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    FS: Rays Versus VT125S

    Ok I read that again. I see what you mean.
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    FS: Rays Versus VT125S

    I don’t understand what you mean by flipping them. These are a square setup 9.5 all around.
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    FS: Rays Versus VT125S

    I didn’t want to run a large spacer in the front and rear. I was ok with rotating the tires when needed.
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    FS: Rays Versus VT125S

    Bump
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    FS: Rays Versus VT125S

    Probably the only set available. Purchased new. 18x9.5 +22 18x9.5 +38 Mounted on Continental DWS 06 Plus 265/40. 95% tread left if not more. $2600 obo Located in Los Angeles.
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Thanks again! Great information as always! I’m going back tomorrow to raise it an inch.
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    It was set to the stock measurements. I used Megan front and and rear camber arms. Is there camber setting you’d recommend? I forgot the paper at the shop, but I will be returning tomorrow to have them raise it a bit. I forgot to factor in passengers and added weight, which means it’ll be even...
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Finally got the suspension, wheels, and tires installed today. Rays Versus VT125S 265/40R18 18x9.5 +35 Front 18x9.5 +22 Rear Thanks again @P3D-R for the recommendation to go with 265’s.
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Just got home after a full day with the family, and first off, thanks for the replies! Especially P3D-R! It kept bugging me why the wheel was extending so far out. This morning when I was test fitting it, it was my fault for not checking which wheel I was mounting in the front and just...
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    This is the perfect fitment. I have 18x9.5 +22 and +35 (38 with 3mm spacer). Does the OEM performance rotor make a difference on the offset/fitment? I have a performance stealth without the brakes, and the wheels seem to be poking out a bit when I test fitted it without tires and at full...
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Thanks for that heads up! Did you purchase camber arms for the front and/or rear? And if so, what brand did you go with? It's crazy how much I've been quoted for the installation. When I had the wheels off, the suspension looks pretty straight forward. Having done my E90 M3 and Crx myself, I...
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Thanks for the quick response. I was being lazy, so I decided to jack up the car today and test fit the wheels with no tires. I'll be running a 255/40/R18 Continental DWS 06 Plus. The front has a very slight poke, maybe a 1mm or 2mm visually, but I also saw that the wheel is really close to...
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    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    Believe it or not, but I just spent the last hour looking for some info so any help would be greatly appreciated! 18x9.5 +22 18x9.5 +38 (5mm spacer purchased) Tires:255/40R18 2020 Model 3 Performance Stealth. Am I going to run into any issues? Don’t want it to poke. Thanks in advance!
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    FS: OEM M3 performance spoiler

    Can you message as I can’t send members a message yet. Thank you! I’m located in Los Angeles, and can pick it up
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    What Offset Gives Flush Fitment?

    Hi, could you help me out and let me know which tire size you went with? Although discount tire has returns, I’d rather get it on the first try as I’m running the same exact wheels size and offset. Hopefully you’re still on tbis forum. Also, would you happen to have a picture of your model 3...
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    FS: OEM M3 performance spoiler

    Still available?
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    FS - Unplugged Performance Dual Rate springs, Los Angeles / Pasadena area, Model 3 LR AWD / Performance

    Hi, I am located in Eagle Rock. If these are still available, ill take em! I can even meet you up since I'm close. Let me know, thanks!

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