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Vendor T Sportline 19" TST Wheels For Sale Tesla Model S

Tsportline

Vendor
Dec 17, 2013
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Los Angeles, California
Order now @ 866 991 4776 | [email protected]

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FAQ's:

1. Do the wheel sets come with center caps or lug nuts? NO. You can use your current Tesla factory center cap and lug nuts.

2. What if my intention is to switch wheel colors from silver to grey , or from grey to matte black? We recommend purchasing grey Tesla center caps and lug nuts at your closest service center's parts department. We do offer custom matte black center caps and matte black lug nut sets.

-Custom matte black center caps, $150 per set.
-Custom matte black lug nuts, $150 per set.
 
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yobigd20

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Wish these had been available before I got my Rial Luganos.

Exactly why I held off. I wasn't a fan of the curve on the Luganos but now these are truly a 19" version of the 21s.... I just really wish they made them in 20" too. I might get them in 19s....decisions decisions... I really want wider rims in the rear too sooooo not sure what to do right now.
 

JerryNycom

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Can we see pics of ALL colors? Any pics on cars? Do they have the nice gloss finish? This could be my winter rim with nice winter tires! Hmmm.....
 

andrewket

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Interested as well. I'm thinking about swapping out my 21" staggered (P85+) setup for 19"s. Sent you a PM asking about the price for a 5th (spare) wheel. I too would also like to see pics mounted on a MS. Silver and black.
 
May 2, 2013
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They're not quite a 19" version of the 21" in my opinion. T Sportline's version has much more surface area around the lug nut holes as well as some design details on the spokes. The factory 21" turbine has much softer designs in the spokes.


Exactly why I held off. I wasn't a fan of the curve on the Luganos but now these are truly a 19" version of the 21s.... I just really wish they made them in 20" too. I might get them in 19s....decisions decisions... I really want wider rims in the rear too sooooo not sure what to do right now.
 

yobigd20

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Oct 28, 2012
5,929
538
Skaneateles, NY
They're not quite a 19" version of the 21" in my opinion. T Sportline's version has much more surface area around the lug nut holes as well as some design details on the spokes. The factory 21" turbine has much softer designs in the spokes.

Well I agree a little bit, it's pretty damn close. Best I've seen so far and acceptable IMO.

Does anyone think there is demand for 20x9.0 and 20x9.5 versions of these with around 35 offset? I would have already clicked the order button if they were offered in these sizes...
 

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