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    set of 19" Replika 187 wheels + winter tires for sale

    I have 4 x Replika 19" R187 with Model S fitment. They have Farroad FRD79 winter tires. Looks like a new set of wheels is $800+tax. Asking $1000 for the set. Located in Waterloo.
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    FS: 2018 Model S 75D

    if this violates rules, please let me know and I can delete the thread. 2018 Model S 75D 290xx KMs All-Wheel Drive Red Multi-Coat 19" Sonic Carbon Slipstream Wheels Enhanced Autopilot Non-Performance Uncorked Acceleration Premium Upgrades Package Enhanced Autopilot Pay Per Use Supercharging...
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    Us to CAD vs Canadian Tesla vehicle prices

    Tesla is better than most vendors ... they make price changes mid year, Porsche is once a year. Give them some time to see if the dollar stays at this level and it will adjust.
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    amazingly good and bad service experience

    I have two Teslas - both Model S. If you have seen any of my posts over the years, these cars are like tanks and saved my three kids lives, so yeah, love them. Couple weeks ago, our first one (a 2015) died in my garage - Tesla support was great at getting a tow truck out to fish the car out...
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    Purchase/delivery experience for provinces without any physical locations?

    Out of curiosity, what do you guys do for service? Are there mobile techs in the general area?
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    Dispute Experience with Tesla Canada

    I've noticed the range adapts to your driving techniques. The more wh/km you use, on average, the less the rated range is over time. My car sat for awhile after an accident and the rated range changed, not the practical usable range.
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    Model X opportunity

    McFlurri - get a list of items replaced. Someone backed into my X, and the rear bumper cover had to be replaced - 3k!! I wouldnt be shocked if it was all cosmetic (bumper cover, sensors, rear light housing, etc). If it was the rear lift gate, then theres a bit more concern. But I agree - I would...
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    Buying used Tesla besides Tesla?

    I bought a car from Shift - great guys to work with.
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    Advice needed: Future-proofing my garage for home charging before finishing basement

    I would bring two 50A (4 AWG? Whatever the electrician recommends) to your garage but hookup one. The marginal cost is low, but thats how I would future proof.
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    Does Canada get all the features of 2019.40.50.1?

    I got an "upgrade failed". Bummer.
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    Wiper blade replacement in Canada

    I have a model S. For that, you take the item out of the box, you pop the bracket off and slide it onto the arm. It clicks. (You will see a notch). I dont know what the differences is for a Model 3, sorry.
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    Wiper blade replacement in Canada

    28OE and 18OE... Bosch Icon Wiper Blade | Canadian Tire
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    Wiper blade replacement in Canada

    So we bought the Bosch Icon ones from Canadian tire. Super easy to install! Seems to work really well.
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    Wiper blade replacement in Canada

    Bought some from Canadian Tire (brick and motor store). Ill try to install on the weekend.

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