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Hubcentric rings

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Rich_PSU, Dec 2, 2015.

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  1. Rich_PSU

    Rich_PSU Member

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    So I'm about to pull the trigger on some winter wheels and tires. The wheels that I'm looking at have a center bore of 66.6 and I believe the Tesla is 64. I found rings that are 66.1 - 64.1. Do you guys think that will work?
     
  2. Roadrunner13

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    I ordered some Braelin wheels based on the specs in the thread below + technical support from Fastco...but I don't have mine yet to confirm from personal experience yet. Soon I hope :)

    http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/9823-19-and-21in-wheel-size-and-offsets-and-weights

    So yes, the centerbore is suppose to be 64mm.
     
  3. Kandiru

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    TireRack usually stocks any imaginable diameter, when you call make sure you
    ask to speak with a tech support guy.
     

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