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19" Original Model S wheels - Silver

CAL19

Member
May 11, 2016
13
2
Texas
Greetings,

I am selling a set of 19" OEM Tesla model S wheels - Silver. The tires are Good Year - Eagle RS.A2, less than 2k miles.

The whole set is for sale for $950 obo

Prefer local pick up, Dallas Texas.
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byeLT4

Member
Feb 16, 2017
792
918
Texas
What TPMs are on them or what year car did they come off of? I think their are 2 versions and I think you can tell by model year but I'm still a newb so I might be wrong. Interested in them, not just asking. I'm looking for a set to powdercoat. I have vacation in 2 weeks, if they don't sell by then I'll be in touch!
 

shrink

Member
Supporting Member
May 21, 2013
918
437
Phoenix, AZ
Oh man. These are 19" Cyclones not the OEM Model S rims which I did not like. I'm a big fan of the Cyclones. Had them on my now sold 2013 Model S 85. They look much better and sportier than the OEM rims and give a similar look to the 21" turbines. But I like that you can put an an all season tire for better tread life.

If I didn't have some other expenses coming up, I'd be all over these. They're relatively rarely and currently hard to find.

GLWS.
 

ElectricIAC

Devil’s Advocate
Dec 31, 2019
2,588
1,705
DFW
Looking it up, they weigh marginally less than the 20" (4lb) but curious if these would work on an MX (offset is close enough, don't care about the looks honestly) but more concerned with weight rating. If these are a square setup they should be 19x8 and fit 245 so will have to replace the tires anyway to better fit on an MX.

Really just looking to increase range and soften ride.
 

CAL19

Member
May 11, 2016
13
2
Texas
What TPMs are on them or what year car did they come off of? I think their are 2 versions and I think you can tell by model year but I'm still a newb so I might be wrong. Interested in them, not just asking. I'm looking for a set to powdercoat. I have vacation in 2 weeks, if they don't sell by then I'll be in touch!

car was late 2016.
 
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CAL19

Member
May 11, 2016
13
2
Texas
Looking it up, they weigh marginally less than the 20" (4lb) but curious if these would work on an MX (offset is close enough, don't care about the looks honestly) but more concerned with weight rating. If these are a square setup they should be 19x8 and fit 245 so will have to replace the tires anyway to better fit on an MX.

Really just looking to increase range and soften ride.

how do I check if squared setup?
 

CAL19

Member
May 11, 2016
13
2
Texas
Oh man. These are 19" Cyclones not the OEM Model S rims which I did not like. I'm a big fan of the Cyclones. Had them on my now sold 2013 Model S 85. They look much better and sportier than the OEM rims and give a similar look to the 21" turbines. But I like that you can put an an all season tire for better tread life.

If I didn't have some other expenses coming up, I'd be all over these. They're relatively rarely and currently hard to find.

GLWS.

how do you know they are cyclones? I can’t tell
 

tmyl21

Member
Jul 15, 2014
218
24
Hamilton NJ
Interested! What is the tire tread remaining on the 4 tires and how much use(mileage) would you say that they have incurred?

Thanks and more pics would be awesome if possible. Inside wheel well ; tire tread ; any curb rash ie markings on the wheels
 

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