Welcome to Tesla Motors Club
Discuss Tesla's Model S, Model 3, Model X, Model Y, Cybertruck, Roadster and More.
Register

Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

Dr.Will

Member
Dec 19, 2016
245
200
Irvine
Question for you guys - admittedly, offsets confuse me. I am looking to order Rohana RFX11's for my MYP. Could I run a square 20x10 +40? I see Dr.Will is running a square 20x10 setup but with a lower offset - which makes me curious of how the +40 would work. Suspension will remain stock for the time being.

Big thanks if anyone can help me out here.

Yep that will work!
 

Googone20

Member
May 14, 2021
48
20
Lake Orion, MI
Lol!! All info given is spot on. I greatly appreciate everyone's input. This thread is providing people with some excellent information.

Question for everyone. Are you guys all running hub rings since most of these wheels and fitment are not in the Tesla stock 64.1mm hub bore?
 

Googone20

Member
May 14, 2021
48
20
Lake Orion, MI
Just ordered up my new wheels and tire setup. I went a route that I haven't seen anyone do yet. 20x10.5 ET35 square, with 275/40/20 Michelin Pilot All Season 4's. My wheels are the Aodhan AFF7's in Satin Black. Supposedly they are only 24lbs per wheel at a 20x10.5!! I am curious to see how light they feel in person. I will weight the complete setup as soon as I get them. I will be immediately removing my stock wheels and tires and placing them for sale. I haven't even taken delivery yet for my MYP, so the goal is that my stock set be driven home from the dealership and removed for sale.
 

vtplm

Member
May 9, 2018
107
116
Irvine, CA
I just put 18mm spacers front and back to stock ubers. Slight poke in the back but nothing to write home about. Pretty happy with the look
 

Attachments

  • 20210709_225732.jpg
    20210709_225732.jpg
    626 KB · Views: 119
  • 20210709_225754.jpg
    20210709_225754.jpg
    544.4 KB · Views: 103
  • 20210709_230217.jpg
    20210709_230217.jpg
    601.2 KB · Views: 103
  • Like
Reactions: Dr.Will

EVO X

Member
Feb 28, 2021
37
22
NJ
Bigger wheels with All season wider tires is a terrible bad upgrade to do, noooooooo!
Why not get a dedicated summer and dedicated winter tires instead?
300 thread wear for summer and blizzak for winter FTW!
 

MIH007

Member
May 3, 2021
19
7
Atlanta
Bigger wheels with All season wider tires is a terrible bad upgrade to do, noooooooo!
Why not get a dedicated summer and dedicated winter tires instead?
300 thread wear for summer and blizzak for winter FTW!
I assume you are referring to driving in snow? I live in the south and we don't have bad winters. And this isn't my only car so I don't drive it in bad weather.
 

EVO X

Member
Feb 28, 2021
37
22
NJ
I assume you are referring to driving in snow? I live in the south and we don't have bad winters. And this isn't my only car so I don't drive it in bad weather.
For Googone20-
Why get all-season tires and not dedicated summer tires for the win?
All season tires suck the big one in handling!!
 

aanderson81

Member
Aug 16, 2018
9
5
West Suffield
Thanks! AirDemand suspension and Airlift 3H management.
Stay FAR away from AirDemand. I bought their kit for the Model 3, the front suspension failed after 6 months, not covered by any warranty. Paid for the repair kit on 7/5. They then drop shipped it surface from China AFTER I ASKED ABOUT OVERNIGHT SHIPPING because I cant drive the car and its my daily driver. Its not supposed to arrive until the end of the month. So basically a month turn around on repair parts. I would find someone else if you're interested in airsuspension
 

eglee413

Member
Feb 26, 2020
42
33
Bay Area
This one is under load with baggage and a loaded roof rack heading up to Tahoe and the rears didn't rub. The other is load less.
 

Attachments

  • 20210402_135704.jpg
    20210402_135704.jpg
    430.8 KB · Views: 88
  • 20210313_091855.jpg
    20210313_091855.jpg
    615.8 KB · Views: 100

Products we're discussing on TMC...

About Us

Formed in 2006, Tesla Motors Club (TMC) was the first independent online Tesla community. Today it remains the largest and most dynamic community of Tesla enthusiasts. Learn more.

Do you value your experience at TMC? Consider becoming a Supporting Member of Tesla Motors Club. As a thank you for your contribution, you'll get nearly no ads in the Community and Groups sections. Additional perks are available depending on the level of contribution. Please visit the Account Upgrades page for more details.


SUPPORT TMC
Top