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Model S 21" rims and tires NO DAMAGE

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by doubleduece, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. doubleduece

    doubleduece Member

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    Model S rims and tires with about 3000 miles on them for sale in Northern CA.
    NO DAMAGE and virtually new.

    Email for close up pictures of rims and tires.

    $2500.00-willing to ship with buyer covering all costs
     

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  2. Willriver9

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    Hey Pm'd ya
     
  3. doubleduece

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    Sold, thank you Kevin!!
     
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    what did you end up going with?
     
  5. doubleduece

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    I went with some one off 22" Asanti DA-174's (8.5" front / 10.5" rear). should be ready from factory in the next week and I will definitely post some pics when they are on the car.
     
  6. FlyYellow

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    Nice - what was the cost (if you don't mind sharing). Also is there a substantial weight differential from the 21" factory.
     
  7. doubleduece

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    My guess is the Asanti's will definitely be lighter just due to their aluminum design. The main concern for me was meeting the load design factors which we did with some Pirelli P Zeros. I did have Tesla send them the center caps so they could machine the rim to use the center cap Tesla logo instead of Asanti (wanted to keep the branding as best as I could). Cost was $7,000 because of the one off creation for sure........ugh but gonna hurt so good ;)
     

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