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FS: Model S / X 5x120 20mm Hubcentric Black Wheel Spacers X4 (BNIB) $200 shipped

I recently had these made custom,
4X (5x120 20mm wheels spacers in Black (64.1 CB, 14x1.5 pitch)) for my Model X Plaid,
decide to go with custom wheels instead.

These are up for grab at $200 shipped using USPS priority (2-3 days).

I accept paypal (+3%) or Venmo /zelle.

Thanks
 

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You can have these custom made to whatever size you want for $147 anodized black. I think it's cheaper if you don't care.

Be sure to let them know you DO NOT want a laser engraved logo on the side, if you want an all black spacer.
 
I drag raced the *sugar* out of it, zero problem.
Also lowered on N2itive lowering links.


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I decide to use them until my new wheels come. Sorry, mod can you close this thread?
Are you sure they’re safe on plaid? I hear the snout on the hub is real short so you need a 1mm taper or less to lock the hub centrically and if the picture you posted are the actual ones you installed they look like a pretty tall pitch, all you’re torque may be being applied to bolts and one day may fail no?

I know these aren’t for sale anymore but out of curiosity would they work for a refresh model s too or x is different?
 
Are you sure they’re safe on plaid? I hear the snout on the hub is real short so you need a 1mm taper or less to lock the hub centrically and if the picture you posted are the actual ones you installed they look like a pretty tall pitch, all you’re torque may be being applied to bolts and one day may fail no?

I know these aren’t for sale anymore but out of curiosity would they work for a refresh model s too or x is different?
Refresh s (plaid / LR) all the same. The picture is pretty accurate. I had these type of spacers on all sorts of car, never had any problem. Recently went to track day, launched multiple times, never had any problem. I torque to spec on all 40 nuts (20 spacers, 20 wheels).

I take ZERO responsibility, so please do whatever you feel is best for your own investment.

I do not have photos without lowering links.
 
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Refresh s (plaid / LR) all the same. The picture is pretty accurate. I had these type of spacers on all sorts of car, never had any problem. Recently went to track day, launched multiple times, never had any problem. I torque to spec on all 40 nuts (20 spacers, 20 wheels).

I take ZERO responsibility, so please do whatever you feel is best for your own investment.

I do not have photos without lowering links.
Do you have a link to the ones you bought?
 
Are you sure they’re safe on plaid? I hear the snout on the hub is real short so you need a 1mm taper or less to lock the hub centrically and if the picture you posted are the actual ones you installed they look like a pretty tall pitch, all you’re torque may be being applied to bolts and one day may fail no?

I know these aren’t for sale anymore but out of curiosity would they work for a refresh model s too or x is different?
Do these have the right snout on the hub?

 
Are you sure they’re safe on plaid? I hear the snout on the hub is real short so you need a 1mm taper or less to lock the hub centrically and if the picture you posted are the actual ones you installed they look like a pretty tall pitch, all you’re torque may be being applied to bolts and one day may fail no?

I know these aren’t for sale anymore but out of curiosity would they work for a refresh model s too or x is different?
you are correct, another owner commented about the snout here. New Model S wheels don’t fit fender
 

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