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Vendor Affordable Monoblock Forged! VS Forged Wheels

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by [email protected], Aug 1, 2018.

  1. Josh@GYW

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    VS Forged Wheels
    GetYourWheels Authorized Distributor

    VS Forged wheel is a collaboration between Vertini Wheels and Stance Wheels, hence the name VS.
    These new VS Forged monoblock wheels are surely going to change the aftermarket wheel industry.
    Taking in consideration for the ultimate street and performance wheel, VS Forged wheels features aggressive, unique styles.
    Using the latest innovative technology, VS Forged brings super light weight, forged monoblock wheels without sacrificing strength.
    Each set is built to your car's fitment needs and tested for road use even with their own interpretation of the modern wheel design.
    With prices these low for a full set, VS Forged brings the best bang for the buck forged monoblock wheels to the car industry.


    Give us a call at (562)275-8268
    All wheels from VS Forged are available from 18" to 22"
    18" from 8.0 to 11.5" wide sizes - $2,400/set
    19" from 8.0 to 11.5" wide sizes - $2,500/set
    20" from 8.5 to 11.5" wide sizes - $2,600/set
    21" only 9.0 and 10.5" wide sizes - $2,800/set
    22" only 10.5" wide size - $2,900/set

    Here are a couple of my favorite designs!

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    Give us a call at (562)275-8268
    Each set takes about 6-8 weeks in production.
     
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  2. TintDepot.com

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    Amazing wheels! Do you recommend quality rim protectors to add on those to help prevent damage from my spouse's driving habits?
     
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  3. Josh@GYW

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    Ooohh.. I do not. I'm sure you can get those rim protector rings but i'm sure a big enough force can still see some curb rashing throught he protector rings. I'd say go with an appropriate tire and tire size for extra protection or ultimately, get her her own car or take the keys away. :eek:
     
  4. Josh@GYW

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    VS Forged VS02 in a modest Slate Grey finish
    19X9 built for a Q50RS
    20lbs

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  5. Josh@GYW

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    VS Forged VS08 in a the popular Brushed Titanium finish
    20X9.5 built for Audi S6
    22 lbs

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  6. bryanle1

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    Do you have the load ratings for the line?
     
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  7. bsmith60

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    Do you have an offset that would allow the use of the michelin ps4 255/40-20 on the front and 295/35-20 tires that won't rub? If not, am I better off going with 245/40-20 and 285/35-20 on the back. I would like to go with 255/40-20 on the front if it won't rub, but I am concerned that being even 0.1 inches larger in diameter would look funny with the rear tires being smaller. That is why I was thinking about the 295/35-20's- more for the added diameter that the extra width if they would fit.
     
  8. Josh@GYW

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    For the Model S? Widest and safest we've done is 285/35/20 in the back with 245 up front. Best setup to get. 295 is just too wide and would rub on the inner liner or rub on the fender no matter what offset we do to push it out to not rub on the inside or bring it in to not rub on the fender.
     
  9. Josh@GYW

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    VS Forged VS02 in Satin Black!
    These were built in a specific OE+ fitment to re-use with stock tires
    19X8 = 19lbs
    19X9 = 20lbs


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  10. Josh@GYW

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    VS Forged VS03 in Gloss Brushed Clear!
    21X10.5 all around for an Audi S7.


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  11. Josh@GYW

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    VS02 seems to be the popular choice! This set was done in Gloss Black for a Tesla Model 3.
    19X9 = 20 lbs | 19X10 = 21lbs


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  12. Josh@GYW

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    Forgestar CF10 vs F14

    Who fits the Gloss Brushed Clear better?


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  13. Josh@GYW

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    The Matte Brushed Titanium finish looks too good. Looks perfect with the VS06's sharp design.
    This set is going on a Tesla Model 3 Performance

    20X8.5 - 22lbs
    20X10 - 22lbs


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    $300 off your set on any size! Sale starts today and ends on Nov. 30th, 2018!
    Hit us up for any questions on fitment and color options.


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  15. untilcomplete

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    How much weight can each wheel hold? I was reading some forum posts saying wheel load rating was about 1500lbs which would be barely driveable on the street, let alone track use for a Model 3. Any VS Forged documentation?
     
  16. Xenoilphobe

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    1500 lbs per corner would be 6000 lbs GVWR or gross vehicle weigh rating, way more than the Model 3 rating at 963 lbs of cargo and passenger capacity.

    @untilcomplete if this is axle load rating, then these wheels shouldn't be on the car and violate DOT regs... (which I doubt)..

    Curb weight (I rounded up for even more of a buffer)
    • Standard RWD: 3,552 lb (1,611 kg)[5] ~4552 GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
    • Standard Dual-Motor AWD: 3,757 lb (1,704 kg)[5] ~4757 GVWR
    • Mid-Range RWD: 3,686 lb (1,672 kg)[5] ~4686 GVWR
    • Long-Range RWD: 3,814 lb (1,730 kg)[5][6] ~4814 GVWR
    • Long-Range Dual-Motor AWD (including Performance): 4,072 lb (1,847 kg)[5] ~5072 GVW
     
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  17. untilcomplete

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    @Xenoilphobe Thanks for the info! There isn't much data on the VS Forged line and trying to make sense of it before jumping in. Thinking of the VS Forged VS02 or the Titan 7 TS-5 (both in 19x9). Both are pretty similar in price and looks except the VS02 has the Black Friday deal going on right now.
     
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  18. Xenoilphobe

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    Just confirm that they are mono-block forged and you should be GTG as this would be a very good price @ $2100.
    If they are flow formed this isn't a good deal... also ask if they have a lifetime warranty on their mono-block product.

    I'm just glad they are vendor, kinda hoping the others guys would be one on TMC too!
     
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  19. untilcomplete

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    According to the GYW website they are " Full T6061 Forged Monoblock" and also have a lifetime warranty on wheel structure. Hard choice between VS and the Titan 7s..
     
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  20. Xenoilphobe

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    Check timelines on delivery too... but at that price I would have to look at the VS.... or call Titan and ask them if they will price match....
     

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