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Wheel Fitment, will it fit?

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by scribe, Nov 13, 2019.

  1. scribe

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    I have a 2019 model 3 dual motor long range with stock 18”. I have an extra set of wheels that I want to know if they will fit or poke out and rub or sit flush? Bolt pattern is the same but hub rings would be required if these will work. The wheels I have are as followed. Here is a pic with them just rolled up in front to get an idea. Thanks for the feedback.
    Front 19x8.5 +22 245/40/19
    Rear 19x9.5 +22 275/35/19
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    Short answer, yes they will fit.

    On stock height stock camber, there will be slight poke at the rear, but it shouldn’t rub.

    It will be pretty aggressive but good fitment once you are lowered.
     
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    Since you literally have them right there next to the car, it would have been faster to just install them...

    Front and rear will appear to have slight poke at stock height, but they will fit.
     
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    Can you suggest a spring and height to lower?

    I don’t have hub rings or impact wrench so I wanted to hear from others before I move forward manually with a torque wrench or just get springs and do it all at once.
     
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    Not necessary if you're just test fitting. You just need a jack, 21mm socket, and socket wrench.
     

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