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Selling 20" Vorsteiner VFF 103 / 2nd Gen TPMS

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by Dan60D, Aug 2, 2018.

  1. Dan60D

    Dan60D Member

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    I am in the process of selling my Tesla with Turbine set so I don't need these extra set of wheels.

    The wheel is in great condition overall except one wheel has minor scratch but not visible.

    I am willing to sell wheel and OEM TPMS for $1550 or OBO which is about 50% off from brand new price.

    It's a staggered setup and it will improve handling dynamic significantly and the wheel is also much lighter
    than stock so it reduces the unsprung weight.

    Below size is shown in the image:
    255/40/20
    295/35/20

    Local pickup only in NY/NJ area.

    What's included:

    • Original Vorsteiner black center cap
    • Red Vorsteiner center cap $100
    • 2nd generation OEM TPMS $400 ~ $500 +Tax
    • 20" Vorsteher VFF 103 Silver Finish $2400 + Tax
     

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  2. icetoev

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    What's the specs? Width? Do you know if this will fit a Model X?
     
  3. Dan60D

    Dan60D Member

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    Spec in the image shown has below size:
    255/40/20
    295/35/20

    Model X and S has same bolt pattern so I think it will fit.
     
  4. Dan60D

    Dan60D Member

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    I didn't notice any range difference comparing it to 21" Turbine wheels. In my honest opinion I think it actually improved since the weight compensated the width of the tire but I am not a engineer so...
     
  5. Dan60D

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    255mm
    295mm

    Converts to

    10 inches wide in the front
    12.4 inches wide for the rear
     
  6. Dan60D

    Dan60D Member

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    sorry for the confusion

    20 x 9.5 + 22
    20 x 10.5 + 34
     
  7. rxdoc00

    rxdoc00 Member

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    Interested - Sent you a PM
     
  8. Djpeetur

    Djpeetur New Member

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    Do they rub ?
     
  9. Dan60D

    Dan60D Member

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    I had very thick tire on and had minor rub but Tesla Service center fixed it for me for free.

    Tire size was below
    255/40/20
    295/35/20
     

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