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Discussion in 'Model X: Driving Dynamics' started by Pandamoanium, Jun 24, 2017.
Has anyone done this or know if it would work with spacers?
Have anyone tried it? I know the offset is wrong, but would it physicly fit?
I'm also interested to find this out. Read in another thread that it was something to do with the load of the X vs the S, however, forged wheels should actually be stronger than the the stock 22s so other than offset, unclear why it couldn't work.
comparing the 2 wheels side by side we have
front wheel would have 1mm more inner clearance
outer would sit in 11mm more
rear wheels would have 13mm more inner clearance
outer would sit in 13mm more
simply put, they should fit but will be more sunken into the wheel well by ~1/2 inch
I would not use these wheels on the x as Tesla doesn't recommend it most likely due to the extra weight of the model x
Any reason why you couldn't just add spacers?
The information provided is that even though they're forged and all that fun stuff, the load rating is not enough for the Model X.