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Front: 22x9.5 / Rear: 22x11.0

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by Dreamin, Nov 22, 2013.

  1. Dreamin

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    #1 Dreamin, Nov 22, 2013
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  2. JerryNycom

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    Love the white painted bottom plastic.....Really might do that.....
     
  3. anthony

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    It looks like what they consider fitting isn't that at all. Maybe its the angle, but i'm pretty sure it hangs out a bit.
     
  4. simplesolar

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    When I had the wheel manufacture measure the wheel well depth, he told me it was not possible to put 11" due to rear clearance. I am pretty sure if you look closer at the car the rims would stick out .25-.5"
     
  5. aznt1217

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    That car... is beautiful
     
  6. nrcooled

    nrcooled P#8946 VIN 03225

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    Fitment is all about what you want in the look. While that wheel fits notice that the rear tires are stretched on the wheels and there is a bit of wheel "poke" where the lip of the wheel sticks out from the fender. My guess is that they are running a 265/35 or 30 in the rear streatched on a 11" wide wheel.

    Looks damn good to me but not a super practical fitment.
     

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