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3SDM 0.08 20x9 Silver Wheels with Pirelli Winter Sottozero Tires plus TPMS & Chrome Lug Nuts- $1,750

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by arijaycomet, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. arijaycomet

    arijaycomet Member

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    Selling my winter wheel/tire combo as follows:

    3SDM 0.08 Wheels
    Finish: Silver with Cut Facing
    Size: 20x9 ET38 (x4, Square)

    Snow Tires
    Size: 245/40-20 (x4)
    Brand: Pirelli
    Style: Winter Sottozero 3 XL
    Category: Performance Winter/Snow

    Includes chrome locking lug nut kit with tool, as shown. Wheels/tires are mounted/balanced, and include TPMS for newer Tesla (there was a TPMS change in late 2014, and this is the newer TPMS for late-2014 to present, so works fine for all 2015/2016 model S vehicles, and Q4 2014 vehicles too!)

    Wheels show some wear/tear/oxidation as photos will show. Tires are in great condition, with around 5,000 total miles of use only. Paid $1,700 for the wheels new, plus $1,500 for the tires, another $200 for the TPMS, $20 for hub centric rings, and $50 for the lug nut kit. Add in another $125 paid to have it all mounted and balanced at local tire shop. That is over $3,500 invested! Asking price is less than half what I paid, but I am also open to all reasonable offers too!

    Free local pickup in Ohio. Willing to drive to meet buyer within a short distance. Shipping is available for flat rate of $150 to the domestic continental USA, and covers the cost of transit plus appropriate packaging for safe transit.

    PLEASE FIND MY LISTING ON PANJO AND PURCHASE HERE:
    3SDM 0.08 20x9 Silver Wheels with Pirelli Winter Sottozero Tires plus TPMS & Chrome Lug Nuts

     
  2. Bengineer

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    This looks like every satanist's dream car :p
     
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  3. arijaycomet

    arijaycomet Member

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    Haha yeah a good friend of mine's wife always said something similar when she would see my car. :cool:
     
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  4. arijaycomet

    arijaycomet Member

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    Winter & snow are still months away. But that doesn't mean you can't be ready!!

    UPDATED ASKING PRICE:
    $1,600 USD via PayPal
    with FREE SHIPPING (to the domestic USA)
     
  5. JUdell

    JUdell Member

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    where are you in Ohio
    I may be interested in the right price.
    I live in Detroit
     
  6. arijaycomet

    arijaycomet Member

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    Sorry but these are already sold
     
  7. Euripides

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    How did the 20" winter wheels work for you in the snow? I want to get a winter set and wanted to go bigger than 19" but, want to make sure it's the right move.
     
  8. arijaycomet

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    It's my humble opinion that 20" wheels & tires are the best setup for a Model S sedan, for both summer and winter. They offer a great combination of great looks, ample handling, and superior ride comfort. Admittedly the 19" setup is good for winter too-- but where I live the amount of days with deep snow pales compared to just wet days-- so the 20s offered a nice compromise.

    That said-- we're down to just 1 Tesla now, my wife's 2015 CPO. And she loves the factory 21s but the car came with the 19s, so we use factory setups now for summer/winter. But I'd say that if you want to go bigger for winter (or smaller for summer), 20" is my favorite on the MS!
     

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