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AL13 Wheels for Model X (22” Staggered)
DT007 Model (discontinued)

3-piece construction (hidden hardware option). Directional wheels (wheels are specific to each corner).

Black metallic chrome-look lip, gloss anthracite grey centers.

Includes center caps, tpms sensors, and lug nuts.

Front: 22X10
Rear: 22X12

Currently mounted tires: Pirelli P-Zero PZ4
Front: 275/35-R22
Rear: 315/30-R22

Can run stock 22” tires if desired (265/35 and 285/35)

Will post current pics once they are pulled out of garage+washed. One wheel has a rock chip on the outer lip/ barrel.

Disclaimer: Pics of wheels are on my model X with lowered/modified air suspension on lowering links. Your results will vary.

Not open to shipping at the moment. Prefer local pickup in Los Angeles or Orange County. Can deliver+install for an additional fee.

Asking $6000 o.b.o.

Text preferred: (323)999-II84


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Wow!!! Great look
Thanks RichardMCC!

A few questions that have been posed:

Offset - I am not 100% certain, I recall being told it was +30. I recall asking for the most aggressive possible to maximize the concavity of the wheel faces.

Rubbing Issues - There is audible rubbing on the front axle on full lock turns that sounds its worst when reversing. I have been keeping an eye on the fender liner and don't see any damage. I say this despite having the same rubbing issues on the stock 22" matte black turbines as well (I had tesla service centers check for this since I believe my fender liners are bulging/sagging but they claim it's normal and won't address it). I do not hear the rubbing on full lock turns when driving forward - only in reverse. Might be an issue isolated to my X but unsure at this point.

Abnormal wear - The wear is identical to the OEM 22". The Pirellis that are currently mounted are the second set I've used on these wheels. The previous set were Goodyears, and the tires wear from inner camber and the only lasted approx 25,000 miles.

Wheel age - the wheels were custom ordered in Oct 2018 and delivered/mounted in Jan of 2019. TPMS sensors were purchased from Tesla Service Center in Burbank.

Handling/Ride Quality - The wheels are wider than the OEM 22" turbines, and this question depends on the tires used. Originally, I kept the 265/35 and 285/35 oem tire setup, and the ride quality is more harsh since the wider wheels are stretching the tires out, lowering the sidewall profile. Handling feels stiffer/sportier. I then switched to the 275/35 and 315/30 setup to increase the sidewall and it helped plush out the ride quality but the steering is now more stiffer/sportier (had to switch to comfort mode steering) due to what I believe is a wider tire contact patch.

Lowering/Suspension Mod - The suspension is lowered using adjustable lowering links. The kit I used was from a UK reseller that sells kits for Porsches, Mercedes, BMW, etc. I don't have the link to the item unfortunately.

Fitment Mods - The wheels do not need any adapters, spacers or modifications of any type. The wheels are custom built to fit the Model X. The only fitting change is you need to utilize lug nuts that will fit (OEM ones are too big). The matte black lug nuts are included with the wheels. I also have a chrome set with locking nut/tool that I might just throw in as well since I won't have a use for it (Gorilla brand).