. Prodigal Son Top-Contributor Dec 7, Although these are 18's, don't know if I'll notice a difference.

    Can you use the tires from the original wheels with these? I'd still want the official tesla logo in the middle of 'em, but according to the site that's doable. Their whole marketing with wheels is a direct rim swap and using the Tesla TPMS, center caps, lug nuts, and tires. For example, if your Model S has 19 inch wheels, you can get 19 inch TSTs and just swap the rim only.

    It does not mention lug nut covers so I would assume it is separate. You must log in or register to reply here. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

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