Personally, I went with both third party mudflaps (for coverage on all 4 wheels) and the Tesla OEM PPF for the rear doors.Hey guys. Do you think its necessary to install both the mud flaps along with the PPF that Tesla? I wasn't sure if the mud flaps provided enough coverage to negate the PPF
I definitely noticed that dirt and water was getting up on the rear doors even with the Basenor flaps installed in the front -- I ended up installing ppf for the rear doors that I bought on Abstract Ocean. I think both is probably a good idea.Hey guys. Do you think its necessary to install both the mud flaps along with the PPF that Tesla? I wasn't sure if the mud flaps provided enough coverage to negate the PPF
Same, I got those too and work perfectly. easy installI ordered the BASNOR flaps from Amazon. Took me maybe 20 minutes total for all 4, including watching the 2 minutes install video.
Not sure what people mean by the need to remove a bolt. There is a nut to unthread on the underside. Came off just fine with the proper ratchet size, no issues. Went back on just fine too.
Are they the prettiest flaps? No, not really. But they do what they are supposed to.
The passenger side was no problem; the driver's side was hard and I ignorantly torqued it until the internal spot weld holding the nut snapped, and then the bolt was stuck, spinning freely. Thought I'd help others who fell into this trap.