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Will 19inch model S wheels fit a model 3

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Can any tell me if a 19 inch model S wheel will fit a model 3 please.
I want a spare wheel for my model 3 and a guy has one for sale for $200 New
Zealand dollars. Thanks
A general observation; all wheels on your car must be exactly the same specification per axle, have the same wear and have similar inflation pressure. If wheels on an axle for significant lengths of time are significantly different it may mess up front to rear axle drive ratio electronics...
 
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