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  1. Cintoman

    Brand New Trak Sport Snow Chains - Never Used

    For sale is a pair of Brand New Trak Sport 214 snow chains for a Tesla Model S and Performance Model 3. These are brand new and have never been used. My Father-In-Law bought these directly from Tesla for a Christmas gift for me, not realizing that I don't have the Performance Model 3 with the...
  2. Treetop235

    Charging w PlugShare or ChargePoint

    I will be driving to an office in Big Bear CA next week, it’s about a two hour drive, in below 40 temps, and some of the trio using snow chains. I drive a dual motor long range. A normal trip would leave me with 50%. And coming down uses very little power. But.ll that’s in nice warm weather...
  3. B

    19’ Snow chains needed for Model 3

    Hello, I am located in Santa Monica and am going on a last second trip to Mammoth and do not have time to order chains via the Tesla website. Is there anyone near the area that I could pay to borrow chains for today - Friday? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Brad
  4. R

    Model S Winter Wheels/Tires/Chains (Rial Lugano + Michelin X-Ice XI3 XL) - SF Bay Area

    There is snow in Tahoe! 4 Wheels + Tires + Chains Mounted and Balanced Almost new (5 trips to Tahoe). 19x8.5 Rial Lugano 245/45R-19 Michelin X-Ice XI3 XL Lugbolts (20) TPMS sensors (work without any issues on my P85D) I had those on my Model S but I now have a Model X and these do not seem to...
  5. X

    Model S Trak-Sport Chains...lost one, need one

    Any owners have a Trak-Sport set of chains they don't want or need? One of mine fell off driving in heavy snow and I couldn't retrieve it...looking for a pre-owned replacement set. Please contact me if you can help.
  6. C

    Snow Chain configuration from Tesla?

    Howdy folks, I just opened up the box of snow chains (Maggi Trak 4x4 51 LT) from Tesla and found that the configuration they shipped me does not match the configuration the Tesla website says I should use, PLUS they left out all the other configuration options... so I can't reconfigure them to...
  7. robertmhoehn

    Snow Chains Tesla Model S Trak Sport (or others) CATRASP217

    For sale is a pair of snow chains for a Tesla Model S. I bought these directly from Tesla. Let me tell you why these are great: -They are already set-up for Tesla Model S 19" wheels (also comes with parts for other setups of course). There is a bunch of fiddling around to getting them set-up -...
  8. R

    SCC Z-563 tire chains

    Tire chains (19”) Security Chain Company (SCC) Z-563 extreme performance cable tire traction chains (set of 2) $50 plus you pay shipping. These were sold by Tesla for the Model S Never used -- except to learn how to put them on.
  9. pl804

    FS: Model S - Thule / Konig K-Summit Low-Profile Snow Chain – New - $250 – Palo Alto / Redwood City

    Size K45. Fits Model S with 19” tires. Brand new, unopened. I received these as a warranty replacement set. Will include the old set as well as a backup. One piece in the old set is fully functional. The other piece has 1 broken link. If you’re good at this stuff, you might be able...
  10. pl804

    WTS: Thule K-Summit chains for Tesla 19" wheel sets – $100

    Back in '14 when I got my S with the stock 19" OEM wheel set, I looked for the best chains I could find, and landed on these K-Summits from Thule. I was willing to pay a premium for chains that would be super easy to get on and off, which was my top priority. I loved being able to get them on...
  11. B

    Snow chains for Model S with 21" turbine wheels?

    I'm planning a trip to Tahoe from the Bay Area in a couple of weeks. Have a Model S 90D with 21" turbine wheels and all-seasons tires. My understanding is that the 90D performs very well in the snow without chains, but that in California there is a legal requirement to carry chains in the car...
  12. N

    Tesla assistance for AutoSock on Model X

    With winter coming to the Pacific Northwest, I've got a few road trips planned that'll involve snowy and icy weather. On my previous SUV, I used AutoSocks and they were great--easy to put on, quiet, and great performance. My Model X has the 22" wheels (for which Tesla doesn't even offer chains)...
  13. TeslaSinHR

    SCC Super Z6 tire SZ143 chains (Seattle)

    Security Chain Company Z6 SZ 143 chains - never used. $50 Selling my Tesla so no longer needed. A must have in your car if you drive in the mountains just in case. These have never been used. Engineering for cars, pickups and SUVs that, by design, restrict or limit the use of tire chains due...
  14. R

    Rial Lugano + Michelin X-ice - what "traction device" to purchase?

    So I finally ordered my set of winter wheels & tires for my trip to Tahoe: Rial Lugano & Michelin X-Ice, 19inch - 245/45R19. Now I'm looking for "traction devices": which is basically chains or similar devices accepted by DMV/DOT. I know that in all likelihood I will not need them on my P85D...
  15. A

    Model X Snow Tires

    Wonder if there's any chance that my 19 inch winter tires would fit on my Model X. If the rolling diameter is the same, would they be OK? I really would prefer not to buy another $2500 set of winter tires and wheels for the couple of months that I would use them.
  16. L

    anyone in the bay area have snow chains for a 19" model S?

    I'm thinking about making a short trip up to Yosemite, but I'm only out in California for a couple months and as such it would be kinda wasteful (in both a money and materials sense) to buy chains - I'm up for following the law but no way in hell is this southerner going to really drive if the...
  17. ChadS

    snow chains

    As has been noted in other threads, Tesla sells snow chains for the Model S HERE. They are $89 for a pair, plus $32 shipping, plus tax. The picture clearly shows that they are SCC Z-chains, so I went to SCC’s site and looked up the size. They are Z-563. Then I searched around for the cheapest...

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