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  1. T Sportline

    Kardashian Series Cybertruck

    Correct :)
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    50psi is good, no issues at all. On the rare chance someone loads a literal 'ton' to the bed, they can increase tire pressure for that drive, easy.
  3. T Sportline

    Cybertruck in gloss black wrap + TSportline 24" CTM in satin black w/ wheel covers and full floating center caps

    Our recommended base fitment 24" is only +3mm from stock. Shown is our sportier offset (intentionally poked + 20mm). We can make these in any offset you like, easy!
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Shown inflated to 50psi, you're close! Tread chunking you mention sounds more like from aggressive offroad / tire spin on sharp rocks. That's a different animal - sure, that happens, all tires. But I dont see treads chunking on pavement, more of a 'wear / grind down' scenario. But I will...
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    All good questions! The tire load rating / pressure: On LT tires, as wheel diameter goes up, tire load rating goes down and tire pressure goes up. On the 24", you can get up to 3085lbs (per tire) at 80psi. That's 6170lbs per axle, and CT has GAWR on the rear of only 5247. So unless...
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Thanks! In this case we only wrapped the stainless body parts.
  7. T Sportline

    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    It's a little early to tell on range; the weight differences are generally less impactful than aero differences. The weight really only impacts accelerating/decelerating. Aero is in play at all times when rolling. A few things that matter, the frontal spacial area (dictated by tire...
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Gang - couple things to share: First, we offer 18", 20", 22", 24", in factory offsets or custom offsets - so we can serve whatever suits your desires. Depending on desires, personal taste and anticipated uses cases, there is a pitch for each of the sizes we offer. Regarding the online...
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Check our 18" version, those would be for meat seekers:
  10. T Sportline

    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Got you covered, check our 24" CTM monoblock, exaclty less openness 👌🏻 here is a 24" CTM we just did for a customer last week:
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Thanks, yes every wheel we make is properly load rated for Cybertruck, and we only offer proper load rated tires - all good there. The larger the wheel and tires, the higher the price usually - so yes the 24" is not inexpensive.
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    Actually the ride feels good, no objectionable noise, more surefooted than factory 20s. Less roll for sure, and not feeling harsh, the air suspension tuning is good on CT.
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    3M Matte Metallic Slate Blue
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    First 24" Wheels for Cybertruck have launched! CT7 Forged by T Sportline

    24" has arrived, the biggest yet! Seeing this in person, the larger wheel does a great job balancing some focus off the tire sidewall and giving the truck sideview and 3/4 view a more structured and edgy look, consistent with the overall polarizing Cybertruck design language. These have the...
  15. T Sportline

    Update: Aero Wheel Cover Recall reason = making contact with tire sidewall, wearing down rubber

    right here, they are included with the wheels https://tsportline.com/collections/tesla-cybertruck-wheels-20/products/tct-20-tesla-cybertruck-wheel-set-of-4
  16. T Sportline

    DIY Vinyl Wrap & PPF Kits popping! [T Sportline]

    Satin PPF, here https://tsportline.com/blogs/custom-tesla-cybertruck-gallery/xpel-satin-ppf-cybertruck-with-ct7-18-fully-forged-lightweight-wheels
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    Matte Dark Gray (3M) - T Sportline DIY Wrap Kit

    hard to tell what is going on here, but it looks like the corner is scrapped off?
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    Matte Dark Gray (3M) - T Sportline DIY Wrap Kit

    Yes, wrap and ppf can be pulled off and re-done, not a problem. We use a heat gun to soften up the vinyl to pull it off. Our vinyl DIY kits come with a heat gun...as we use it during install too! No damage to stainless, peal it off when desired - all good!
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    Matte Dark Gray (3M) - T Sportline DIY Wrap Kit

    That's cool too! BTW, it's not ding and scratch "proof". More resistant than paint?, yes, sure. But not impossible. Just wrapped one Friday, the frunk lid front panel had two nice 'rock dings' in it from highway 'rock hits', just like a paint chip would be. The stainless in general will...


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