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  1. I am proud to announce that The Tire Rack has been awarded the exclusive rights to sell the new Axis MS 21 x 9" wheel as a direct fit for Model S in your choice of Bright silver, Titanium Gunmetal and Black with a "machined" / brushed aluminum face;
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    Click on each image for a larger picture and more information !​



    The MS model is hubcentric and accepts the TESLA original equipment wheels' center caps for reference. By using the 9" wide wheel, we can accommodate both the 245/35R21 (rim width range between 8" and 9.5") and the rear axle size 265/35R21 (rim width range between 9" and 10.5") for those that want to maintain the staggered fitment of the Performance Plus model. All three finishes are in stock and ready to go !


    Click here to enter your specific model year and get started !

    For those interested, we will have a 21x10" version of this wheel in Titanium Gunmetal finish (only) for the rear axle coming late this Fall !



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  2. AnOutsider

    AnOutsider S532 # XS27

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    Oh... SO sexy
     
  3. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    Looks great. Do they have this in 19" or 20" sizes as well?
     
  4. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    Looks like they only come in 21" size. They look great though.
     
  5. David99

    David99 Active Member

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    beautiful!
     
  6. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    Thanks. If you could talk then into making a 19" size I think it would sell well.
     
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  7. axis007

    axis007 Member

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    Here is a 3/4 view from the rear.
     
  8. S2X

    S2X Member

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    it looks very similar to the OEM 21" Turbine wheels. nice!!
     
  9. gnychis

    gnychis Member

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    has anyone picked up a set of these yet?
     
  10. Dysong1

    Dysong1 Member

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    Does anyone know what the weight of the OEM 21" wheels is for comparison?
     
  11. lolachampcar

    lolachampcar Active Member

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    Just a tad over 31lbs on the one I measured at the SC the other day. I think it was an 8.5".

    Those look JUST LIKE the factory wheels. I wonder who is building wheels for Fremont?
     
  12. tdiggity

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    Price is really attractive, too! I may buy next summer.
     
  13. JerryNycom

    JerryNycom Member

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    I want the 10" rears!
     
  14. JerryNycom

    JerryNycom Member

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    For those interested, we will have a 21x10" version of this wheel in Titanium Gunmetal finish (only) for the rear axle coming late this Fall !

    That's what I want!
     
  15. Fezzik

    Fezzik P67429

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    Are the rims the same for both sides. As in they fan one way on the left side then fan the other way on the right side. (take left rim and put on right it will be the same).
     

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