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245/35/21 Set of 4 Continental ExtremeContact DW 8.5/32 Tread Left

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by SoCal Jimmy, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. SoCal Jimmy

    SoCal Jimmy Member

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    I have a set of 4 Continental ExtremeContact DW's in 245/35/21 that came with the set of 21" turbines I bought but replaced with Michelin Pilot Sports.

    Tires are like new with at least 8.5/32 tread left all around. No bubbles, patches or repairs to any of the tires.

    Retail for $900 from Tirerack, asking $500 OBO

    Located in Brea, North OC area.
     

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  2. sklsy

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    Will Tesla SC install them on OEM wheels?
     
  3. SoCal Jimmy

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    I don't know if SC's mount customer provided tires. I went to an independent shop for all my work. Much cheaper than SC.
     
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    I'm interested. I currently have 21" Continental SportContact5 installed OEM with 26k miles. Not sure if you're a tire expert but any reason or why Tesla switched from SportContact5 to ExtremeContact as OEM? Or why you would take a loss to switch out for the Super Sports?

    I hoping my next set last just as long. The naysayers claim 21" rims chew through tires but I'm going to get 30k mile without an issue from SportContact5.
     
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    I will also hit 30K on my staggered 21" ContiSilent's......I ignored all the naysayers. No regrets.
     
  6. SoCal Jimmy

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    The Michelin's on our P90D wore out pretty quickly but I almost chalk that up to driving it more aggressively than our other car. It's a P after all :)

    The continentals tend to get 20-30k miles from several locals I talked to as well.
     
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