I just got the Tsolutions ones and installed them in the front so far. a little lower profile than the Rally Armor ones. If I didn't get these I would have gotten Rally Armor I think.
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I would also recommend the TSolutions flaps because I have them, but the EV Smart Parts flaps and Rally Armor ones were close second and third. The EV Smart Parts is well designed to protect the paint and has 3 different sizes of flaps to choose from. The Rally Armor is somewhat adjustable in how far it sticks out and the hardware is stainless steel.
All of them suck. Cheap ones are essentially single use and disintegrate when you attempt to remove them.
The ones that bolt into the liner are the worst, since the fender liner on Teslas is not securely mounted and will flap around.
The expensive ones (I have the RA ones) are not plug-n-play either, if you want them to mount securely. Those metal mounts bend easily and snow/rocks will accumulate behind them, if you don't modify them.
All of them need some PPF installed on top of paint to avoid damage.
I'd say go for a new set of cheap ebay/amazon Chinese flaps every year, making sure you protect the fenders with PPF. Those at least look good.
I meant to say EV mudflaps (evmudflaps.com) instead of EV Smart Parts in my response and can no longer edit it. Thanks blaferty.
The reason I didn't go for the Rally Armor ones was because they are very expensive and I don't like how they mount. But the TSolutions flaps and EV mud flaps by Antirouille Bolduc will not flap about our damage your paint. The Antiroille flaps are well thought out and includes PPF to place where it could rub on the paint. The TSolutions flaps bond to the fender edge with a strip of double sided tape and will also not flap about and damage paint.
As far as aesthetics, I really liked the Basenor mud flaps that I used for a year. I rubbed some soft candle wax under them so they would not scratch the paint and it worked. I took them off a year later and the wax was still under there. The flaps still looked good. If say the Tesla OEM mud flaps are the ugliest design.
I drilled extra holes and I also put weather stripping behind mine. I detail how I did it here: Thoughts about mud flaps (and their removal/re-install)Do the Basenor require drilling? I see conflicting reports on Amazon.
Do the Basenor require drilling? I see conflicting reports on Amazon.
Install was really easy. Easier than I expected actually.How has your experience been with them? Install ok?