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Aznvietboy725

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Aug 30, 2021
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1
Rochester
I'm planning on buying 2012-2016 gtr 10 spoke wheels for my model y long range. I'm pretty sure they fit but not sure about the rear offset and center bore. These are the specs for them.

Center Bore: 66.1 mm
– PCD: 5x114.3 (5x4.5)
– Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
– Wheel Tightening Torque: 132 Nm
– Thread Size: M12 x 1.25

255/40ZR20 97Y 285/35ZR20 100Y
9.5Jx20 ET45 10.5Jx20 ET25
 

N1L CO2

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Jul 10, 2020
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OC, CA
Your fronts are going to look "tucked-in" with such a high offset. Adding a 12mm spacer there would take care of that though. As for the rear, that's about the max offset you want. It may even have a slight "poke". As for the center bore, you are going to need a set of hub rings to go from 66.1 down to 64.1.
 

coloradoken

New Member
Aug 30, 2021
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Colorado
Very
Your fronts are going to look "tucked-in" with such a high offset. Adding a 12mm spacer there would take care of that though. As for the rear, that's about the max offset you want. It may even have a slight "poke". As for the center bore, you are going to need a set of hub rings to go from 66.1 down to 64.1.
Very similar issue on some wheels I'm looking at adapting for my MY. Specifically I've a set of 18x7.5 with a 42 inset and a center bore of 72.6. The bolt pattern matches. Thoughts?
 

coloradoken

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Aug 30, 2021
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Colorado
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Very similar issue on some wheels I'm looking at adapting for my MY. Specifically I've a set of 18x7.5 with a 42 inset and a center bore of 72.6. The bolt pattern matches. Thoughts?
I suppose my only real question relates to the difference between the 72.6 center bore and the Tesla center bore spec of 64.1 - is it possible to adapt that 8.5mm difference in bore size?
 

N1L CO2

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Jul 10, 2020
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OC, CA
I suppose my only real question relates to the difference between the 72.6 center bore and the Tesla center bore spec of 64.1 - is it possible to adapt that 8.5mm difference in bore size
For the much a large difference in bore size, I'd recommend getting spacers with the difference milled onto them already. So for example, if you get a 15mm spacer with wheel studs (+matching bolt pattern) and the center bore of 64.1mm, you kill 2 birds with one stone. H&R makes very goos ones.
 

PackMan730

Member
Jul 11, 2021
286
174
Glendale CA
I'm planning on buying 2012-2016 gtr 10 spoke wheels for my model y long range. I'm pretty sure they fit but not sure about the rear offset and center bore. These are the specs for them.

Center Bore: 66.1 mm
– PCD: 5x114.3 (5x4.5)
– Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
– Wheel Tightening Torque: 132 Nm
– Thread Size: M12 x 1.25

255/40ZR20 97Y 285/35ZR20 100Y
9.5Jx20 ET45 10.5Jx20 ET25
Did you ever get this done? Send some pics bruh
 

Herroweric

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Aug 30, 2020
257
167
Irvine, CA
They will fit. I ran the BE wheels with no spacers and just hubcentric rings. I would probably add a spacer up front (10-15mm) for a better overall stance depending how low you are and what tire size you run.
 

GeezerSquid

Still a Geezer & Still A Squid
Jun 17, 2020
221
256
Baton Rouge, LA
Center Bore: 66.1 mm
– PCD: 5x114.3 (5x4.5)
– Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
– Wheel Tightening Torque: 132 Nm
– Thread Size: M12 x 1.25

Aren't the lugs on Model Y M14's. Will you have to bore out the new rims?
 

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