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    M3 performance tire replacement questions

    I live in south Flordia (only mention for the hot roads, not sure it matters?) have oe Pirelli pzero 235/35 20 now. Def want to switch to PS4S. Does it really matter if they are oem with foam and the ev model? Or will the regular PS4S same size be a good substitute? Does anyone have them that...
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    Pirelli Scorpion Weatheractive (new Crossclimate competitor)

    Seems as if Pirelli has launched an All-Weather competitor to the Crossclimate family. No reviews, very few posts on any forums. Only found one within the last week on a Ford Explorer ST forum which runs a 21” size. Relevant sizes for Model Y are all alternative larger sidewall sizes for stock...
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    Installing larger tire on Geminis

    I'm looking at installing tires with taller sidewalls on my Geminis for the Toronto winter months. I'm looking at getting slightly more comfortable ride. I'm looking at Michelin X-ice snows, 255 50R19. Stock OEM is 255 45R19. Does anyone know if this will cause any issues for general driving...
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    Efficiency/Range estimates swapping to 245/40/19 on M3P

    Tesla and EV noob here so appreciate any insight, this is all very new to me. I am taking delivery on a 2022 M3P in 2 weeks, but not a fan of the 20 inch Uber wheels. Debating back and forth between and 18 or 19 inch wheel swap. My personal preference is that the 235/45R18 tire is a bit beefy...
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    Switching Model 3P tires

    Looking to switch my model 3P from a 235/35R20 to a 245/40R20 in the front and l wider tire in the rear looking to see if anyone had done this and did you have any rubbing issues. Also look for all different variations of tires that will fit on rear and front of M3P.
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    Efficient tires?

    Am looking for all-season tires to complement our winter tires (so maybe 3-season tires for here in New England), and I've found a lot of great threads here on the most quiet tires, but relatively little info on which tires are more efficient (i.e. less rolling resistance -> greater range). Of...
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    M Y snow tires

    Wondering if I can use my old M3 snow tires (235/40 R19) on my new model y that came with 255/45 R19 continental m/s tires?
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    2020 Model Y Stock Continental Tires

    I bought a 6/2020 Model Y Long Range and it came with Continental ProContact tires. The tires don’t say what size they are. How do I find out what size to order them at my local tire store, and what other tires are considered compatible? Does Tesla have a list of recommended tires for me?
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    Using 245/45 R18 or 235/55 R19 tires on Model Y?

    Switching over from an E300 & a GLC300 to two (our first ever Tesla) Model Y! I have winter tires from both those cars and wondering if they can fit Model Y? It doesn’t officially match according to Tire Rack.. but wanted to hear from the community if these tires would fit the Model Y: 1. 245/45...
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    Recommended Tires 2013 Model S

    looking for suggestions on best value tire for a 2013 Model S P85, 21 inch wheels.
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    Tire noise

    Our new Tesla 3 came with Continental 19" tires. There seems to be more tire road noise than I like or have on my other car (mini van;)) that has Michelins. Does anyone have recommendation?
  12. GeoffEV

    Long Range Suspension is too hard!

    Just got back from 700 mile round trip in our new Model Y - now with 955 miles! We're in our 60s and are in great shape, but we'll only use the Y for local sorties and trips shorter than 100 miles on known to be newer-surfaced highways. Suspension is too stiff, seat cushions are too hard and...

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