The Model X is staggered from the factory. There are two scenarios that lead to a Model X not being staggered:I know some Performance Model Ss have different sizes, but most Model S have the same size tires all around. I would double check to make sure your tires are different sizes.
I was looking at the options to fix a punctured tire on the road and had one question: Is it possible to plug a tire with a kit like this without jacking the X up? Ideally, if I can move around with only a tire plug kit and a portable compressor in my car that would be the best
Twitter post. Some guy said that he had to drive his friend home from somewhere bc his friend's model x got a flat and apparently was saying that only a service repair facility could fix it bc of its' weight.
Bought it never used it though. Once that stuff is injected into the tire, you will have to replace the tire. I have kept it to use in dire circumstances.Has anyone bought the Tesla sealant/compressor combo from the website? Curious if it has to be a specific type of sealant or can you just buy the stuff from auto parts stores?
I normally travel with a bike on back sometimes a boat so the hitch is not usually usable. There is a surprising amount of luggage space left in font of the tire with the second row seats up and a huge amount with the seats down.Have you considered getting a tow hitch mount that can hold your spare to free up the room? Some can pivot out of the way of the rear trunk .