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3D Printable Ride Height Gauge

Discussion in 'Model 3: Driving Dynamics' started by Davidss2, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. Davidss2

    Davidss2 Member

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    So I made a really quick design to make measuring ride height easier on the Model 3. You just print the 2 blocks stack them on top of one another and add the numbers together. The range is from 90-130mm. Here is a link to the files to print:
    Ride Height Gauge 90-130mm For Tesla by Davidss

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  2. Tessaract

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    Nice!

    I wonder of they go high enough, though. I believe Tesla advertises stock M3LR ground clearance as 5.5", which would be 140mm. Adding a 130mm step to the "10's block would cover the range.
     
  3. Davidss2

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    Is there much of a reason to measure the height of a stock car? These are intended for people with coilovers.

    But the STL files are public so it would be easy to modify and make your own design. Or just make a 10mm spacer.
     

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