Model 3 Tesla Wheels Flow Forged Competition Series - Black (Set of 4)

Description

The FC04 - Black (Set of 4) 

Designed for Tesla 

*Hub rings included with purchase 

Specs:

Model #: FC04

P.C.D.: 5x114.3mm

Wheel Size: Select from options 

Finish: Black

Hub Bore: 72.6mm

Offset: +40

Seat: 60°

Lip Size: N/A

Load Rating: 1576 lbs / 715 kg

Winter Approved Finish: Yes

Safe for Tesla Factory Lugs

Quality Promise:

All wheels are tested to exceed JWL, VIA and SAE standards fo
  

Firsthand experiences

Forum comments


Discussed in MASTER THREAD: Winter driving advice, winter tire choices, etc. in the Tesla Motors Club community

yankee_delta

Thanks! Thank you as well! That is pretty much what I expected the answer would be but I wanted to verify. I was thinking 19" wheels would probably make the most sense, probably something like one of these: Budget option, 19" Fast CS - Weirdly these look like one of the least expensive options and I actually like how they ... ... more

GregD60

I forgot about the CrossClimate2s. They might be the best choice of the bunch for your application. I definitely wouldn't go with winter tires for a trip from Florida to Chicago. If you had warm weather for most of the trip, the tires might be pretty much dead after only one trip; they get too hot and wear like crazy. Regarding ... ... more

GregD60

Another possible wheel option, 19" x 8", 35mm offset, 22.7 pounds, come in black or gunmetal, only $225 each. [link] ... more

yankee_delta

Thanks! Those are nice! I'll probably end up going with those or the below (Fast Wheels), or Tsportline TSV on Black Friday: [link] I actually also really like the looks of the Model Y 20" Induction wheels but I read on the only thread where someone tried it that they don't fit the 3, and I haven't found a replica of them. ... ... more

GregD60

I've driven the A/S4 and the Crossclimate tires, but on different cars. My impression is that the A/S4 is better in the dry but the Crossclimate is significantly better on snow and ice. It all depends on what compromise you want. Regarding range, comfort, and noise, I would say that what I drove seemed very, very similar, ... ... more

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