The stock setup is indeed staggered (wider in rear). However you can go with a square aftermarket set up to allow rotation and potentially extending tire life some.
Omar which jack stands are you using these days? I'm considering a couple of "fancier" options but have not had experience with them.One quick data point for folks swapping their own tires. With the car in "very high" mode, you have a hair over 7" of ground clearance to work with, so make sure your jack, jack stand adaptor and Tesla lifting pad adaptor will fit within that space.
Thanks Omar, yeah that's one of the two I've been eyeing. Sadly they are a few weeks out from having stock again..
Thanks,Summer tires tend to be problematic when you get into the 40s--the issue is the tread compound starts to get hard and stops being grippy, so wet roads is not the issue, but ambient temperature is. I have done that drive a few times and I would be cautious about making that drive if the ambient temp are gong to be in that range.
Here are the sizes for your tires, maybe consider picking up some all season tires--there are a couple of options on Tire Rack (Continental and Michelin):
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Cool -- one thing to remember, if temps are heading south, the actual surface temp of the road is going to be a couple of degrees cooler than the air temp indicated by the car.Thanks,
Seems like if I’m careful I can survive the trip. Summer tires should work fine in Palm Desert. Where I’m heading. Returning in May.
After doing a lot of searches on the Internet I found this video which was pretty informative and interesting.