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    CA bay area - FS MPP rear toe arms and rear camber arms Model 3/Y BNIB $720

    Thanks for the support. I reached out a week after he had posted that and he already purchased some.
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    CA bay area - FS MPP rear toe arms and rear camber arms Model 3/Y BNIB $720

    All pms replied. Thanks so far. Most everyone wants to separate. Look to sell as one for now.
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    FS: 19” Volk Racing CE28Ns Bronze Staggered for Model Y/3 in SoCal

    I like your style. Good luck on your sale.
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    CA bay area - FS MPP rear toe arms and rear camber arms Model 3/Y BNIB $720

    Not at the moment, but if that changes I will let you know. Thanks for the response.
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    CA bay area - FS MPP rear toe arms and rear camber arms Model 3/Y BNIB $720

    No shipping , local sale so it's quick. Thought I would use them but they have been sitting for over 8 months. If you are local and need to buy these anyways save on tax, shipping and a few bucks. $720 for both can meet in the bay area. Price is firm. Thanks for looking.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    Let's go camping
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    Aftermarket Brake Calipers for LR

    I got lucky and someone was selling a complete set of performance brake kit and swapped over instead. Only other thing needed was the brake shield on a LR was too small.
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    Washing -what do you use?

    I'm a carpro and igl product guy.
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    PSA-Bought the Taptes rear seat protectors back on 1/27 and still haven't arrived

    so if you need something quick, don't plan to this option. I ended up buying a second option since this took so long.
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    FS: 21' BBS LMR Wheels in 5x114.3

    Sorry to see the car parted out. I saw the air ride kit up earlier too. Hope the next build is bad ass. Glws.
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    Restored and Rare 5x114.3 20’ Volk GTCs with tires, TPMS SoCal

    Beautiful, whenever there is a thread with bad ass jdm wheels you tend to be behind the thread. Good luck on the sale.
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    pics of 19" vs 20" rims on the Y?

    Looks good to me. Clean and shiny. Keep it up.
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    pics of 19" vs 20" rims on the Y?

    Lowered on mpp coilovers. 19x10.5 with 22et in the back with 275/50/19 19x 9.5 in front with 245/45/19 No issues with curbing, and like I said it's nice having a meaty sidewall.
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    PPF + Ceramic Coat - Bay Area/North California

    Igl products are good quality items.
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    PPF + Ceramic Coat - Bay Area/North California

    Raj is good to go. I went there as well and was very happy with the work.
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    pics of 19" vs 20" rims on the Y?

    Potholes and roads are a bit harsher up here in the bay area.
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    pics of 19" vs 20" rims on the Y?

    I chose to stay19s in an effort to just find some forged lightweight options while keeping my tires as meaty as possible.
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    Yokohama Advan RSII 20x9 +40 with Tires and TPMS

    These are bad ass. That was quick. Looks so clean man.
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    275/45-19 Tires

    275 /45/19 Dws06 plus in the rears. Fronts only running 255/45/19 not squared. I do love the beefy look and ride. Super smooth.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    Running errands
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    Mountain Pass Performance Confort Coilovers for Tesla Model Y SoCal

    Cost isn't majorly greator from what I recall, about 4k for basic without the cool gear but someone else can chime in. I've always had suspension from BMW to Audis. There is something about the adversity of seeing a speedbump or driveway and maneuvering side ways. Lol, I guess I am old school...
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    Mountain Pass Performance Confort Coilovers for Tesla Model Y SoCal

    Dood, not you too. All these Y on bags. #static4life.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    For sure there is negative camber. I recent swapped to the performance brakes so gained a bit of clearance and will try a more squared tire. Most likely the conti dws06 plus. Then I can finally pull the camber straight with one mpp arms.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    It took a hit but I wasn't really counting as we were planning middle stops for the kids and dog to get out and stretch anyways. I'll see if I can record some numbers on the way back.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    No load surprisingly. But usually uy doesn't sit that low. I am thinking the uneven roads might have something to do with it. Or visual tricks.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    Road trip. Static ride.
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    Picture of your Model Y - Right Now!

    Sitting with the trees in Yosemite, no air bags.
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    Road Trip Experience + Roof Cargo Box Efficiency

    @msc777 did you feel the Thule clamps didn' "grip" the stock Yakima rails well? I love the way the box is engineered from the lock mechanism on but those clamps are supposed to cross over I believe as Thule rails are square tubes. I'm debating if it's worth going to Yakima box to better...
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    Road Trip Experience + Roof Cargo Box Efficiency

    @msc777 did you feel the Thule clamps didn't "grip" the stock Yakima rails well or securely ? I love the way the box is engineered from the lock mechanism on but those clamps are supposed to cross over I believe as Thule rails are square tubes. I'm debating if it's worth going to Yakima box...
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    Signature SV501 Forged Wheels 20x9 / 20x10.5 Model 3 - For Sale

    Nice wheels. Man for a 10.5 wide you gotta get a deep lip. Or any lip for that matter.
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    Pic of your Model Y.......RIGHT NOW!

    Damn sorry to hear
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    Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

    Oooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh thumbs up.
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    Thule Roof Cargo Box Size?

    Added a few more pics for reference.
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    Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

    Are you happier with the ride and feel with the MPP? What was on previously? It looks good.
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    Aftermarket wheels

    Don't forget the tires too. LRR tires will play a factor. The sticker the tires the less efficient.
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    Thule Roof Cargo Box Size?

    I wanted to add a picture for people for reference if they are looking at the Thule Motion XT L. The profile is a tad higher then I wanted and for 16cu versus the Motion Alpine I might considered swapping over for a more sleeker box. None of my items tend to be bulky in height, more in...
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    Aftermarket wheels

    I feel in reading all the various post, with this crowd of drivers there is not one "type" of owner who make decisions on wheels. I would say most take some level of consideration into their actions taken and what the effects will be. The reality is we are driving an EV and that has something...
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    Aftermarket wheels

    The crazy part is now discontinued, they will fetch a pretty penny and you can use that to fund your " wheel fund".
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    Aftermarket wheels

    This is my 3rd EV coming from a first Gen leaf to a volt and now a model y. I absolutely took into account the weight and made sure I got something forged and light. I learned with the leaf where I put some heavier Work wheels on and it killed my range so I went to the lightest I could find...
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    Independant Tesla shop recommendation in Northern California - Aftermarket parts install and wheel alignment

    Second Motorsport Techniques they were my goto Ice place and now have done all my Model Y mods. MPP coils, rims, alignment, steering wheel, odds and ends.
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    Why PPF?

    Just an FYI, you can. Buy a full painted bumper skin direct from Tesla for 1200. It was for a model 3 but I can't imagine a Y being that much more
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    Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

    I hate replying on a phone, you are right. Meant to say 22et. Not 12 et good catch.
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    Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

    This one is under load with baggage and a loaded roof rack heading up to Tahoe and the rears didn't rub. The other is load less.
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    Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

    Not on a 20 sorry. 19x10.5 with 12et. CE28n. Fits fine.

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