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21" Turbine (gray) staggered setup with tires (new / never mounted)

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by timeslip, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. timeslip

    timeslip Member

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    21" Tesla Turbine Wheels in Gray
    Staggered (21x8.5 & 21x9.5)

    Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 in 245/35/21 & 265/35/21

    Tires & Wheels were never mounted or used. If you only want the wheels, $3500, otherwise $4500 for both.

    Prefer local Bay Area, California due to weight and size of the wheels + tires.
     

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  2. timeslip

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    lowering to $4000 with tires
     
  3. dhcp

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    I think someone else has the exact same thing on here off a brand-new P100D for $2400.
     
  4. timeslip

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    That would be a steal, considering the tires alone are $1200 alone, with no labor for mounting / alignment. I could see someone selling the wheels for $2400 alone.
     
  5. T Dawg

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    Any action here? Still available?
     
  6. timeslip

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    They are still available
     
  7. mrtian97

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    I am new to tesla, why some 21" are staggered and some are squared? Will this fit without any need to modify the spring, ride height, etc with 2017 Tesla MS 60?

    Thanks
     
  8. Swift

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    Staggered is a sportier look and has some handling benefits. You can't perform a normal rotatation of the tires however.

    They will fit fine. You should determine if they have the older TPMS sensors or the newer design. The older ones won't work with your 2017 car and would have to be replaced with the newer sensors.
     
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  9. mrtian97

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    thanks
     
  10. sakimano

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    could you just disable TPMS?
     
  11. Swift

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    I suppose but why would you want to do that?
     
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    If it causes an annoying warning or something because you have old tpms on a set of wheels.

    If you buy a set of wrong generation wheels with 75% tread tires, it's hardly worth removing the tires to install the updated tpms so perhaps you just live without tpms for a year or so until you replace tires.

    If one was that that concerned about tire pressures, monitor manually periodically in the interim. As we did before the Porsche 959 brought us TPMS.
     
  13. Swift

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    A quick search on "disable TPMS" indicates that the warning message cannot be permanently disabled by the user. According to those threads, the US considers it a safety feature and Tesla will not disable it.
     
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  14. davidc18

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    new tpms are 50 each from tesla. you can drive with the old tpms but will have to live with the warning light.
     
  15. cgiGuy

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    YMMV, but Tesla replaced old TPMS on a set of wheels I had free of charge, without me even asking.
     

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