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Vendor T Sportline 20" TST Wheels For Sale for the Tesla Model X and Model S pre-order now!

Tsportline

Vendor
Dec 17, 2013
1,751
1,437
Los Angeles, California
We are now taking pre orders for the 20" TST.

2 width options available: (20x9.0" Front / 20x9.0"Rear) or (20x9.0" Front / 20x10.0" Rear)
4 color options available: Metallic Grey, Brilliant Silver, Matte Black, Gloss Black

Will fit both the Tesla Model X and Tesla Model S.

Tires:
Model X: recommend factory tires (265/45-20 front and 275/45-20 rear)
Model S: recommend (245/40-20 front , 275/40-20) rear or (245/40-20 front/rear)

Questions:
[email protected]

T-Sportline-Tesla-Model-X-TST-20.jpg
 

HankLloydRight

No Roads
Jan 18, 2014
12,858
10,859
Connecticut
It's not clear. So it's just $250 per wheel? Or is that just the pre order deposit? Is a "wheel set" 1, 2, or 4 wheels? (Looks like 2). What is the final cost per wheel?

Anyway, awesome!
 

HankLloydRight

No Roads
Jan 18, 2014
12,858
10,859
Connecticut
Currently we're only taking $500 deposits.

Cost per wheel set will start from $2000 depending on finish.

Estimated delivery will be February.

So why not post the estimated cost per set (of 4 I assume) on the website?

Wouldn't anyone placing a pre-order want to know that?

Also, when I try to checkout with 20x9x4, it always checks out the staggered set.
 

Tsportline

Vendor
Dec 17, 2013
1,751
1,437
Los Angeles, California
the title makes it seem that way, however under the title both the color and size are itemized.

we've updated the item to make it less confusing.


So why not post the estimated cost per set (of 4 I assume) on the website?

Wouldn't anyone placing a pre-order want to know that?

Also, when I try to checkout with 20x9x4, it always checks out the staggered set.
 

MarcG

Active Member
Oct 29, 2014
2,961
1,784
San Francisco
Looks Great!

Two questions on my end:

1. Would you recommend the square or staggered setup on a P85D?

2. Do you have a way to preview what a specific color wheel would look like on a specific car color? If so, I would love to see how the metallic grey and brilliant silver wheels would look like on a Multi-coat red Model S
 

Tsportline

Vendor
Dec 17, 2013
1,751
1,437
Los Angeles, California
1. Staggered. Better handling.

2. Currently you can view the contrast Multi-Coat Red on Metallic Grey here: Red Tesla Model S - 19x8.5 Silver T Sportline Tesla Wheels
and Multi-Coat Red on Brilliant Silver here: Red Tesla Model S - 19x8.5 Grey T Sportline Tesla Wheels

. . .just no pics in 20" just yet. However, the above pics should give you a good idea of the color combo.


Looks Great!

Two questions on my end:

1. Would you recommend the square or staggered setup on a P85D?

2. Do you have a way to preview what a specific color wheel would look like on a specific car color? If so, I would love to see how the metallic grey and brilliant silver wheels would look like on a Multi-coat red Model S
 

docgarner

Member
Oct 12, 2014
29
2
Clearwater, FL
OK, so after just 8000 miles, the Michelin PS2 set that came with my P85D are reaching dangerous tread levels (wear is even, not an alignment problem). I definitely put the car to its intended use. So that said, I'm looking at another $1400 set of PS2, or your wheels for a one-time cost of $2000, then a set of the outstandingly rated Continental Extremecontact DW tires (with a tread wear rating of 340 vs 220 for the PS2) for just $800 a set after that.

So my question is this: if I get your 20" wheels in staggered set as you recommend, am I done? I don't have to worry about offset, or speedometer calibration error or anything else? Just put the TPMS sensors on the new wheels and mount the rubber and go?

I find this whole aftermarket wheel thing very confusing. Thanks for your help.
 

Tsportline

Vendor
Dec 17, 2013
1,751
1,437
Los Angeles, California
No offset issues. No speedometer calibration error. You should ensure you car is aligned (regardless of driving with factory wheels or aftermarket wheels). Our wheel is the closest solution to factory and being #alloriginal = factory caps, factory lug nuts, factory tpms.

OK, so after just 8000 miles, the Michelin PS2 set that came with my P85D are reaching dangerous tread levels (wear is even, not an alignment problem). I definitely put the car to its intended use. So that said, I'm looking at another $1400 set of PS2, or your wheels for a one-time cost of $2000, then a set of the outstandingly rated Continental Extremecontact DW tires (with a tread wear rating of 340 vs 220 for the PS2) for just $800 a set after that.

So my question is this: if I get your 20" wheels in staggered set as you recommend, am I done? I don't have to worry about offset, or speedometer calibration error or anything else? Just put the TPMS sensors on the new wheels and mount the rubber and go?

I find this whole aftermarket wheel thing very confusing. Thanks for your help.
 

Desiré

Member
Sep 7, 2015
938
236
Nijmegen
How big is the rim protection with the 20 x 9.0" versions and the 245/20 tires in compare to the 19 x 8,5"? This because I try to prevent damage on the rim when I accidentally take a curb, but I think the 20" look much nicer.
 

Reeler

Decade of Pure EV Driving
Oct 14, 2015
1,750
957
Denver, CO
Any updated ETA for these. My Model X shows up soon and I don't want to drive on 22" rims in Denver for too long. On my last set of factory rims, I only put 500 feet of use on them before changing them out. That would be ideal here too.
 

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