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Tires, Wheels, Mats - 2013 P85+

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It is time to say goodbye to an old friend – 2013 P85+, and clean garage/basement from an associated stuff (Local pickup only – Philadelphia Suburbs)

(1) Set of four 19” Cyclone wheels + TPMS + Pirelli Sottozero 3 245/45R19 Winter Performance tires. One wheel has some curb rash. Three tires are 6/32”, one tire 4/32” (tread depth measured at the lowest point). The fifth wheel has TPMS and Blizzak LM-60 winter performance tire at 5/32” - used as a spare. All TPMS are first generation.
Complete set priced at $500 for quick sale

(2) Two 21” Turbine wheel+TPMS+tire used as spares in case of road hazard damage for my summer staggered setup. Wheels have curb rash.
- 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 is at 4/32”, priced at $100 for quick sale
- 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport is at 8/32”, priced at $120 for quick sale
Each wheel with TPMS and tire priced at $100 for quick sale


(3) 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 6/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $60 for quick sale

(4) 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 9/32” tread depth at lowest point. (Mounted on a wheel, but wheel is bent)
Priced at $80 for quick sale

(5) Trunk and trunk lower compartment all weather mats. Priced at $20 for the set for quick sale

See below for pictures
 
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vgrinshpun

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It is time to say goodbye to an old friend – 2013 P85+, and clean garage/basement from an associated stuff (Local pickup only – Philadelphia Suburbs)

(1) Set of four 19” Cyclone wheels + TPMS + Pirelli Sottozero 3 245/45R19 Winter Performance tires. One wheel has some curb rash. Three tires are 6/32”, one tire 4/32” (tread depth measured at the lowest point). The fifth wheel has TPMS and Blizzak LM-60 winter performance tire at 5/32” - used as a spare. All TPMS are first generation.
Complete set priced at $500 for quick sale

(2) Two 21” Turbine wheel+TPMS+tire used as spares in case of road hazard damage for my summer staggered setup. Wheels have curb rash.
- 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 is at 4/32”, priced at $100 for quick sale
- 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport is at 8/32”, priced at $120 for quick sale
Each wheel with TPMS and tire priced at $100 for quick sale


(3) 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 6/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $60 for quick sale

(4) 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 9/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $80 for quick sale

(5) Trunk and trunk lower compartment all weather mats. Priced at $20 for the set for quick sale

See below for pictures
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vgrinshpun

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Very interested. I have a 2014 Model S P85+ with the 21" staggered wheels. Can I use your 19" wheel setup, or do I need to get different size wheels for front and back?
Yes these 19" wheels are designed to fit P85+. In fact I used this very set on my P85+. The reason I went for 19" for the winter set is because higher aspect ratio (side wall height) provides a little more protection from road hazards, including pot holes - good for winter. Also, narrower tires are recommended for better snow traction
 
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Yes these 19" wheels are designed to fit P85+. In fact I used this very set on my P85+. The reason I went for 19" for the winter set is because higher aspect ratio (side wall height) provide a little more protection from road hazards, including pot holes - good for winter. Also, narrower tires are recommended for better snow traction
Thanks for the reply. You don't have to adjust anything for the offset? I read somewhere the wheels need to be adjusted by tesla for the smaller rims.
 

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Thanks for the reply. You don't have to adjust anything for the offset? I read somewhere the wheels need to be adjusted by tesla for the smaller rims.
No adjustment is required at all. These 19" wheels are OEM fit, just bolt on. I did just that by myself in my garage for 6 winters.
These wheels where purchased new from Tesla Parts as a direct fit to my 2013 P85+
 
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It is time to say goodbye to an old friend – 2013 P85+, and clean garage/basement from an associated stuff (Local pickup only – Philadelphia Suburbs)

(1) Set of four 19” Cyclone wheels + TPMS + Pirelli Sottozero 3 245/45R19 Winter Performance tires. One wheel has some curb rash. Three tires are 6/32”, one tire 4/32” (tread depth measured at the lowest point). The fifth wheel has TPMS and Blizzak LM-60 winter performance tire at 5/32” - used as a spare. All TPMS are first generation.
Complete set priced at $500 for quick sale

(2) Two 21” Turbine wheel+TPMS+tire used as spares in case of road hazard damage for my summer staggered setup. Wheels have curb rash.
- 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 is at 4/32”, priced at $100 for quick sale
- 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport is at 8/32”, priced at $120 for quick sale
Each wheel with TPMS and tire priced at $100 for quick sale


(3) 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 6/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $60 for quick sale

(4) 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 9/32” tread depth at lowest point. (Mounted on a wheel, but wheel is bent)
Priced at $80 for quick sale

(5) Trunk and trunk lower compartment all weather mats. Priced at $20 for the set for quick sale

See below for pictures
Sale is pending for (5) above.
 

vgrinshpun

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Supporting Member
Apr 5, 2013
5,898
22,944
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It is time to say goodbye to an old friend – 2013 P85+, and clean garage/basement from an associated stuff (Local pickup only – Philadelphia Suburbs)

(1) Set of four 19” Cyclone wheels + TPMS + Pirelli Sottozero 3 245/45R19 Winter Performance tires. One wheel has some curb rash. Three tires are 6/32”, one tire 4/32” (tread depth measured at the lowest point). The fifth wheel has TPMS and Blizzak LM-60 winter performance tire at 5/32” - used as a spare. All TPMS are first generation.
Complete set priced at $500 for quick sale

(2) Two 21” Turbine wheel+TPMS+tire used as spares in case of road hazard damage for my summer staggered setup. Wheels have curb rash.
- 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 is at 4/32”, priced at $100 for quick sale
- 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport is at 8/32”, priced at $120 for quick sale
Each wheel with TPMS and tire priced at $100 for quick sale


(3) 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 6/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $60 for quick sale

(4) 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 9/32” tread depth at lowest point. (Mounted on a wheel, but wheel is bent)
Priced at $80 for quick sale

(5) Trunk and trunk lower compartment all weather mats. Priced at $20 for the set for quick sale

See below for pictures
Price cut:
(1) Set of four 19” Cyclone wheels + TPMS + Pirelli Sottozero 3 245/45R19 Winter Performance tires. One wheel has some curb rash. Three tires are 6/32”, one tire 4/32” (tread depth measured at the lowest point). The fifth wheel has TPMS and Blizzak LM-60 winter performance tire at 5/32” - used as a spare. All TPMS are first generation.
Complete set priced at $500 $400 for quick sale

(2) Two 21” Turbine wheels+TPMS+tires used as spares in case of road hazard damage for my summer staggered setup. Wheels have curb rash.
- 265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 is at 4/32”, priced at $100 $80 for quick sale
- 245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport is at 8/32”, priced at $120 $100 for quick sale

(3)
265/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 6/32” tread depth at lowest point.
Priced at $60 $50 for quick sale

(4)
245/35R21 Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tesla Spec (acoustic foam) 9/32” tread depth at lowest point. (Mounted on a wheel, but wheel is bent)
Priced at $80 $65 for quick sale

Pictures are in the beginning of the thread
 

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