Hey all, Wondering if you guys can help set my expectations properly. I recently bought a used Model X from Tesla, on the listing it states 22" black onyx rims. After a couple of days it starts raining (Bay area) I noticed that the finish looks different for 1 of the wheels. Specifically, 3 out of the 4 wheels looked like they had a layer of brake dust that I would need to scrub off. I took it to our detailer and his opinion is that the 3 wheels were painted. He had another model x with the same wheels in the shop which matched only the 1 unpainted wheel on my X. At this point I have an unrelated service appointment coming up next week, wondering if it's within reason to ask them to replace the 3 painted rims with stock factory ones? Also why would someone only paint 3? If they did all 4, no one would have noticed. Or if it was the 2 front then it could just be baked in brake dust. Technically, they are all black wheels, and i believe Tesla sells their cars as is. Just seems like they should have disclosed any mods, or perhaps they didn't notice it either. Don't want to be _that guy_ at the service center, what do you all think?