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Lug Nut Covers sold by Evannex.com?

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by SarasotaModelS, Aug 15, 2015.

  1. SarasotaModelS

    SarasotaModelS 2016 85D Midnight Silver/black pano, 21s, Next Gen

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    Instead of having my current silver lug nuts powdercoated grey to match my recently powdercoated grey turbine OEM wheels, I noticed the lug nut covers sold by evannex.com as an alternative option. Any reviews on this product? Should I go with these?

    Tesla Model S Lug Nut Covers
     
  2. FLDarren

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    I bought the black lug nut covers directly from Tesla. I love them. Even though they are black, they blend in with the grey wheels. They are very snug but easily removable with a flathead screwdriver. The ones from Evannex look identical to the OEM Tesla covers. I say buy them.
     
  3. SarasotaModelS

    SarasotaModelS 2016 85D Midnight Silver/black pano, 21s, Next Gen

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    Did you buy them through a Tesla Service Center?


     
  4. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    Tesla will likely just give them to you if you ask.
     
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    Yes. $2 or $2.50 a piece
     
  6. Musterion

    Musterion 18h 03m 37s −24° 23′ 12″

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    If you prefer the stock parts, some time ago I bought and installed the actual grey Tesla lug nuts (not the black plastic covers) plus the grey wheel center caps directly from the parts desk at a Tesla Service Center, so I'd recommend checking with your center on availability. On the other hand the contrast of the silver nuts on dark wheels is a nice look too and I've seen some cars like this at service.
     

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