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Hubcentric rings

Rich_PSU

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Nov 11, 2015
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Phila, PA
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?
 

Roadrunner13

Member
Oct 16, 2013
399
153
Montreal
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?

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.
 

Kandiru

Active Member
Oct 20, 2014
1,234
404
USA
TireRack usually stocks any imaginable diameter, when you call make sure you
ask to speak with a tech support guy.
 

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