I've been shopping for some winter rims, factory rims from Tesla supposedly won't be available until the first week of November which cuts it pretty close for my climate. I was at a tire store on the weekend pricing out options and was told that I would have to buy a whole new set of lug nuts because the lug nut seat angle for aftermarket rims is different than Tesla's. This sounded like a bit of a scam to get me to spend another $75 in their store, is there any truth to it? I couldn't find any detailed specs on the factory lug nuts, I used a crappy plastic protractor from an old geometry set I had at home to measure the lug nut seat and it appears that the seat angle is around 60° - by no means was that precise. I know that lug seats can have different shapes : Performance Alloys.com®“ Wheel Nuts & Wheel Bolts - Long Wheel Nuts: The Alloy Wheel Experts but I've not heard of different seat angles. Having different angles seems like an unnecessary complication when ordering rims.