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New Take-off 21" Staggered Sonic Gray Turbine Wheels And Tires For Tesla Model S

Ostrichsak

Active Member
Sep 6, 2018
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Colorado, USA
Basically brand new set of wheels, tires, OEM Tesla center caps and 2nd generation TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors) from a Tesla Model S. These are as close to brand new as you will find w/o the $6,000 price tag the brand new set would come with from Tesla or the 4-6 week wait. These are flawless in every way and absolutely perfect. Complete and ready to bolt right onto your car.

Why pay for someone else's gouged up, curb rashed or refurbished wheels when you can get what is basically a new set of wheels for not much more?

As an added bonus, one of the four wheels is even brand new and never mounted. The tires themselves have less than 1k miles on them and one of the wheels was replaced with a new one as it sustained a gouge during transit before I took delivery. I didn't want a "refurbished" or "reconditioned" wheel no matter how well it was done. Too many questionable things can happen during a wheel refurb and I absolutely wouldn't ever buy a set of powder coated wheels as this adds additional weight even if done properly. So I received a brand new wheel from Tesla who also transferred the tire and TPMS over and mounted/balanced it prior to giving it back to me. In the photos you can see the new one still has the orange sticker that reads "Peel Here" on it and has never even been mounted on a car as evidenced by the lug holes.

Tires are Michelin Pilot Super Sport Ultra High Performance in 245/35ZR21 (front) and 265/35ZR21 (rear) and have less than 1k miles on them. Wheels are 21X8.5J (front) and 21X9.0J (rear).

Killer deal on a hard-to-find in this area set of wheels and tires all ready to bolt onto your Tesla Model S.

Less than half of MSRP at $2,950 local sale. Located in Northern Colorado but willing to ship on buyer's dime. Please do your own research on wheel shipping prices to get an idea of cost before offering to buy.

If you have a comment on the price or would like to make an offer send a direct message and keep the off-topic chatter off of this thread please.
 

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Walter A

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Jul 21, 2017
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Los Angeles
Basically brand new set of wheels, tires, OEM Tesla center caps and 2nd generation TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors) from a Tesla Model S. These are as close to brand new as you will find w/o the $6,000 price tag the brand new set would come with from Tesla or the 4-6 week wait. These are flawless in every way and absolutely perfect. Complete and ready to bolt right onto your car.

Why pay for someone else's gouged up, curb rashed or refurbished wheels when you can get what is basically a new set of wheels for not much more?

As an added bonus, one of the four wheels is even brand new and never mounted. The tires themselves have less than 1k miles on them and one of the wheels was replaced with a new one as it sustained a gouge during transit before I took delivery. I didn't want a "refurbished" or "reconditioned" wheel no matter how well it was done. Too many questionable things can happen during a wheel refurb and I absolutely wouldn't ever buy a set of powder coated wheels as this adds additional weight even if done properly. So I received a brand new wheel from Tesla who also transferred the tire and TPMS over and mounted/balanced it prior to giving it back to me. In the photos you can see the new one still has the orange sticker that reads "Peel Here" on it and has never even been mounted on a car as evidenced by the lug holes.

Tires are Michelin Pilot Super Sport Ultra High Performance in 245/35ZR21 (front) and 265/35ZR21 (rear) and have less than 1k miles on them. Wheels are 21X8.5J (front) and 21X9.0J (rear).

Killer deal on a hard-to-find in this area set of wheels and tires all ready to bolt onto your Tesla Model S.

Less than half of MSRP at $2,950 local sale. Located in Northern Colorado but willing to ship on buyer's dime. Please do your own research on wheel shipping prices to get an idea of cost before offering to buy.

If you have a comment on the price or would like to make an offer send a direct message and keep the off-topic chatter off of this thread please.
 

Alxdo2

Member
Oct 4, 2018
128
54
Louisiana
Ostrichsak,

If I purchased and paid shipping, how would you package to prevent damage?

Thanks

SM

I just shipped out the same exact wheels and tires. With the proper packaging to protect it for damage and insurance it was roughly $400 from Louisiana to California FEDEX GROUND.
 

Ostrichsak

Active Member
Sep 6, 2018
3,626
4,196
Colorado, USA
Ostrichsak,

If I purchased and paid shipping, how would you package to prevent damage?

Thanks

SM

I just shipped out the same exact wheels and tires. With the proper packaging to protect it for damage and insurance it was roughly $400 from Louisiana to California FEDEX GROUND.

This sounds about right as an approximate idea on what shipping would cost. Colorado isn't quite as far as Louisiana so maybe a tad cheaper but I don't imagine it would be a significant savings over this figure.
 

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