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Jeff Wa

Member
Mar 17, 2020
39
12
Albany NY
Hey folks...

The following are the original wheel information and I have been unable to find a source that are not incredibly expensive . I plan on getting a new set of Nokian Hakkapeliitta 3 R SUV for the winter. My local tire shop price for a new wheel in $250 and form the tire $305 (looking for a better price on those).

Any leads?
  • Size: 19x9.5" Front & Rear
  • Offset: +45
  • PCD: 5X114.3
  • Center Bore: 64.1mm
  • Weight: 29.6 lbs
 
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VTElectric

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Jun 2, 2020
37
12
Vermont
Hey folks...

The following are the original wheel information and I have been unable to find a source that are not incredibly expensive . I plan on getting a new set of Nokian Hakkapeliitta 3 R SUV for the winter. My local tire shop price for a new wheel in $250 and form the tire $305 (looking for a better price on those).

Any leads?
  • Size: 19x9.5" Front & Rear
  • Offset: +45
  • PCD: 5X114.3
  • Center Bore: 64.1mm
  • Weight: 29.6 lbs
I’m in the same boat and I know very little about wheels but would it make sense to get a rim that is narrower than 9.5” to have a little better winter traction and maybe a cheaper winter tire?
 

Zoomit

Active Member
Sep 1, 2015
2,255
4,373
SoCal
You'll also need to factor in the cost for mounting, balancing and the Bluetooth TPMS sensors. I fully expect Tesla to offer a 19" winter tire package this fall. It might be cost competitive with higher-end options, and likely more convenient, but I'm sure you'll be able to find cheaper wheels and tires if you want to optimize for cost.
 

Jeff Wa

Member
Mar 17, 2020
39
12
Albany NY
I’m in the same boat and I know very little about wheels but would it make sense to get a rim that is narrower than 9.5” to have a little better winter traction and maybe a cheaper winter tire?
I would be very happy with a narrower wheel, but I’m not sure if it would fit the brakes. The Nokian people advised not to use a minus size wheel due to the possibility that it would effect the range. I’m not sure so I figured OEM size wheel and better winter tire.
 

Barrygold

Member
Jun 20, 2019
442
508
Midwest
Hey folks...

The following are the original wheel information and I have been unable to find a source that are not incredibly expensive . I plan on getting a new set of Nokian Hakkapeliitta 3 R SUV for the winter. My local tire shop price for a new wheel in $250 and form the tire $305 (looking for a better price on those).

Any leads?
  • Size: 19x9.5" Front & Rear
  • Offset: +45
  • PCD: 5X114.3
  • Center Bore: 64.1mm
  • Weight: 29.6 lbs
Here’s a winter wheel/tire package
Tesla Model Y 19
 

MY2Ski

Member
Jun 2, 2020
80
90
Portland, OR
How about going down to 18x8.5 for winter tires? A1Tesla showed that the Martian wheels were able to fit on MYPUP and this would get us more sidewall and potentially a narrower tire. I have Nokian WR G4's 235/55R18 on my RDX right now that would work and are within 0.5% (0.2") of the OEM 19's and have a 104 load rating.
 

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