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Tesla Black & Bright Chrome and Alloy Wheels - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by BlackChrome4U, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. BlackChrome4U

    BlackChrome4U Member

    May 15, 2014
    Grand Blanc, MI
    Tesla Black & Bright Chrome and Alloy Wheels

    Imagine your new Tesla Model S with Liquid-Black Chrome wheels. Not only will you have the car that stands out in a crowd, but you will have wheels that scream for attention. I have a limited supply of Tesla wheels for drivers that want something even more special. Whether in their original Alloy or Black/Bright Chrome, these wheels are unique in style and will make your mouth drop with desire. These 19" wheels come with a three-year warranty, and I'll pay the shipping costs! Ready for immediate shipment.

    List Date: 8/21/2014

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: Tesla Black & Bright Chrome and Alloy Wheels
    This item is no longer available.

  2. yobigd20

    yobigd20 Well-Known Member

    Oct 28, 2012
    Skaneateles, NY
    you're ad makes no sense. what you're describing selling is factory OEM wheels that are aftermarket coated in black chrome. You show pics of what looks like OEM 19" spokes,21" turbines, and 19" aeros. (the 19" spoke one definitely not a factory wheel though)

    First, Tesla OEM wheels only one in 19" and 21". There are no 16, 17, 18, or 20" factory wheels. Putting 16,17, or 18" aftermarket wheels on a MS is flat out dangerous for various reasons. and your not selling 21s? the factory turbine is 21"....(confused)

    Second, where did you get these "pallets of Tesla wheels" from? directly from Tesla? or are they used?

    Third, you're pricing says $1260. I highly doubt you're selling factory OEM 21" turbines coated in black chrome. If you are, I'll buy all of them because I can make a fortune reselling them that triple your price.

    Fourth, the last wheel you show is not a Tesla wheel at all. In fact, it looks like some cheap knock off.

    Therefore, I suspect what you're actually selling is NOT factory OEM wheels that are coated in chrome but instead this cheap knock off.

    My mouth is not dropping with desire.

    fwiw, these are factory wheel w\ black lugs, easy to see the difference from your knock off in the center cap area:
  3. Shumdit

    Shumdit Member

    Sep 2, 2013
    Those wheels are not chrome plated either. That appears to be PVD (Physical vapor deposition)

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