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Cost to have wheels/tires replaced?

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by jaydee49, May 19, 2017.

  1. jaydee49

    jaydee49 Member

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    I am planning on buying a new set of wheels/tires from a private party here and was curious from the experience of others what it runs to have Tesla to take off my tires/wheels and install new ones. Or does it makes sense to have a tire shop do it instead? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Derek Kessler

    Derek Kessler Member

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    Tesla will only work with Tesla-branded wheels. If you're getting wheels from any other manufacturer, you'll have to go to a tire/wheel shop.

    The cost varies depending on what all needs to be done. Mounting the tires, installing TPMS, balancing the wheels, mounting the wheels, etc. all add costs.

    I got a ready-to-go wheel set from T Sportline and my local Firestone charger $60 to mount them on the car.
     
  3. jaydee49

    jaydee49 Member

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    They would be Tesla-branded wheels (just upgrading)
     
  4. tliving

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    Just use a good local tire shop.
     

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