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  1. Tesla Parts for sale
    Finally upgraded to 20'' wheels and now selling my Tesla Model 3 18'' Wheels with Aero covers. Michelin Primacy MXM4 tires. Tires have about 7200 miles. Wheels and Aero Covers are in mint condition. No tire rashes or scratches. Aero covers were taken off and safely stored on Day 1 of ownership...
  2. Tesla Parts for sale
    Hello, I have a set of 4 Aero Wheels, Tires and covers for sale. The tires has about 350 miles on it. Everything perfect condition except there are small scuffs on one of the wheels. See attached pictures, I do not ship but maybe able to deliver. I am in San Francisco. Asking for $999 for all 4
  3. Model 3: Customizing & Modifications
    I made a similar Poll a while ago on another forum, but didn't have "Option D" available. Now I have a photo of it, and am curious to see what people's preferences are. This poll is really regarding the 18" Aero wheels, as the 19" performance wheel is already silver.
  4. Model 3: Maintenance & Repair
    Bought this hook/hanger from Harbor Freight for $2. It can hold all 4 caps. Called a jumbo ladder hook: https://www.harborfreight.com/jumbo-ladder-hook-47749.html https://photos.app.goo.gl/mx1vuGgAGpFcgFa1A https://photos.app.goo.gl/3hqWTYKtRkob8RAc6 Some reason I can't display the image...
  5. Model 3: Customizing & Modifications
    I noticed the 18" Aero wheels are very light for an OEM base offering. I'm currently running mine without the Aero covers but will put them on for any multi-day trips. While I haven't spent any time shopping for lighter wheels I noticed most common offerings are actually heavier than the base...
  6. Model 3: Design
    Hi all - I wanted to create a thread for people to report any data about the range benefits of the aero wheels vs the 19 inch sport wheels. This would really help many of us make configuration decisions with our M3's!
  7. Model 3: Design
    These things are now officially called "Hub Caps" Removing and Installing Hub Caps If your Model 3 is equipped with hub caps, you must remove them to access the lug nuts. To remove a hub cap, grasp it firmly and pull it toward you. To install a hub cap, align it into position and push...
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