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BLOXSPORT Spacers for Model 3 Performance (20mm Front / 25mm Back)

Wanted to know if anyone has this setup with BloxSport spacers: 20mm front / 25mm back, with OEM 20" wheels.
I wanted a bit more aggressive look than the 15mm / 20mm that is typically used, however I don't want ANY poke out of the wheel wells. (it looks like it'll be close and perfectly flush is fine) I have a Model 3 Performance with the OEM 20" wheels. Let me know what you suggest and post pics of your Model 3! Thanks everyone!! (and yes, I'll be getting springs for it, too!)
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hey so I did 15/20. Upgrading my rear 20 to 25 def has room there. the front looks pretty perfect at 15 but not sure if 20 would look bad. might land at 15/25.
I'm thinking the same for mine. (25 in rear) I've heard about older model M3P's that the lugs are too long and don't allow the wheel to sit right. Any insight you can provide? (not sure what years yours is, but mine is a 2018)
 
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I have 15mm front and 18mm rears on the OEM 19” Sport wheels. Not sure about 20” like you have there. I did the measurements with a plumb line so I didn’t extend beyond the fenders. That is how I arrived at my size choices of 15mm and 18mm.
Smart!! I've heard about older model M3P's that the lugs are too long and don't allow the wheel to sit right. Any insight you can provide? (not sure what years yours is, but mine is a 2018)
 
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Wanted to know if anyone has this setup with BloxSport spacers: 20mm front / 25mm back, with OEM 20" wheels.
I wanted a bit more aggressive look than the 15mm / 20mm that is typically used, however I don't want ANY poke out of the wheel wells. (it looks like it'll be close and perfectly flush is fine) I have a Model 3 Performance with the OEM 20" wheels. Let me know what you suggest and post pics of your Model 3! Thanks everyone!! (and yes, I'll be getting springs for it, too!)
I've got 20mm front and 25mm rear on mine. (I USED to have 15mm front and 20mm rear).

If you don't want any poking out, maybe go 18mm on the front. Then again, I have the 18" aero wheels so I'm not sure if there's a difference with any of Tesla's other wheels.

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OP, please use caution with the recommendations. You are asking about performance wheels and rotors and getting inputs from LR and SR owners who are working with different wheel offsets and rotor hat thicknesses!

That said, on a Performance model with factory wheels and rotors, I am not sure you will still be inside the top of the fenders with 20f / 25r without increasing camber.
 
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