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Winter Setup - Will this work?

blackdragon12

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Sep 1, 2020
14
0
Ottawa
Winter is around the corner, and I need a new set of rims and tires for the Model Y Performance.

Here's the tires and size I'm looking at, wondering if there's any issues with either of these? Will have to purchase from 2 separate vendors, purchase TPMS from Tesla, and get a shop to mount and install it... not a big deal, but just want to ensure that these will fit the Model Y Performance.



Continental - Conti Viking Contact 7 - P255/45R19 XL 104T BSW

I wanted to pair it with these wheels:

C-WHEELS - CW05 - 19X8.5 - GLOSS BLACK
Size: 19x8.5
Diameter: 19"
Bolt Pattern (mm): 5x114.3
Winter rated
thumbnail_ya3823-2_cw05_cw082745_cw082746_cw082747_logo_1.jpg
 

Barrygold

Member
Jun 20, 2019
433
489
Midwest
Winter is around the corner, and I need a new set of rims and tires for the Model Y Performance.

Here's the tires and size I'm looking at, wondering if there's any issues with either of these? Will have to purchase from 2 separate vendors, purchase TPMS from Tesla, and get a shop to mount and install it... not a big deal, but just want to ensure that these will fit the Model Y Performance.



Continental - Conti Viking Contact 7 - P255/45R19 XL 104T BSW

I wanted to pair it with these wheels:

C-WHEELS - CW05 - 19X8.5 - GLOSS BLACK
Size: 19x8.5
Diameter: 19"
Bolt Pattern (mm): 5x114.3
Winter rated
thumbnail_ya3823-2_cw05_cw082745_cw082746_cw082747_logo_1.jpg
What’s the offset?
 

Ruffles

Member
Jun 13, 2017
426
605
Snohomish WA
What will be the total cost? I tried piecing together a set but when I included shipping AND still needing to have a shop mount/balance/etc. it didn't seem like I would save anything over getting a complete set ready for me to install from T-Sportsline.
 

blackdragon12

Member
Sep 1, 2020
14
0
Ottawa
What will be the total cost? I tried piecing together a set but when I included shipping AND still needing to have a shop mount/balance/etc. it didn't seem like I would save anything over getting a complete set ready for me to install from T-Sportsline.

Around $2000-2200 CAD, so it's significantly cheaper from what I've seen (also because I'm based in Canada)
 

PUPpY

Member
Sep 12, 2020
15
10
Oregon
Same size as what I've ordered (and told by vendors would work well), the wheels should be ok if 40-45 offset. Looks like they're a Tesla application. The open face wheel may affect range due to aero issues, unless these are similar to what you're running in the summer. Have heard generally very good things about those tires, will be running the Nokian R3 here.
 
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Kabillyhop

Member
Jul 30, 2019
243
171
Toronto
I have also been looking at Costco C-Wheels but I'm bothered by a couple of things. First, customer reiews are mixed and some quite negative. Second, they don't provide any load ratings.

On the other hand, they come with the comfort of knowing that if there's a problem, Costco will take care of you.
 
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