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20" Model 3 Performance Wheels and Tires - only 50 miles (Shipped from Las Vegas)

p3dev

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Aug 4, 2019
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Las Vegas, NV
Selling my almost brand new set of 20" Model 3 Performance, it only has ~50 miles.
I literally switched to aftermarket wheels and tires the next day.

Full set:
4 x 20X8.5 Model 3 Performance Silver Wheels with 235/35/20 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires
4 x TPMS (already mounted as it came from the factory)
4 x Tesla Wheel center caps

I'm located in Las Vegas - selling for $2650 local pickup or $2950 shipped.
 
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ChadS

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Yes, I have heard from a couple of people that have tried P3D+ 20" wheels on non-P cars. They will fit. (Non-P wheel don't always work on P3D+ cars, though).
 

brianman

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Yes, I have heard from a couple of people that have tried P3D+ 20" wheels on non-P cars. They will fit. (Non-P wheel don't always work on P3D+ cars, though).
I can confirm I've ridden in a M3 RWD with M3P OEM 20" wheels on. :)
 
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hashraf

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Aug 27, 2015
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i believe there are 2 types of 20" wheels that Tesla carries. For non P3D+ fitment there is a slightly different spec wheel 35mm offset vs. 40mm offset. Not sure if the one that came with P3D+ will work. When i called local service center they told me I need to buy the one with the different offset which they sell specifically for the non P3D+. Not sure though.
 

ChadS

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There are indeed two types of 20" OEM wheels, but as noted above both fit on all Model 3s except for the P3D+. That is the only model that can't take all OEM wheels.
 

UCF3

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Sep 1, 2017
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Are 20” wheels recommended to be installed at Service Centers because of the adjustments needed to rear suspension on Non-P models?
 

Jaywlker

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Nov 8, 2018
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Are 20” wheels recommended to be installed at Service Centers because of the adjustments needed to rear suspension on Non-P models?

My understanding is that the M3 OEM 20 inch performance wheels can go on either M3 Performance or non-performance cars without a need for any change in suspension.
 

p3dev

Member
Aug 4, 2019
13
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Las Vegas, NV
I confirmed with a Tesla tech that the P3D performance wheels will indeed fit the other models just fine
Thanks @mikehen08

Here’s a quick photo of the wheels.
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