Scott451 mentioned that he was in the process of converting his TS-70 to J1772. I have dissasembled my TS-70 and found that your are able to ADD the J1772 instead of convert it. Note that you can use only one at a time. Steps require drilling a hole in the side of the TS-70 to accomodate the additonal cable. You can then mount the J1772 in parallel with the Tesla connector. Certain steps need to be taken: 1. You need to determine the Comm port for the Ji772. Depending on where you bought it the color will be different. Looking at the face of the J1772 connector Ohm to the lower right terminal and that is the comm line that connects to the blue wire in the TS-70. You can use a wire nut to secure now the blue wire from the TS-70 to the comm wire of the two connectors. 2. the ground lug is not big enough for a 2nd wire. You will need to install a bigger lug, or dual lug and install it. 3. The current sensor has two large #4 wires going through it. You will need to clip the tye wrap securing it and that will give just enough space to pass the additional power leads through the current sensor. 4. You will need to purchase an additional 'gromet" to secure the additional cable. Clipper creek will sell it or you can find it at a local electrical supply. I bought a hangar to secure the 2nd cable adjacent to the TS-70. Now you have a 70 amp charger that can charge either a J1772 or a Tesla connector without an adapter! I am finishing mine tomorrow, and it should work fine, but I don't have a car to test it with!!