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StanceMagic - 2pcs 5mm Universal Wheel Spacers - Fits the Following Bolt Patterns 5x100 5x108 5x110 5x112 5x114.3 5x4.5 5x115 5x4.53 5x120 5x120.7 5x120.65 5x4.75
Description- StanceMagic Universal Wheel Spacers for 5-lug vehicles. Fits vehicles with these bolt patterns: 5x100, 5x108, 5x110, 5x112, 5x114.3 (5x4.5"), 5x115 (5x4.53"), 5x120, 5x120.7 (5x4.75"). Vehicle hub bore must be smaller than 73.1mm. Check that your studs/bolts are the correct length to ensure safe nut/bolt thread engagement. NOTE: For proper installation you may need aftermarket Extended Lug Bolts or Extended Wheel Studs (NOTE: NOT INCLUDED with this listing).
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Discussed in One piece rotors for M3P in the Tesla Motors Club community
You can use the Y rotor in the front. You cannot use the Base 3 rotor in the rear (smaller pad sweep area), but you can use the Y rotor. However, this is very dumb, and besides costing you money, it will add a fair bit of rotational weight. The much simpler, cheaper option is to run $20 worth of aluminum spacers, as can ... ... more
Discussed in 2020 M3P with Model S wheels? in the Tesla Motors Club community
Yes, they'll fit fine. But mostly because those are Model 3 wheels. Note that they will sit 6mm inboard since your Performance model has thinner brake rotors than the standard 3 these came from. You can add cheap 5mm spacers to shift them back out to factory spec if it bothers you. ... more
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