October 10, 2016
I've been using four of the 21" version since June 2014. They are 9" wide vs my OEM 8.5" and the popping sound up front while turning at low speed returned, but Tesla maintenance noticed it and re-torqued my steering assy under the frunk tub tighter (this had already been done earlier) which stopped the popping completely never to return. These wheels are a little heavier than OEM, but that seems to make them less prone to damage from pot holes. They are cast aluminum and can still be damaged, but I have hit holes that I know would have damaged the original OEM wheels and these Axis MS wheels were fine. The OEM wheel lugs don't fit, but they include correct color replacements lugs. This is a minor problem because I cannot use the wheel locks I bought from Tesla. Overall I've been very happy with the look and quality. I found it was cheaper to buy these wheels new and true, then it was to repair the OEMs with no guarantee they will be perfectly true and vibration free at all speeds. Now that a 20" version is available, I'm switching to them because I can then use all season tires, while keeping the 21" appearance I prefer.