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  1. Model 3: Maintenance & Repair
    I put 245/45R18 Michelin Primacy MXM4 tires on the back. I left the factory 235/45R18 tires on the front because they still had a lot of tread. At highway speed, I started getting traction control warnings (nearly continuous) and the car was dumping out of autopilot. I thought I had gotten...
  2. Model 3: Maintenance & Repair
    Did you know that your tires may have come with a factory OEM warranty from Michelin? I sure didn't, but it just saved me $400 bucks! Last Saturday I got a nail in my tire. It was a slow enough leak that I drove it to Discount tire. It was non-repairable because it was too close to the side...
  3. Model 3: Maintenance & Repair
    Elon confirmed early on in a tweet reply to Model 3 Owners Club that the prototype wheels used at the Model 3 reveal will be produced. Since then, I haven't seen anything further about the wheel design, specifically what appears to be a single, center-point attachment, similar to formula-one...
  4. Model 3: Customizing & Modifications
    Hi all, I have been running 245/40-R19 tires for a while, and wanted to compare my range specs with others to see if I'm taking a bigger hit that I thought I would. Came from 18" Aero wheels. O.E. Tire weight: 25lbs. OE wheel weight with cover: 23lbs Who else is running this size tire? Have...
  5. Model 3: Customizing & Modifications
    Anybody else excited to replace the all seasons on your aeros with something a bit grippier?? Thinking of doing a stagered setup with 265/40/18 in the rear and 235/45/18 in the front. The stock tire size looks a bit stretched on the rim so the 265 might look nice in the back, plus the bigger...
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