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frankvb

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Feb 29, 2020
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Another question, you went with 19”x8.5” and no concerns with load rating? I have the same exact rims coming as you for my Model Y.
I did have some concern, but the total load rating (four times the single wheel rating) is way higher than the max vehicle weight. Probably more relevant, e.g. for 20" wheels the gross axle weight rating is 1500 kg, the 19*8.5 wheels have 770 kg (so 1540 kg per axle). I think it's fine as long as you do not have a tow hook.

Sorry, used kg as I understand metric units better :)
 

Imaginex20

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Mar 21, 2021
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I did have some concern, but the total load rating (four times the single wheel rating) is way higher than the max vehicle weight. Probably more relevant, e.g. for 20" wheels the gross axle weight rating is 1500 kg, the 19*8.5 wheels have 770 kg (so 1540 kg per axle). I think it's fine as long as you do not have a tow hook.

Sorry, used kg as I understand metric units better :)
Thanks. I won’t ever tow with my vehicle
 

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