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Model S - 21 inch wheel / tires - max size

ZZ_KITT

Member
Mar 10, 2019
15
9
Redwood City, CA
2017 Model S P100D, staggered. Currently working on project for a wide-body kit. Looking at 21 inch wheels with 9.5J ET13 (front offset) and 11J ET23 (rear offset).

Currently looking at following wide tire sizes:
Front: 255 or 265 / 35 / 21
Rear: 295 or 305 / 30 / 31

Would like to get input from forum who are running 21 inch - what is the widest tire size you are running with? And any issues you are seeing? any issues with dyno running wide?

Appreciate any inputs...
 

tyler2323

Banned
Dec 2, 2019
426
151
NV AZ CA
2017 Model S P100D, staggered. Currently working on project for a wide-body kit. Looking at 21 inch wheels with 9.5J ET13 (front offset) and 11J ET23 (rear offset).

Currently looking at following wide tire sizes:
Front: 255 or 265 / 35 / 21
Rear: 295 or 305 / 30 / 31

Would like to get input from forum who are running 21 inch - what is the widest tire size you are running with? And any issues you are seeing? any issues with dyno running wide?

Appreciate any inputs...
I’m running 21’ with 10 inch from rims and 11 inch rear rims no rubbing at all and fit perfectly flush. I have a 5mm spacer for the front rims. Tires are 255 30 21 fronts and 295 30 21 rears. I also am going to add a widebody kit but will add larger spacers on both front and rear to achieve close to a flush look with the fender flares
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EddyD

Member
Mar 11, 2020
12
1
Virginia
I’m running 21’ with 10 inch from rims and 11 inch rear rims no rubbing at all and fit perfectly flush. I have a 5mm spacer for the front rims. Tires are 255 30 21 fronts and 295 30 21 rears. I also am going to add a widebody kit but will add larger spacers on both front and rear to achieve close to a flush look with the fender flares
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Cars looking good! What offset you have on your wheels? How are you liking a 30 profile? Enough to keep the wheel safe?
 

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