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Model Y

Tesla Jack Pads (Set of 4)


Getting Started

When lifting your Tesla with a car jack, if you don’t do it the right way, you can really jack up your Tesla. This is because the jack points on a Tesla are dangerously close to a very expensive battery pack. It would be like lifting an ICE car by its gas tank. Another thing to keep in mind is that damage caused by lifting is not covered by the warranty.

Video Guide

Rotating Screen Mount for Model 3/Y


Getting Started

You ever wondered if there was a way to move your Model 3/Y screen just a tad bit towards you? Well, now you can with our Screen Rotating kit. This DIY kit allows you to move up to 30 degrees to the driver side and passenger side. CNC cut and made with lightweight aerospace aluminum, this kit includes everything you need to install and keep it looking factory.

Video Guide

FAQ

Do I need to know how to wire to install the rotating screen?
No. The only connection you’ll be messing with is the screen connector and it is a quick-connect.

Mud Flaps for Model Y


Getting Started

Mud and dirt? Yeah, we don’t like that either. Add these puppies to your Model Y to create a sportier look and protect your paint from rocks, sludge, dirt, and snow.

Video Guide

FAQ

Do I have to apply pressure to ensure the mudflaps are clipped in?
Yes. The clips require a good amount of force. We recommend using one of our trip tools to leverage and push it in.